Enhancing Classroom Learning and Sharing Local History! | “The Splash LIVE” – February 1, 2024

The West Bloomfield Educational Foundation puts its cards on the table to support the kids, the Zekelman Holocaust Center unveils a major upgrade and we recognize 50 years of the Greater West Bloomfield Historical Society!

On today’s episode, West Bloomfield Educational Foundation Chairperson Cristina Elsen previews their annual “Casino Night” fundraiser, and talks about the many ways that the foundation supports our educators, students and classroom environments all year round!

Additionally, Zekelman Holocaust Center Director of Curatorial Services Mark Mulder joins the show to promote the Holocaust Center’s brand-new exhibit space, with technological advances for a more interactive experience and a new focus on preserving the stories of Michigan’s survivors for generations to come.

Also, Anna Smith from the Greater West Bloomfield Historical Society explains why you should get involved in preserving and celebrating our local history, and we unveil the full video of their recent celebration event and annual meeting, now on-demand on Civic Center TV!

Plus, the Class of 2037 prepares to enter Bloomfield Hills Schools, while a longtime principal calls it a career after an exemplary two decades of service at Lone Pine Elementary!

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