Here’s a quiz: What island did National Geographic name as the best in the world? Or the National Park Service called the best historic example of a New England fishing village? It’s a whale of a tale we have in store! Join us for the next Virtual Travel Party as we come ashore on Nantucket. Our island tour, includes a haunted house and a conversation with a direct descendant of one of the founding families.
Hope to see you again on Friday, August 28, at 5:30 PM.
Pat Williams grew up in Costa Rica, then returned to Chicago and earned her master’s degree at Northwestern University. Pat owned a travel agency specializing in adventure trips. She did extensive course work in Spiritual Awareness with Shirley St. Michael, credentialed by the Mindfulness Training Institute. Pat was called to help elders, and founded GraceFul Care. Her first book, Say The Right Thing, is a guide to working with seniors. She and David, a psychologist, have a daughter Erin, a bioethicist and attorney.
Eileen Curtis holds a master’s degree from Catholic University. She served as Director of Music and Cultural Affairs for Washington’s classical music station for twenty years. In her second career she served as President and CEO of the Dulles Regional Chamber of Commerce. Her first book, Chamber Tales, depicts her 25 years of leadership and chamber history. She is married to patent attorney Marshall Curtis, and they have 3 daughters. Eileen just established a memoir-writing service: The Forever Gift: My Pen, Your Story.