June 2019 Breakfast Forum Schedule

June 2

What Does it Mean to Be a People of Beauty? – Cari Poole, Presenter

Please join us for a small group themed discussion on what does it mean to be a people of beauty.


June 9

The Human Cost of America’s Drone War – Beth Taylor, Presenter

Join us for a screening and discussion of “Nation Bird”, a documentary by Sonia Kennebeck. This 30 min. version of the film follows the dramatic journey of two whistleblowers that are determined to break the silence about America’s drone war. Plagued by guilt over participating in the killing of faceless people in foreign countries, they decide to speak out publicly, despite possible consequences.


June 16

Classical Music with Diane Wittry – presenter, Diane Wittry, Music Dir. & Conductor of Allentown Symphony Orchestra

Diane will be discussing current events pertaining to her performances, her musical involvements and the Allentown Symphony Orchestra


June 23

Nature, Mental Processes and Meta Physics – Warren Wagner, Presenter

Warren will examine the relationship between mental experiences and the material world in the structuring of reality systems.


June 30

Julie Brooks Memoir: “Uncertain Survival”

In her recently published memoir, Julie evokes the horrors of the Second World War as seen from a young child of six, when Russian troops advanced on her home.That terror became nearly unbearable when she learned that her mother was determined to kill her family rather than have them fall into Russian hands. Although told from her perspective as an adult, “Uncertain Survival” depicts the ensuing calamities through the eyes of a child undergoing the experience.



If you are interested in leading a discussion or for more information, please contact Cari Poole or anyone of our Breakfast Forum volunteers, Frank Stone, Fred Bomberger, John Kennedy and Dan Poresky.  If you would like to be added or removed from the Breakfast Forum email list, please email your request to Cari Poole.