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The 2014 Sara I. and Albert G. Reuben Educational Series
The Reuben Educational Series is a legacy of Sara I. Reuben, an immigrant from Belarus, and Albert G. Reuben, a first-generation American whose family also came from Eastern Europe. Longtime Indianapolis residents, Mr. and Mrs. Reuben were an example of how immigrants truly enrich and give back to the community.
Join in these FREE monthly educational sessions to learn more about topics relevant to many immigrants and refugees. Spanish interpreters available.
VIETNAMESE BUDDHIST CULTURE AND RESOURCES FOR FAMILIES OF CHILDREN WITH SPECIAL NEEDS
Wednesday, June 25, 2014
5:30 to 8:00 p.m.
An-Lac Temple | 5249 East 30th Street | Indianapolis, IN 46218
A great opportunity to visit our local Buddhist Temple to learn about Buddhism! You will experience a simple Vietnamese meal (complimentary), a short presentation on Buddhism and Vietnamese culture, and a tour of the Temple's gardens and explanation of statues.
At 6:45, professionals from About Special Kids (ASK) and Family Voices Indiana will present resources on helping families of children with special needs.
Free and open to the public. For more information, please contact Patricia Alonso at 317-223-0934 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Part of our Reuben Educational Series, a legacy of Sara I. and Albert G. Reuben whose families came to America from Eastern Europe in the early 20th century. Longtime Indianapolis residents, Mr. and Mrs. Reuben are an example of how immigrants truly enrich and give back to our community.