Wednesday, April 9
World Wide Wednesday: Dr. Michael Dulick on Honduras
Free, all ages, 6:30 p.m.
Attendance: 11 people
After first visiting the Central American country of Honduras in his training for the Jesuit priesthood, Dr. Dulick fell in love with the land, its people and its way of life. He's visited 22 more times, often taking along one of the students in his higher-level Spanish classes from Parkway North High School; in fact, Dulick's vivid descriptions, photographs and stories of his many friends there have made Honduras and its people an adopted cause of Parkway students, who have raised money and sent along toys and clothing over the years. This year, Dulick retires after many years of teaching at Parkway, and guess where he's retiring? He'll show us photographs of his new home in Honduras, along with sharing tales of life in this relatively poor land, often prey to the vagaries of politics, weather (remember Hurricane Mitch?) and other forces.