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5400 Club for January

Jan. 1 – Happy New Year: No Program

Jan. 8 –  Todd Scall-Vess, Technical Director, Weinstein JCC, “The Life and Times of Houdini – Superstar and The Myth.”

Jan. 15 – Mark Oppenheimer, author. “Squirrel Hill: The Tree Of Life Shooting and The Soul of A Neighborhood.” Those who attend will receive a free copy of the book. This is a pre-recorded program.

Jan. 22 – Greta Harris, CEO of the Better Housing Coalition and Anne Hurt, Director of Fund Development, ““Beyond Four Walls: The Social and Economic Benefits of Affordable Housing in Greater Richmond.”

Jan. 29 Enrich For Life Dr. Jennifer Penberthy, Professor of Research in Psychiatric Medicine, and Maggie Guggenheimer, M.A., UVA Division of Perceptual Studies. “Consciousness beyond Death? UVA Division of Perceptual Studies (DOPS).” They will introduce the Division of Perceptual Studies, which is part of the UVA Department of Psychiatry & Neurobehavioral Sciences. DOPS has over 50 years of experience in researching the science of consciousness and exploring the possibilities of consciousness existing beyond the bounds of our physical body.

Lunch at 11:45, Speaker program at 12:30 pm. Free for the community but RSVP is a must to Shari Menlowe-Barck, 804-545-8611 or


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