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Holocaust survivor to speak at LSSU

Irene Miller will tell her story in September


Holocaust survivor, author, and speaker Irene Miller is scheduled to speak at Lake Superior State University Arts Center Monday, September 12 at 7 p.m. and Tuesday, September 13 at 10 a.m.

Ms. Miller will be speaking about her survival journey and how it has impacted her life and outlook on society and the world; she promotes tolerance, and diversity.

The public is invited to hear Ms. Miller’s presentation. Students from across the EUPISD will attend Ms. Miller’s presentation. This event is a joint effort between several community agencies and organizations.

Natalie Nowak, Adult Programming and Marketing Coordinator at Bayliss Public Library, is overseeing the project. LSSU librarians Alexandra VanDoren and Jane DeLong took part in the original planning of this event as well.

Ms. Miller’s visit is sponsored by the Chippewa County Community Foundation, the Rotary Club of Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan, the Chippewa County Sunrise Rotary, with additional support from the LSSU Arts Center and the EUPISD.
Ms. Miller’s book, "Into No Man’s Land," will be available for purchase at the event. Should you prefer to read her story beforehand, the book is available for purchase on her website:

Ms. Miller’s presentations will be free for the public and for the students. Should you have any questions, contact Natalie at the library at 906-632-9331.

Bayliss Public Library’s mission is to provide materials and services to fulfill educational, informational, cultural, and recreational needs of the community.

The library is located at 541 Library Drive in Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan, 49783.