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Kreider to repeat February program at Kauffman Museum

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NORTH NEWTON, KAN. -- By popular demand, Robert Kreider will repeat the program "Hope Amidst Devastation: Images from the End of World War II" at 3:30 p.m. on Sunday, May 15, at Kauffman Museum. Admission to the program is free and open to the public. Kreider was the first Mennonite Central Committee volunteer assigned as a relief worker in Germany after World War II. His audio/visual program, first given Feb. 27 as part of the Kauffman Museum Sunday Afternoon at the Museum lecture series, is associated with the special exhibition "The Art of Sharing, The Sharing of Art: Responses to Mennonite Relief in Postwar Germany," on display at the museum through May 29.

Kauffman Museum is located at the corner of 27th and Main Streets.

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