10th Mountain Division Educational Program: Who Has 10th Information and Where? 

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History, Older Adults
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Program Description

Event Details

A virtual presentation of "Climb to Glory" in February 2021 was very well received by the 10th Mountain Division Community and friends and many participants asked for similar presentations. As Covid restrictions linger, the 10th Mountain Division Descendant's organization will present another virtual educational program: Who Has 10th Information and Where?

Join representatives of the 10th Mountain Division Resource Center, with guest museum and heritage groups, as all describe current research, discuss developing projects and explore new ideas to tell the stories that define the legacy of our WWII 10th Mountain Soldiers. You will have the opportunity to ask follow-up questions and learn how to access these important resources.

Featured presenters are:

  • Keli Schmid, Special Collections Librarian, 10th Mountain Division Resource Center at Denver Public Library
  • Chris Juergens, Anschutz Assistant Curator of Military History and Heritage, 10th Mountain Division Resource Center at History Colorado
  • Sepp Scanlin, Museum Director, 10th Mountain Division and Fort Drum Museum
  • Dana Mathios, Curator and Director of Collections, Colorado Snowsports Museum and Hall of Fame
  • Flint Whitlock, Military Historian, Noted Author, 10th Living History Display Group, and Docent at the Broomfield Veteran's Memorial Museum

The Program will consist of presentations and discussion followed by Q&A (~ 60 minutes)

  • Registrants can engage by entering questions through the Chat Room.
  • The link will go live around 6:15 with the event (hosted by Keli Schmid) starting at 6:30 p.m. MST.

For More information about the 10th Mountain Division Descendants, Inc. go to: 10thmtndivdesc.org.

Register below and learn what information exists, where to find it and who to contact.

Event Contact: Keli Schmid, kschmid@denverlibrary.org

To request a sign language interpreter or real time captioning via CART Services, please contact SignLanguageServices@denvergov.org or call 720-913-8487, with a minimum three (3) business day notice. To request other accommodations, please contact programs@denverlibrary.org.

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