Delbert Goering, a retired public school educator of 36 years, will present “Black Kettle and Other Indian Tales” at the Learning in Retirement Program Thursday, March 18.
The session will begin at 10:10 a.m. in the Wohlgemuth Music Education Center at Tabor College.
Goering, a Moundridge native, has unearthed surprising facts about central Kansas and will use a slide show to present a narrative about
Black Kettle, a Cheyenne Indian chief whose tribe originated in South Dakota. Black Kettle led the Cheyenne through various states, including setting up camp north of Moundridge.
Goering is a graduate of Bethel College and has a master’s degree from Emporia State Teacher’s College. He is an active member of Eden Mennonite Church.
Older adults are invited to attend. Enrollment is $15 per person a semester, $28 per couple or $4 a session. In an effort to encourage participation, first-time visitors will be admitted free of charge.
Registration and discount lunch cards will be available at the door.
For more information, contact Connie Isaac, coordinator, at 947-5964.