Watergates Forgotten Hero
Price for Members: $0
Price for Non-Members: $10
Date/Time: Monday, September 26th 1:00-2:30pm
Instructor: Adam Henig, Author, Lecturer
Location: In-Person Concord Campus
Nearly everyone who played a significant role in the Watergate saga has been scrutinized except one key participant: night watchman Frank Wills. On the morning of June 17, 1972, in Washington D.C, Wills, a twenty-four-year-old security guard, was on duty at the Watergate Office Building when he detected a break-in and reported it to the police. The botched burglary ignited a national political scandal, resulting in the resignation of President Richard Nixon. The only African American identified with the Watergate affair, Frank Wills enjoyed a brief moment in the limelight, but was unable to cope with his newfound fame, living the remainder of his life in obscurity and poverty. Through exhaustive research and numerous interviews, the story of America’s most famous night watchman finally has been told. (IN-PERSON)
A new lunch and learn series, enjoy your lunch and learn with OLLI.
Adam Henig, Author, Lecturer
Start time: 01:00 p.m.
End time: 02:30 p.m.
Venue: Concord Campus