Rebecca Alexander book “Not Fade Away: A Memoir of Senses Lost and Found”
October 19, 2014
Jewish Community Center of Northern Virginia
8900 Little River Turnpike • Fairfax, VA 22031
Rebecca Alexander visits JCCNV on Sunday, October 19. Thirty-five-year-old Rebecca Alexander is a psychotherapist, a spin instructor, a volunteer, and an athlete. She is also almost completely blind, with significantly deteriorated hearing. Her first book, Not Fade Away, is a deeply moving exploration of the obstacles we all face—physical, psychological, and philosophical. Her brother, NBC reporter Peter Alexander, recently did a story about his sister on The Today Show.
This event is in partnership with the JCCNV’s Special Needs Department and Special Needs Book Club.
Jessica Tischler will arrange for an ASL interpreter if there is a request. Contact Jessica at Jessica.Tischler@jccnv.org
Books are now available for sale at the JCCNV front desk.
Not Fade Away: $27.00 + 1.62 (6% sales tax) = $28.62. Book signing following event.
Buy a book at the JCCNV by 4pm on October 15 and receive TWO complimentary admissions to the October 19 event with Rebecca.
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