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Talk: Community outreach missions to Guatemala

Jun 17, 2020
Photo by: Sue Micholvitz Sue Micholvitz will discuss her experience with community outreach missions to Guatemala in an online presentation July 2. The slide show presentation is sponsored by Camden Public Library.

Camden — Camden Public Library will host Sue Micholvitz Thursday, July 2, at 6 p.m. for an online presentation entitled, “It Takes a Village to Build a Community: The Guatemala Experience.” The program will be presented via the Zoom platform and will illuminate her travels with a pictorial slideshow. Email jpierce@librarycamden.org to request a link to attend.

From her perspectives as a photographer and physical therapist, Michlovitz will discuss what she has learned from her participation in nine medical and community outreach missions to Guatemala from 2007 to 2018. The joys and challenges of her experiences will be shared.

Michlovitz is presently an Master of Fine Arts candidate in Media Arts at Maine Media College. Her work is in photography and book arts. Prior to entering the MFA program, she spent a 45-year career as a physical therapist including teaching masters and doctoral students, delivering clinical care, and participating in research. She is an adjunct associate professor in the Department of Rehabilitation and Regenerative Medicine program in Physical Therapy at Columbia University. Michlovitz has served as a volunteer with Guatemala Healing Hands Foundation for medical and community outreach trips to Guatemala.

For more information, visit librarycamden.org.

From her perspectives as a photographer and physical therapist, Sue Michlovitz will discuss what she has learned from her medical and community outreach missions to Guatemala July 2, in an online presentation by Camden Public Library. (Photo by: Sue Michlovitz)
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