Eisenhower, A Five Star American
This two hour ranger guided program for grades 5 - 8 acquaints students with the man behind the legend. Students will examine Eisenhower's early years in Abilene, at West Point and in the military. They will identify the values and characteristics important in developing his leadership skills and learn how he employed those skills as president.
Call 717-338-9114 Ext. 4411 (or fill out the registration form below) for reservations. Eisenhower, A Five Star American is two hours in length and may be scheduled for 9:30 a.m. or 12:30 p.m. Programs are offered from April through May and again in the Fall from mid-September to the end of October.
Did You Know?
President Eisenhower considered the establishment of the Interstate Highway system to be one of his proudest accomplishments. He had advocated the building of an interstate system ever since spending two months driving coast to coast in a US Army truck convoy in 1919.