By Sharon Wisch-Ray
I would like to think that I am the world’s biggest Rangers’ fan. My passion is no match, however for the Cohen clan.
If you happened to be watching NBCDFW 5 news on Opening Day, you might have seen former ourtowner Shirley Cohen, 88, attending her 42nd consecutive Texas Rangers opener. Shirley and her family, are longtime season ticket holders and arguably the world’s biggest Rangers fans.
“I’m hoping for the best. I have a stack of rally flags like this,” Shirley told NBCDFW’s Scott Gordon, gesturing with her hands. “And I’m not throwing them away until we win the World Series,” she quipped! You can still catch Shirley’s clip online at http://www.nbcdfw.com/blogs/red-fever/Rangers-Lose-to-Phillies-on-Opening-Day-253278411.html.
TCU Hillel to host Holocaust Museum, speaker April 7-8
The TCU Chapter of Hillel, the Jewish student organization, will present a Holocaust Museum from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. Monday, April 7 and Tuesday, April 8 in the Ballroom of the Brown Lupton University Union
Magie Furst will speak about her personal experience as a child in the Kindertransport at 7 p.m., Tuesday, April 8 in the Ballroom. Kindertransport was the program that rescued more than 10,000 European children by transporting them to Great Britain before the outbreak of WW II. There is no charge for either the museum or Mrs. Furst’s presentation and the public is welcome.
Visitor parking is available on Stadium Drive across the street from the University Union. Contact Arnold Barkman, at email@example.com or 817-257-7553 for questions.