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Sir Winston Churchill’s Legacy Continues

posted Feb 9, 2012, 2:17 PM by Crissy Nolen
There are more books written about the Christians’ Jesus Christ than any other person on earth and Sir Winston actually is running a close second. .

And now, Sir Winston Churchill’s great-grandson, Jonathan Churchill Sandys, will be speaking in Historic Downtown Richmond, Masonic Lodge, Richmond, Texas, February 11, 2012, 7:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m., and for History buffs, this is one event you do not want to miss.

Churchill, prime minister of England during World War II, worked with President Roosevelt to insure the safety of America and England, and together they won the war. However, it was Churchill’s leadership that kept England from falling under the rule of Germany.


“My great grandfather was a brilliant man. His leadership skills, his quotes, his service to his country continue to be a hot topic even today. Most any time you turn on the television, you will hear someone quoting my great-grandfather.  But what a lot of people do not know, is that he had a wicked sense of humor and was also an artist,” said, Jonathan Churchill Sandy, Churchill’s great grandson.

Jonathan Sandys, is very much described in a recent news article as a chip off the old block, and he looks very much like the young Winston. 

In his talk, February 11, in downtown Richmond, Sandys will be relating some of Churchill’s wit and telling all those little known facts that only family knows about a man who fills history books around the world.

Sandys talk will be filled with wit and humor as he reveals many of those little secrets that only family knows, about a man who fills history books around the world. He will also speak on the leadership skills that helped make Churchill the world hero he was and remains. 

Space is limited, so mark your calendars now and be sure to arrive early, open to the public, and donations of any amount will be taken at the door.

So arrive early, have dinner at Sandy McGees or Italian Maid Cafe, and walk across the street to hear Jonathan Churchill Sandys.

For more information, please visit www.historicrichmond.org call 832.752.9645. Masonic Lodge is located on Morton Street, off 90A, one block north of the Richmond Court House, across from Joseph's Furniture and Gifts, 211 Morton Street Richmond, TX 77469,  (281) 342-1234.

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Crissy Nolen,
Feb 9, 2012, 2:17 PM
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