Holocaust documentary featuring resident to screen on Riderwood TV

By Almeda Girod Resident Writer Peter Feigl’s wife, “Lennie” (Leonie), called him the “Brad Pitt of Holocaust history” since he has been featured in four books, three documentaries, and a movie. His journey began in 1929 in Berlin, Germany, as a “spoiled only child” in a secular upper-middle-class family. His father, an Austrian graduate mechanical…

Lions Club finds many ways to help out

By Almeda Girod Resident Writer The Riderwood Lions Club maintains the tradition of opening their meetings with a salute to the flag, prayer, and a patriotic song. The Lions Club is a worldwide organization began in Chicago in 1917 by a businessman, Melvin Jones, to encourage others to give back to their communities. Lions Club…

Resident reflects on sharing name with famous Hollywood starlet

By Almeda Girod Resident Writer After two months of dating Pete Reynolds, Debbie Raub commented to her mother “If I marry this guy, I’ll be Debbie Reynolds.” She married Pete in 1971 and says, “That is when this quiet little introvert became a not-so-quiet extrovert. Now I was a movie star!” Debbie grew up in…