Marla Letizia discusses how she became president of Congregation Ner Tamid after being part of the board of the Meadows School. She also talks about growing up in Las Vegas and going to the Sahara to see performers.
Phyllis Friedman discusses the local productions of "The Laramie Project" play performed at area high schools. She talks about the different reactions from the community to the production, and the involvement of the Anti-Defamation League (ADL).
In this clip, Andy Katz discusses the programs at Manpower, an employment agency franchise that his parents established in Las Vegas in the 1960s, and still exists today. Katz became involved at an early age, and talks about employment opportunities he had growing up.
In this audio clip, Iris and David speak about going to shows at the hotels in Las Vegas in the 1960s through the 1990s. David Torjman was the Hebrew School teacher at Temple Beth Sholom and taught the children and grandchildren of many hotel owners and operators. They speak about their wedding reception during which Sasha Semenoff played.