The Washington Memorial Heritage To Host Historical Holiday Celebration!

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VALLEY FORGE, PA — The Washington Memorial Heritage and Indispensable Leadership (LLC) are excited to announce their “Historical Holiday Celebration” featuring world-renowned George Washington Interpreter Brian Hilton on Thursday, December 8 at 6 PM at the Washington Memorial Chapel.

As the culmination to their year-long “Lead Like George” leadership series, this special evening will give audiences the opportunity to “meet” Washington and learn about his role, up to and during the Constitutional Convention, as he is interviewed by Indispensable Leadership’s David Cross. Attendees will also discover how Washington’s leadership style changed throughout the years and how his relationships with his contemporaries, helped pave his way to the Presidency. James Madison Interpreter Kyle Jenks will also join the discussion to provide his insight into Washington’s rise to becoming of one the greatest leaders of our nation.

This engaging and highly-insightful event will not only weave together all of the teachings from the past 11 leadership sessions but it will also provide insight into how to translate Washington’s leadership into today’s modern society.

Immediately following the discussion, guests are invited to chat with Washington and Madison while they enjoy complimentary wine and cheese.

Hilton, who has been portraying Washington for nearly 25 years, is the pre-eminent George Washington interpreter in the country. He has appeared at many illustrious events including three Road Scholar Events this past summer in Washington, D.C.; several George Washington Birthday Parades in Alexandria, VA; and The Center For Education Reform.

The “Historical Holiday Celebration” is open to the public and tickets are $20 per person per session; students with proof of student status will be admitted free. Pay at the door or register to attend at

Washington Memorial Chapel is located at Rt. 23 Valley Forge Park, Valley Forge, PA.

To learn more about the Washington Memorial Chapel, visit and to learn about the restoration campaign.

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