imagesStephen “Pista” Nasser will detail his survival of the Auschwitz concentration camp when he was 13 years old. Nasser will share his story of the “terrible ordeal” he and his brother, Andris, endured. “His story is painstakingly unembellished so that we will know what really happened … and that if you have enough love, determination, and will power there is always a better tomorrow,” according to his website. The community is invited to hear Nasser’s story from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Wednesday, Feb. 18 at one of Mohave Community College’s campuses. Nasser will be delivering his story from Building 200 on the Neal Campus-Kingman at 1971 Jagerson Ave. His presentation will be broadcast live to Building 500 on the Bullhead City campus at 3400 Highway 95, to Building 500 on the Lake Havasu City campus at 1977 Acoma Blvd., West, and to Building 300 on the North Mohave campus at 480 S. Central Ave. The Chi Sigma Christian Student Association and the Student Activities Council on the Neal Campus-Kingman are organizing the event. For more information, contact Chi Sigma Christian Student Association advisor Clark Brown at (928) 692-3033 or cbrown@mohave.edu. For more information about Nasser, go to: https://mybrothersvoice.wordpress.com/.

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