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First Steps to the White House - The Kennedys in Brookline, Massachusetts
As a boy, JFK’s parents never expected he would grow up to be president. Yet in his birthplace home he learned values that inspired a life in public service. His mother, Rose Kennedy, recreated her family’s first home to share her memories of those early years with visitors to the house where they commemorate not only his early life, but the ideas and principles he left behind. Join Jason Atsales, Lead Park Ranger at John Fitzgerald Kennedy National Historic Site for this peek into President Kennedy’s early years.

Dec 10, 2020 05:30 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Jason Atsales
Lead Park Ranger, Education and Volunteer Coordinator @John Fitzgerald Kennedy National Historic Site
Jason Atsales is the Lead Park Ranger at John Fitzgerald Kennedy National Historic Site, a unit of the National Park Service. He has been affiliated with the site since 2013 and serves as the Education Coordinator, Volunteer Coordinator, and oversees the park's website and social media platforms. Jason enjoys sharing his knowledge with the public and helping each visitor find their own meaningful connections to the site and its history.