The Freedom Gallery is a series of twenty-three (23) beautiful, historic paintings and replicas of founding documents telling the story of America's Freedom. Roots of Freedom also offers an educational kit for teachers to use in instructing students about the documents and pictures in the Freedom Gallery.
Consisting of three sections, the gallery chronicles the events and painful process of America’s freedom. Section One documents our Founding Fathers’ desire to separate from Great Britain. Section Two takes us through the triumphant days of the American Revolutionary War. Finally, Section Three explores the process of becoming a free people through multiple failures and ultimate successes.
The Exchange Club of Omaha dedicates a Freedom Gallery to
Bloomfield Forum Senior Living
On July 1, 2015, due to a generous donation by former member Ed Moore in celebration of his 90th birthday, The Exchange Club of Omaha was proud to dedicate a Freedom Gallery to Bloomfield Forum Senior Living. A complete program, including a special guest speaker (our own "Relentless Warrior"
Dennis Pavlik), and a delicious barbeque lunch were followed by viewing and pictures.
Concordia Junior/Senior High is Recipient of Freedom Gallery
Tuesday, February 18, 2014 the Exchange Club of Omaha presented a Freedom Gallery to Concordia Junior/Senior High School during a program at an all-school assembly.
Lee Hanke, Exchange Club Vice President, presents the Freedom Gallery Plaque to
Ron Cooksey, Director of Concordia School
Concordia Singers perform at the all-school assembly
Ron Cooksey, Director of Concordia School, describes how the Freedom Galley will
be utilized by students and faculty
Freedom Gallery To Girls and Boys Town
Father Boes and Lee Handke display the Freedom Gallery dedication plaque
The Omaha Exchange Club presented a Freedom Gallery to Girls and Boys Town on Tuesday, April 17, 2007. The presentation was made at an all-high school assembly to Father Steven Boes, Girls and Boys Town Executive Director. Tom Helligso, President of the Exchange Club’s Heartland District and Lee Handke, President of the Exchange Club’s Omaha Chapter presented a plaque dedicating the Gallery.
The Freedom Gallery is displayed in the Girls and Boys Town High School main floor near the library.
“We appreciate all the Exchange Club does to promote patriotism,” said Father Boes, during the assembly. “On behalf of all our youth and all who will see the Freedom Gallery, we say thank you.”
“This helps our students learn, appreciate and carry on all our Founding Fathers have provided for us,” Robert Gehringer, Ph.D, Principal and Superintendent of Girls and Boys Town Schools said.
“This Freedom Gallery is the first in the nation purchased through the National Exchange Club,” said Helligso “This presents a great opportunity to do something for Girls and Boys Town.”
Exchangites provide flags to Girls and Boys Town students and view the Gallery