This trip provided an exposure to a wide range of subject matter, from genealogy to Shakespeare. The location, the mid-size Shenandoah Valley town of Staunton, offered great opportunities for use of the free time provided. As with most all Road Scholar program the group makeup was manageable in size and high in quality. It was great to see a couple of people with whom we had shared other RS programs. Given the wide range of subjects covered during this program it is natural that there would be a couple that lack a personal interest. The highlight was an evening at the Black Friars playhouse adjacent to the hotel in which the program was conducted. The hotel, The Stonewall Jackson Hotel, was well equipped and the rooms provided quite adequate. The room in which the program was conducted was adequate in size, without any distractions from surrounding activities. This was our second Chautauqua style program and it exceeded the result of the first one. Staunton is a wonderful location. The program leaders were well equipped to handle any situation that might have arisen. The program flowed well and left us with an educated mind and satisfied our thirst for knowledge.