Frost holds talk on Iran


Sharon Frost of Wilmington spoke Tuesday evening at the Wilmington Public Library regarding her recent 19 days in Iran on a peace fellowship trip. She wore Iranian garb for her talk, including the traditional women’s scarf called the hijab. About 15 people attended the event, and saw a slide show featuring many beautiful mosques and the people of Iran, who treated her well, she said. She saw multiple statues of poets, and on at least one occasion a shopkeeper sang. Frost has visited 132 countries altogether.

Sharon Frost of Wilmington spoke Tuesday evening at the Wilmington Public Library regarding her recent 19 days in Iran on a peace fellowship trip. She wore Iranian garb for her talk, including the traditional women’s scarf called the hijab. About 15 people attended the event, and saw a slide show featuring many beautiful mosques and the people of Iran, who treated her well, she said. She saw multiple statues of poets, and on at least one occasion a shopkeeper sang. Frost has visited 132 countries altogether.


Gary Huffenberger | News Journal

Sharon Frost of Wilmington spoke Tuesday evening at the Wilmington Public Library regarding her recent 19 days in Iran on a peace fellowship trip. She wore Iranian garb for her talk, including the traditional women’s scarf called the hijab. About 15 people attended the event, and saw a slide show featuring many beautiful mosques and the people of Iran, who treated her well, she said. She saw multiple statues of poets, and on at least one occasion a shopkeeper sang. Frost has visited 132 countries altogether.

Sharon Frost of Wilmington spoke Tuesday evening at the Wilmington Public Library regarding her recent 19 days in Iran on a peace fellowship trip. She wore Iranian garb for her talk, including the traditional women’s scarf called the hijab. About 15 people attended the event, and saw a slide show featuring many beautiful mosques and the people of Iran, who treated her well, she said. She saw multiple statues of poets, and on at least one occasion a shopkeeper sang. Frost has visited 132 countries altogether.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2018/06/web1_speaker_p-1.jpgSharon Frost of Wilmington spoke Tuesday evening at the Wilmington Public Library regarding her recent 19 days in Iran on a peace fellowship trip. She wore Iranian garb for her talk, including the traditional women’s scarf called the hijab. About 15 people attended the event, and saw a slide show featuring many beautiful mosques and the people of Iran, who treated her well, she said. She saw multiple statues of poets, and on at least one occasion a shopkeeper sang. Frost has visited 132 countries altogether. Gary Huffenberger | News Journal