Sunday, January 27, 2019

Chula Vista Genealogical Society Program on 30 January Features Annette Hubbell

Wednesday, 30 January 2019, 12 noon
Annette Hubbell on “Women Warriors, Part 2”
at Chula Vista Civic Center Branch Library (365 F Street) 
in Auditorium

We are very pleased to have author and actor Annette Hubbell back with us for another exciting one-woman performance. This will be Annette’s fourth appearance with us! First it was as Hattie Elizabeth Turner in Witness to Gettysburg, then as Eleanor Roosevelt in Tea with Mrs. Roosevelt, and then, in a production of Women Warriors, we saw her bring to life Corrie ten Boom, Mary McLeod Bethune, Sojourner Truth and Harriet Beecher Stowe!

As genealogists, we look for the stories of our ancestors, for that is one of the ways we are led to others. Annette is back for another look at four extraordinary women: Elizabeth Fry, Amy Carmichael, Anne Bradstreet, and Gladys Aylward.

These true stories were adapted from her book, Eternity in the Rearview Mirror: How Simple Faith Changes Everything—Seventeen Extraordinary Lives. It’s only been out for a couple of weeks—we’ll be among the first to get a glimpse of it! It is available on Amazon for $17.99, or you can buy it from her for $15, and she will be happy to sign them.

In 2007 Annette Hubbell formed a production company to present historical characters in theatrical drama settings. In 2017, she became a published author with A Spoonful of Grace: Mealtime Blessings in Bite-sized Pieces.  

A San Diego native, Annette has a business degree from SDSU, an MBA from CSUSM, and a Certificate in Apologetics from Biola University. Visit her website at


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