David Frohman, President of Peachstate Historical Consulting, Inc., hosts astronaut Buzz Aldrin in Atlanta to flight-certify his Apollo 11 "Lunar Communion Bag" and attend fund-raising events
January 27, 1999
David Frohman, President of Peachstate Historical Consulting, Inc., hosted a dinner this evening in Atlanta for astronaut Buzz Aldrin, Coca Cola philanthropists John and Nancy Woodruff, David Gump of "LunarCorp", and Kay Davis, Executive Director of Atlanta's "Fernbank Science Center".
Frohman has been campaigning to help raise money to firmly endow "ShareSpace", which is Buzz Aldrin's visionary new "Citizen Explorer" foundation dedicated to making space travel accessible to the public.
After the dinner, Aldrin officially completed his personal flight-certification of the actual "Lunar Module PPK Bag" which carried his Communion chalice, wine, and wafer to landfall on the Moon. The chalice was then used in the first worship service ever held by Man to God on another world. Because of the bag's profound historical and religious significance, Frohman has since "christened" it "The Lunar Communion Bag".
The following day, Frohman took Aldrin on a private tour of the Atlanta Fernbank Science Center, during which he had Aldrin delight a group of sixth-grade science students by unexpectedly appearing in their science class. Buzz Aldrin then enthralled the students as he took questions and answers for nearly thirty minutes, while leaving them with memories that will last a lifetime.