Kerem Shalom will be holding a Shabbat service on Friday April 17th at 7:30PM commemorating Yom Ha Shoah, the Annual Day of Remembrance for those who perished in the Holocaust
Guest speakers will include:
Anna Gerut, a Holocaust Survivor who will speak about her experiences in the Aushwitz Concentration Camp and Peter Oettinger, a Concord resident who spent his childhood in continual flight from Nazi perpetrators.
There will be a tribute to and remembrance of the late Carola Domar by her daughters. Carola was a survivor who was a member of the Kerem Shalom Community known for her extensive charitable work in the greater Concord Community. Ms Domar participated in a Dialogue Group in Berlin where she was awarded her High School Diploma, which had been withheld, due to her status as a Jew. Martina Emme, who was responsible for arranging this special event for Carola, will speak from the German side.
Lexington resident Daniel Weinstein will share his Bar Mitzvah experience in which he “twinned” with a cousin who had perished in a concentration camp before the age of thirteen. Kerem Shalom member, Rachmiel Langer, will speak of partisan, Chana Senesh.
Music will be presented by Rosalie Gerut
The event is open to the greater community
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