"It was cool to have a chance to listen to a real person speak about what he went through during the Holocaust. He was the most credible source that we could have. I learned a lot more through his pictures and stories." ~ Boys Latin Charter School student

53rd Annual Anniversary Banquet and Auction

Annual Anniversary Banquet and Auction
Saturday November 8, 2014
Philmont Country Club
301 Tomlinson Rd Huntingdon Valley, PA 19006

When Yaakov Riz died in 1985, Sheila and her team soldiered on, continuing his mission. But, truth be told while we continued to do good work and attract others to our cause, we were always searching for the person who could take us to the next level.

It took over 20 years, but it was worth the wait. When we found Carol Honigman and recruited her to our organization we began our meteoric rise to where we are today. Her professional marketing skills were what we needed to transform a well intentioned group into a wonderful force for education. Carol brought talent, vision, experience and a magnetic personality to our efforts. In short, she is the complete package. We are thrilled to honor Carol for her hundreds of volunteer hours and selfless devotion to our cause.

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Tickets for the Gala are $95 per person / $175 per couple and can be reserved by calling 215-464-4701.

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Free Training - iWitness, Thursday July 18th

Join us on Thursday July 18th from 4-6pm for a FREE TEACHER TRAINING at the Holocaust Awareness Museum to learn about how to incorporate the new iWitness tool from the USC Shoah Foundation.

iWitness enables students to engage on an individual level with Holocaust survivor testimonies and to discover connection to their own lives while building on the literacies needed in the 21st century, including information, media, and digital literacies.

Jonathan Young is an educator at Esperanza Academy Charter High School and is a graduate of USC Shoah Foundation's Master Teacher Program. He is an expert in iWitness and will demonstrate how to integrate this award-winning tool in an interdisciplinary curriculum and how it can be used as a model between different subject classes.
He will be presenting with his colleague, Justin Grow, an English teacher at Esperanza Academy Charter High School.

RSVP to Phil Holtje, Program Director, Holocaust Awareness Museum at 215-464-4701 or holocaustmuseum@verizon.net

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