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Almost Vanished?

2010 Holocaust Remembrance Ceremony to Feature the Jewish Culture of Poland

The County of Santa Clara Holocaust Remembrance Ceremony “Almost Vanished? The Jewish Culture of Poland” will include presentations by Holocaust Survivors from Lodz and Warsaw in Poland. A Polish Studies scholar will speak about the Jewish Heritage Initiative, which celebrates Jewish culture in Poland today. A candle lighting ceremony and a reception will also be held in honor of survivors and those who perished.

County of Santa Clara Board of Supervisors
Judy Denes,
Holocaust survivor, Sunnyvale resident
Jack Tramiel, Holocaust survivor, Monte Sereno resident
Adam Cintz, Holocaust survivor (100 years old), San José resident
Shana Penn, Polish Studies scholar

Tuesday, April 13, 2010
4:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.

Board of Supervisors’ Chambers
County of Santa Clara Government Center, 1st Floor, 70 W. Hedding Street, San Jose
(Free parking available in the County Employee Parking Lot)

The annual Holocaust Remembrance Ceremony hosted by the County of Santa Clara Board of Supervisors commemorates YOM HASHOAH, the day established in remembrance of over six million Jewish people who perished during the 1940s Holocaust. Sponsors of the event this year include the County of Santa Clara Board of Supervisors, the Taube Foundation for Jewish Life and Culture, and the Holocaust Remembrance Planning Committee.

Media Contact: Gwendolyn Mitchell/Lingxia Meng, Office of Public Affairs, (408) 299-5119
Posted: April 5, 2010