Fellowship with Family, Neighbors and Friends
 
 
 
2020 has been officially recognized as the 75th Anniversary year
of the  Liberation for the Jewish Nation
from the Holocaust. 
Due to the COVID-19 outbreak,
Concert is Postponed to the Fall
2020 has been officially recognized as the 75th Anniversary year of the
Liberation for the Jewish Nation from the Holocaust. 
 
Our contemporary music leader, Christie Morrison, has written “Lost Nursery Rhymes of Innocent Children”, written for baritone, children’s choir, marimba, violincello and piano. 
Oskar Knoblauch, now 94 years old, will speak about his personal Holocaust experience calling it “A Boy’s Story, a Man’s Memory.”
Artist Robert Sutz, whose family was murdered in Auschwitz concentration camp, has focused his talents on creating life masks of Holocaust survivors using polychrome plaster and creating paintings of Holocaust scenes.  He will be displaying his art.  
 
 
 
 
 
Second Sunday Social
will resume after the COVID-19 outbreak
 
Members, friends, and neighbors are invited
to our monthly “Second Sunday Social.”
 
It is held at 4:30 PM in the homes of various members. 
Please bring a side dish to share
as the hosts provide beverages and paper goods.  
 
Check here or call the office for monthly location.