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3 Jun
to Jun 3
45th Annual Mordechai AnielewiczCreative Arts Competition and Exhibition Moore College of Art on the Parkway in Philadelphia, PA
evening

45th Annual

Mordechai Anielewicz

Creative Arts Competition and Exhibition

Named in honor of the young leader who led Jewish resistance against Nazi tyranny in the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising in 1943.
The competition encourages all students grades 7-1 throughout the Greater Philadelphia area
to learn about and respond to the Holocaust by means of creative expression.

Awards Ceremony held on June 3rd, 2019 at Moore College of Art

Sponsored by:

Jewish Federation of Greater Philadelphia

Memorial Committee for the Six Million Jewish Martyrs of the JCRC

The Association of Jewish Holocaust Survivors

Children of Jewish Holocaust Survivors Association

Sons and Daughters of Holocaust Survivors

The Samuel Pelta Holocaust Education Endowment Fund

Feldman, Shphard, Wohlgelernter, Tanner,Weinstock, and Dodig LLP

Moore College of Art and Design

For more information on how to submit your work or attend, please contact

Beth Razin

brazin@jewishphilly.org

215-832-0536

13 Jun
to Jun 13
CJHSA-SAC Social Action Committee KleinLife Building, 10100 Jamison Ave., Philadelphia 19116
7:00 pm

Children of Jewish Holocaust Survivors Association

Social Action Committee

Meeting

Thursday June 13th, 2019

7:00 pm 

Klein Life JCC Red Lion and Jamison,

Philadelphia, PA 

Date, time, and venue are subject to change at any time. Please recheck listings 
19 Jun
to Jun 20
U.S.-Israel Pro Israel Mission – Washington DC Capital Hill, Washington DC
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Dear CJHSA Members and Friends,

 Your Voice Matters: Be There in Person and Make a Difference: Thursday June 20, 2019

We encourage you to participate in the Zionist Organization of America’s Pro-Israel Capitol Hill Mission, to meet with local members of the House and Senate and staffs to ask them to support or introduce legislation that will benefit Israel and the U.S.-Israel relationship. There will be a festive kosher luncheon highlighted by remarks from numerous lawmakers, and briefed by ZOA’s lobbyists on the legislative process and how to lobby.

 

The Mission has an additional component this year: An optional pre-Mission exclusive kosher dinner featuring a well-known guest speaker to-be-announced. A separate fee for this pre-Mission dinner and ZOA has reserved a block of rooms at a hotel within walking distance of Capitol Hill.
As always, Greater Philadelphia ZOA will offer bus transportation to and from Washington on June 20 from multiple points.

For more information, to reserve your bus seat and to register for the Mission, please call our office at 610-660-9466.

The ZOA Pro-Israel Capitol Hill Mission is upbeat, exhilarating and hands-on pro-Israel advocacy. Please let your friends and neighbors know and encourage them to attend!

 

IF YOU ARE A CJHSA MEMBER OR FRIEND AND WOULD LIKE TO GO AS A GROUP TO THIS EVENT, PLEASE NOTIFY 

MIRIAM LISSER mltrip99@gmail.com OR 

RITA RATSON rjratson@yahoo.com

27 Jun
to Jun 27
Holocaust Awareness Museum and Education Center – A Professional Development Trip Holocaust Memorial Museum
7:00 am departure

Holocaust Awareness Museum and Education Center
A Professional Development Trip
for Teachers
THURSDAY, JUNE 27, 2019
Visit the United States Holocaust
Memorial Museum’s newest
exhibition “The United States
and the Holocaust”

TRIP COST
$65 per person
$60 for HAMEC members

7:00 a.m. ……………. Depart from Holocaust Awareness Museum, 10100 Jamison Avenue, Philadelphia, PA 19116
5:00 p.m. ……………. Depart from United States Holocaust Memorial Museum
7:00 – 7:30 p.m…….. Dinner on your own, Maryland House Service Area
8:30 – 9:00 p.m. …… Return to Holocaust Awareness Museum
TRIP COST
$65 per person
$60 for HAMEC members
For reservations or more information, contact the Holocaust Awareness Museum and Education Center

215.464.4701 | INFO@HAMEC.ORG | HAMEC.ORG