One of "The Boys" who survived forced labour, concentration camps and death marches to build a legacy in Manchester.
Over 300 people attended the Reunion Dinner of the 45 Aid Society’s 65th anniversary.
The evening was attended by the survivors, 2nd generation and now many 3rd generation.
It was a wonderful heartfelt evening with survivors from this country and those who came from abroad.
Chief Rabbi made a memorable speech not only celebrating the lives of the survivors but all suggested incorporating an annual prayer within the shul service.
A biopic film was made by members of the 2nd generation giving a brief yet wonderful insight into the lives of the survivors who come to the UK.[button href=”http://vimeo.com/11489415″] View film tribute to The Boys as shown at the Reunion[/button]
To see the photos click here.
Jewish Care Charity Registration Number 802559
One of the most exciting sopranos in the world
In aid of the
Holocaust Survivors’ Centre
A unique therapeutic service for Holocaust Survivors
Wednesday 24 February 2010
Dinner and Recital
The Carlton Tower Hotel
Cadogan Place, London SW1X 9PY
Ticket price: £125.00
6.45pm Reception 7.30pm Dinner 10.30pm Carriages
To book tickets please contact Amanda Rose on
020 8203 9033 / 07770 314 960 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Book online at www.jewishcare.org/hsc/dinner
The Chief Rabbi invites the community to commemorate Yom Hashoah on Monday 12 April 2010 at Edgware United Synagogue. Doors open at 6.45pm to be seated by 7.15 pm.
A number of organisations have collaborated to form a Forum for Yom Hoshoah falls this year on Sunday 11 April 2010 and willl be commemorated at the Dell in Hyde Park London at 11am.’ ‘