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     Date: Fri, 9 Apr 2010 12:25:37 -0400
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  Subject: Holocaust Remembrance Week Events, please forward widely

UVM Hillel and The Carolyn and Leonard Miller Center for Holocaust Studies
Present:
*
Holocaust Remembrance Week, April 11-18th, 2010*
*




April 11-18
Memorial Field of Flags*
Each of the 2400 flags on Waterman Green represents 5000 people who were
killed in the Holocaust. Different colored flags represent groups of people
targeted by the Nazis.
Please come help set up the the display at 11 AM on April 11th (Meet at the
Allen House, Free Pizza)

*April 11
Community Memorial Service with UVM Hillel, OZ, Temple Sinai, and ICVT
3 PM Waterman Memorial Lounge*
Honor victims of the Holocaust with a Yom HaShoah service that brings
together college students and the Burlington community on this solemn yet
important day of remembrance.
Featured Speaker: Alan E. Steinweis Professor of History, Dir., Center for
Holocaust Studies

*April 13
Survivor Ginette Kellner to Speak at UVM
7 PM, John Dewey Lounge (Old Mill)*
Ms. Kellner was a young girl living in France when the Holocaust began and
was moved around and hidden by various families and friends. Come hear her
compelling story of hiding and escaping France with her mother.

*April 14
Film: "The Boy in the Striped Pajamas"
7 PM, Terrill 108*
A young German boy, the son of an SS Commandant, moves to the country with
his family where his father is assiged to preside over a prison camp. The
young boy, Bruno, befriends Shmuel, a Jewish boy living behind an electric
fence in the prison camp.

*April 13-14
Litany of Names
11 AM- 3 PM, Davis Center Atrium*
Victims of the Holocaust are remembered by reciting lists of names of those
who perished. Please stop by the table to read names or listen and honor
those who are no longer with us.

Sponsored by UVM Hillel and the Carolyn and Leonard Miller Center for
Holocaust Studies
For more information contact [log in to unmask]



-- 
Nellie (Krentzman) Goodman
UVM Hillel, Director of Jewish Student Leadership
Allen House
461 Main St.
Burlington, VT 05405
(802) 656-1153
[log in to unmask]
www.uvmhillel.org



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-- 
Amanda Flores
Graduate Assistant
Center for Cultural Pluralism
HESA Graduate Student '11
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UVM Hillel and The Carolyn and Leonard Miller Center for Holocaust Studies Present: * Holocaust Remembrance Week, April 11-18th, 2010* * April 11-18 Memorial Field of Flags* Each of the 2400 flags on Waterman Green represents 5000 people who were killed in the Holocaust. Different colored flags represent groups of people targeted by the Nazis. Please come help set up the the display at 11 AM on April 11th (Meet at the Allen House, Free Pizza) *April 11 Community Memorial Service with UVM Hillel, OZ, Temple Sinai, and ICVT 3 PM Waterman Memorial Lounge* Honor victims of the Holocaust with a Yom HaShoah service that brings together college students and the Burlington community on this solemn yet important day of remembrance. Featured Speaker: Alan E. Steinweis Professor of History, Dir., Center for Holocaust Studies *April 13 Survivor Ginette Kellner to Speak at UVM 7 PM, John Dewey Lounge (Old Mill)* Ms. Kellner was a young girl living in France when the Holocaust began and was moved around and hidden by various families and friends. Come hear her compelling story of hiding and escaping France with her mother. *April 14 Film: "The Boy in the Striped Pajamas" 7 PM, Terrill 108* A young German boy, the son of an SS Commandant, moves to the country with his family where his father is assiged to preside over a prison camp. The young boy, Bruno, befriends Shmuel, a Jewish boy living behind an electric fence in the prison camp. *April 13-14 Litany of Names 11 AM- 3 PM, Davis Center Atrium* Victims of the Holocaust are remembered by reciting lists of names of those who perished. Please stop by the table to read names or listen and honor those who are no longer with us. Sponsored by UVM Hillel and the Carolyn and Leonard Miller Center for Holocaust Studies For more information contact [log in to unmask] -- Nellie (Krentzman) Goodman UVM Hillel, Director of Jewish Student Leadership Allen House 461 Main St. Burlington, VT 05405 (802) 656-1153 [log in to unmask] www.uvmhillel.org -- Nellie (Krentzman) Goodman UVM Hillel, Director of Jewish Student Leadership Allen House 461 Main St. Burlington, VT 05405 (802) 656-1153 [log in to unmask] www.uvmhillel.org

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