Holocaust Remembrance Day | 04/02/2015

Holocaust Remembrance Day Lecture with Gloria Glantz

Gloria Glantz was born in Wegrow Poland, in 1939. She had a very loving, large family which included many uncles, aunts, cousins, two older brothers, and grandparents. To save her life, her parents enlisted the help of a simple, righteous Christian family. 
In her lifetime Gloria has lived in four countries, on two continents, so her journey to America was a very circuitous and unusual one. 

In her professional life as a teacher she has made it her mission to see that the Shoah (Holocaust) is not forgotten. She is the winner of a fellowship from the American Gathering of Jewish Holocaust Survivors, American Federation of Teachers, and Jewish Labor Committee to study the Holocaust and Resistance. She is also the 2002 recipient of The Spirit of Anne Frank Outstanding Educator Award.

Program: Thursday, April 2, 2015 at 7 PM

Location: Merrick Road Golf Course Clubhouse, Clubhouse Road, Merrick

Fee: Free admission. First-come, first-served seating.