Sat. Oct. 27th 1:30 to 3:30 is our Next Gen Get-together
Hi Next Generations Group,
We all have different experiences growing up as descendants of Holocaust survivors, or as supporters who were impacted in some way. own. Last year, Next Gen member Richard agreed to facilitate some Next Generations Group get-togethers, and for our October meeting, he proposed a panel and open discussion on the theme: what it means to be Jewish in today’s world, and in what ways do we personally express that? Especially in terms of being a descendant or supporter of our mission. Rosalyn and I are helping Richard to plan the get-together while Diana is in Europe.
Please join us on Sat. Oct. 27, 1:30 to 3:30 pm, in the Congregation Beth Israel boardroom, located on NW Flanders between 19th & 20th on the south side of the street. as we hear from a variety of perspectives from the panel which include Next Gen members: a child survivor, a daughter of a child survivor, a 2g, and a supporter, and then participate in the open discussion as we share our own unique perspectives.
What: Next Generations Get-together – Panel & Discussion
Date: Sat. Oct. 27th, in the Congregation Beth Israel boardroom
Free parking on the CBI lot at 19th and Flanders.
Time: 1:30 to 2:00 – Munch & Mingle
2:00 to 3:00 – Panel & Discussion
3:00 – Wrap-up and Announcements
Richard Lazere (supporter and facilitator), Rosalyn Kliot (child survivor), Tamara Lindemann (daughter of a child survivor/2g, and Sue Wendel (2g).
Please RSVP if you can come to the Oct. 27 get-together to email@example.com
Recap: Sept. 22, 2018 Amy Shapiro songs and Ruth Lindemann book talk
Next Generations Group co-coordinators
FB: Next Generations Group
Save the dates:
OCT. Generations of the Shoah International presents: On the weekend of October 5-7, 2018, we will have the FIRST Southwest Regional Get Together for children and adult grandchildren of survivors in Las Vegas.
GSI is also working with the World Federation of Jewish Child Survivors of the Holocaust and Descendants on their annual conference in West Palm Beach, Florida on the weekend of November 9th, the anniversary of Kristallnacht. See the current newsletter for more information. http://www.genshoah.org/
NOV. 2018 Conference Registration
The 30th Annual World Federation of Jewish Child Survivors and Descendants will be at the West Palm Beach Marriott Hotel in West Palm Beach, Florida, November 9-12, 2018. Once again the WFJCSHD will team with KTA (Kindertransport Association) and GSI (Generations of the Shoah International) to provide a gathering of child survivors, descendants, partners, and spouses to explore topics of mutual interest, socialize, and schmooze. We invite you to attend this amazing opportunity to attend workshops, panel presentations, schmoozing, and enjoying the company of friends old and new.
Conference registration will be $395 (USD) for those who register before September 1, 2018. 1st. After September 1, full registration will cost $425 (USD), Registration will close on October 15. Cancelations after September 1 or with payments made through Paypal will result in a $25.00 service fee.
Please note that you will be required to fill out a Conference registration form online if you are doing payment by credit card. If you would like to fill out the registration form on paper and mail it with payment by check, you may Click Here to download the Registration Forms. Please fill out and mail with your check to:
c/o Susan Dubin
2160 Twin Falls Drive
Henderson, NV 89044 USA
Forms may also be scanned and sent by email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Checks must still be sent to the above address. Payment can be made by credit card through PayPal but it is not necessary to register for PayPal in order to pay for the conference.
Hotel reservations need to be booked directly with the West Palm Beach Marriott by October 15, 2018, at the following online address:
https://book.passkey.com/e/49632725.You may also call (800) 228-9290 or (561) 833-1234 and tell them you are with World Federation of Child Holocaust Survivors and Descendants (WFJCSHD).
Single or double occupancy is $119 per night plus tax. Room rates are applicable for 3 days prior and 3 days after the conference.
As we hold 2018 Next Generations Group get-togethers, events, and projects, we reflect on the past six years of speakers, films, books, discussions, community projects, friendships and more. Diana and I are grateful to all who have participated and volunteered in various Next Gen activities — all which help to honor survivors, and preserve and keep relevant their stories, and the lessons of the Holocaust. We thank Congregation Beth Israel, and the Oregon Jewish Museum and Center for Holocaust Education for their in-kind support.
Next Gen Contacts –
1. Debbi Montrose is our Next Generations Group Survivor, Jewish Family and Child Services, and OJMCHE liaison, as we are open to survivors at any of our events. If you are a survivor or refugee and would like to receive notices from Debbi directly, please email her at email@example.com. Thank you Debbi for taking on the important role.
2. If you are interested to be on the Next Gen “social group” email list to be notified about movies, events, outings etc. of interest to go to together, please email Nurit Kahana at firstname.lastname@example.org
3. Due to the many social justice / action groups that exist, Richard Lazere will become our Next Gen Social Justice Liaison. If interested or have any announcements to share, please email him directly at email@example.com.
From Jewish Family and Child Service: Ongoing. Jewish Family & Child Service (JFCS) provides social services that improve the lives of adults, families, and children in the Jewish and general communities. For volunteer projects visit http://jfcs-portland.org/giving/volunteer/. To receive their monthly enews: http://jfcs-portland.org/
To learn about becoming a Holocaust Memorial Docent contact ojmche.org. ____________________________________________________
Next Generations Group, formed in 2011, is comprised of descendants of Holocaust survivors and refugees, and includes survivors, refugees and other supporters impacted by the Holocaust who want to keep the stories alive and relevant. The group meets in the Portland, OR area for social, educational, and service projects.
We thank the Oregon Jewish Museum and Center for Holocaust Education and Congregation Beth Israel for their in-kind support.
Help us to keep the Next Gen email list up-to-date. Let us know of any changes or to unsubscribe. Send to firstname.lastname@example.org