Holocaust Intergenerational Brunch Brings Together Survivor Families
Posted on September 06, 2016
More than 100 Holocaust survivors and their families, including second and third generation, attended the Holocaust Survivor Intergenerational Brunch at Beth El Synagogue on Sunday, August 28, 2016. Hosted by Jewish Family Service, the Sara and Sam Schoffer Holocaust Resource Center at Stockton, The Sam Azeez Museum of Woodbine Heritage and the Conference on Material Claims Against Germany, the annual brunch brings together survivors and their families for a day of socialization and entertainment. Attendees enjoyed the golden voice of Paul Zim, The Jewish Music Man, and guest speaker Deborah Kram of The Conference on Jewish Material Claims Against Germany.
Activities, such as the monthly Holocaust Survivor luncheons, offer socialization for seniors. From transportation to nursing assessments, JFS offers a variety of services for adults and older adults through Village by the Shore, which provides concierge, volunteer and professional services and socialization for adults (50+) in our community. For more information about Village by the Shore or other JFS programs or events, please call 609-822-1109 or visit www.jfsvillagebytheshore.org