Monday, April 20, from 7:00-8:30 pm

75 Years Later: Our Stories of Survival, Loss, and Liberation

 A virtual Yom HaShoah experience, featuring a memorial service and a live keynote address by Don Goldstein, son of liberator Sol Goldstein


View the 2020 Virtual Presentation By Clicking Below


The Howard County Holocaust Remembrance Committee invites Howard County middle school and high school students to submit their essays for the Yom HaShoah Essay Contest. The two First Prize winners will each receive $100 and the two Second Prize winners will each receive $50. Essays due March 15. Click here for complete info


We will be showing artifacts of the Shoah period – photos, mementos, posters, clothing, etc. – and look forward to displaying your artifacts and photographs. Please contact Judy Gartner if you have something you would like to display, and please bring them with you to the Yom HaShoah service by 6:00 pm.


A video presentation including a memorial list and family photos will be shown at Yom HaShoah services. Please send names of relatives you wish to honor and family photographs to be included in the video presentation to Alexa Kempner by Wednesday, March 18


Yom HaShoah in Howard County is supported by the Jewish Federation of Howard County, the Jewish Community Relations Council, the Howard County Board of Rabbis, and the general community.