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Wednesday, April 27, 2022 | 6:00 pm

Please stay tuned for more information on our event for 2022. Feel free to peruse below to learn more about the event held in April 2021. 

Event
Gallery & Recording

View the online event gallery, and recording including: 

  • Holocaust Artifacts Exhibit From Local Community Members

  • Survivor Video Testimonials with "Early Warning" Themes

  • Local Authors' Book Gallery

  • State of Deception: The Power of Nazi Propaganda Traveling Exhibit from the USHMM

  • "Never Again" Student Essay Winners 

Event Schedule

6:00pm 

Online Pre-Event Gallery

 

7:00-8:15pm

Memorial Service, Candle Lighting, & Keynote Speaker

JFHC, 
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Person Writing
Essay Contest

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.

Stay tuned for more information on a contest in 2022.

Family Photos in B&W
Artifacts

We will be showing artifacts of the Shoah period such as photos, mementos, posters, clothing, etc. provided by local area residents.  Please contact Judy Gartner if you have something you would like to display in the virtual website presentations.  Deadline for adding items is April 1, 2021.

White Candles
Memorial List

We are seeking updates to the Annual Yizkor List. Please send the names of those Holocaust survivors in your family who have passed away in the last year; also, include relevant information (e.g., relationship, hometown, concentration camp) to hchryizkor@gmail.com by March 15th.