Holocaust Remembrance Ceremony

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    Rabbi Benjamin Sendrow of Carmel speaks as keynote speaker Tibor D. Klopfer looks on.
  • CIC-COM-0524-Holocaust Remembrance 2
    Rabbi Benjamin Sendrow of Carmel lights six candles, each one representing 1 million Jews who died in the Holocaust.
  • CIC-COM-0524-Holocaust Remembrance 3
    The Carmel United Methodist Church bell choir performs “On Eagles’ Wings.”
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    Mayor Jim Brainard and Rabbi Benjamin Sendrow present a proclamation at the Holocaust Remembrance ceremony.
  • CIC-COM-0524-Holocaust Remembrance 5
    Six candles were lit at the ceremony, each one representing 1 million Jews who died in the Holocaust.
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    Sanford Horn of Westfield and Paul Sandock of Carmel attend the Holocaust Remembrance luncheon, which took place after the ceremony at Civic Theatre.
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    Meggin and Brad Gates of Gates Catering provided a free lunch celebration after the ceremony for the guests.
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    John R. Frank of Noblesville brought photos of Holocaust survivors and camps to the Carmel Holocaust Remembrance Ceremony. His photos have been requested by the Holocaust Museum.
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    John R. Frank of Noblesville displayed his family photos at the luncheon. He said he brings them to all Holocaust ceremonies to remind people that the Holocaust affected real people.
  • CIC-COM-0524-Holocaust Remembrance 10
    Keynote speaker Tibor D. Klopfer joins Rabbi Benjamin Sendrow. Klopfer spoke about his family’s experience as survivors during the Holocaust.
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    Keynote Speaker Tibor D. Klopfer with Rabbi Benjamin Sendrow.
  • CIC-COM-0524-Holocaust Remembrance 12
    Keynote speaker Tibor D. Klopfer and his wife Shawna Frazer.

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  • Eric Morris

    Hmm, wonder why the City government of Carmel doesn’t sponsor a Palestinian Occupation Rememberance Day?