Friday, April 16, 2010
Monday, April 12, 2010
Maor Zinkin won 28 of his 29 tennis matches for Drake University in his senior year on the team.
Thursday, April 8, 2010
throughout the state. Several people are in shelters while others are in
the process of digging out. A group called NECHAMA, a Jewish Response
to Disaster located in Minnesota has surveyed Rhode Island and are now
in the process of deploying equipment to the state. NECHAMA will clean
up the muck and sanitize rooms that were affected. We expect them to
arrive this week-end. We are looking for volunteers to help us clean up
Please note that they will train all volunteers. We expect them to be in
the area for 4 weeks or as long as it takes to clean up Rhode Island.
They will also assist people in contacting the right agencies such as
FEMA. For more information about NECHAMA I suggest you go to their
If you know of anyone who would like to volunteer their services have
them contact Wendy Joering at the Jewish Federation of Rhode Island. She
is handling the triage efforts. Her email address is email@example.com.
Her federation number is 401 421-4111 ext. 169.
While the Jewish Federation of Rhode Island is involved with the
program, this really is an interfaith initiative. Please forward this to
other organizations of faith so that we can make sure we have done what
it takes to get Rhode Island back on its feet.
Community Relations Director
Jewish Federation of Rhode Island
130 Sessions Street
Providence, RI 02906
401.421.4111 x 171
Wednesday, April 7, 2010
Days of Remembrance Ceremony
From April 11 through April 18, the Museum is leading the nation's annual Days of Remembrance commemorating the six million Jews murdered in the Holocaust as well as the millions of other victims of Nazi persecution.
This year marks the 65th anniversary of the end of World War II, and we will pay tribute to the U.S. soldiers who helped defeat Nazi Germany and liberate Holocaust survivors from years of suffering. These stories of freedom remind us that individuals have the power to make a difference. What we do-or choose not to do-matters.
We invite you to join the nation in remembrance:
* Watch the LIVE webcast of the national Days of Remembrance ceremony from the U.S. Capitol Rotunda at 11:30 a.m. EST on April 15, 2010. General David Petraeus will be the featured speaker. Click for web link
* Add your voice, either at the Museum or online, to our Names Reading Ceremony .
* Share your thoughts on our website or on our Facebook page about how you will remember the Holocaust.