25 Holocaust Survivors, Liberators and Resistors along with many other local volunteers will be honored by the Holocaust Awareness Museum and Education Center. The honorees are being recognized for their role in the museum's provision of 250 Holocaust education programs presented to more than 23,000 students in the Delaware Valley during the 2011-2012 school year. Representatives from the offices of Pennsylvania State Senator Michael Stack, Pennsylvania State Representatives Brendan Boyle and Kevin Boyle, also City Councilman Brian O'Neill will be on hand to present the awards. Light refreshments will be served - the program is free and open to the public.
The Holocaust Awareness Museum is the premier provider of Holocaust education programs in the Delaware Valley and has just completed the 50th anniversary season. The museum has been dedicated to educating students about of the consequences of intolerance and hate. Each year museum programs reach thousands of students through Holocaust survivor presentations, school visits, videos, and plays such as the Anne Frank Theater Project. The Holocaust Awareness Museum and Education Center is a non profit organization supported by grants from the Conference on Material Claims Against Germany, government and foundation grants, also private donations.
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