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January 30, 2014 - Image 77

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2014-01-30

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TWO YOUNG BROTHERS,
MURDERED BY THE NAZIS IN
1943. THERE WAS NOBODY
LEFT TO REMEMBER THEM.
BUT NOW, YOU CAN.

More than a million children
perished in the Nazi death camps.
Since children guarantee the
future of the Jewish people, they
were among the first to fall prey to
the Nazi killing machine.

It's up to us to keep the memory
of these children alive so that they
are more than mere statistics of a
long ago atrocity.

Join the Adopt-A-Kaddish Project,
sponsored by Hebrew Memorial
Chapel and The Holocaust
Memorial Center, and commit
to keeping the memory of a child
alive in your heart. We'll send you
personal information about your
appointed child, along with yearly
Yahrzeit reminders and a Yizkor
calendar. By pledging to recite
Kaddish at Yizkor and Yahrzeit
services, you'll keep the memory
of a child alive throughout your
lifetime and the lives of your
future generations.

It's a beautiful way to promote
respect for human rights and
foster personal responsibility.

For more information, contact
Hebrew Memorial Chapel today.

HEBREW
MEMORIAL
CHAPEL

Your Community Chapel

www.HebrewMemorial.org
248-543-1622 1 800-736-5033
26640 Greenfield Road
Oak Park, Michigan 48237

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