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September 27, 2018
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Ticket Price:
$250 per ticket
Sponsorship Levels:
$25,000
$18,000
$10,000
$6,000
$3,600
$1,800

Location:
Crystal Tea Room
100 East Penn Square #9B
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19107

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25th Anniversary Philadelphia Dinner
Benefit Event

6 p.m. Reception
7 p.m. Dinner​

Please join us to celebrate the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum’s 25th anniversary. This special evening will honor local Holocaust survivors with the Elie Wiesel Award, a distinction recognizing their invaluable contributions to Holocaust memory and education.  The event will also feature a keynote address by esteemed historian and author Deborah E. Lipstadt, who recently completed her third term as member of the Museum's council and chair of the Committee on Holocaust Denial and Antisemitism.

Keynote Speaker
Deborah E. Lipstadt, Dorot Professor of Modern Jewish History and Holocaust Studies, Emory University

Museum Speaker
Edna Friedberg, Historian

Honorees
Holocaust Survivors from the greater Philadelphia area

Chairs
Sara and Joseph Finkelstein

Committee (As of June 20, 2018)
Shoshana and Jeremy Bannett
Carol Blank Barsh and Horace Barsh
Ted and Lorri Bernstein
Elaine and Jim Culbertson
Donald and June Feith
Drs. Pamela Feld-Randel and Harry Randel
Lindsay Feuer and Andrew Derouanna
Ashley Feuer-Edwards and Doug Edwards
Ellen Gross and Jim Patton
Ariele and Steven Klausner
David Lerman and Shelley Wallock
Jeanette Lerman-Neubauer and Joe Neubauer
Maribeth and Steve Lerner
David and Helen Pudlin
Barbara and Henry Roth
Caren and Todd Schiffman
Dr. Abraham and Roberta Shaked
Morris and Tami Starkman
Barbara and Julie Wertheimer



QUESTIONS/CONTACTS
Courtney Campbell
202.314.7877


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