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January 30, 2017
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Boca West Country Club
20583 Boca West Drive
Boca Raton, FL 33434

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What You Do Matters 2017 South Florida Luncheon
Benefit Event

11 a.m., Check-in
Noon, Luncheon and Program

Join Museum leadership and supporters from the South Florida region to learn more about our urgent work to keep Holocaust memory alive in a constantly changing world.

At the annual luncheon, Wendy Holden, author of Born Survivors: Three Young Mothers and their Extraordinary Story of Courage, Defiance, and Hope, will interview Eva Clarke, one of the infant survivors whose mothers are featured in the book. A book signing will follow the program.

Luncheon Chairs
Marla and Steve Garchik
Linda and Jay Rosenkranz

Luncheon Vice Chairs
Stacey Petito Nowack
Robert Slatoff



QUESTIONS/CONTACTS
Southeast Regional Office
561.995.6773


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