Holocaust/Genocide Resource Center
To Host Open House and Re-Dedication
WINDSOR, N.J. -- The Mercer County Holocaust/Genocide Resource Center
has moved into new quarters on the campus of Mercer County Community College,
and will host an Open House and Re-Dedication ceremony on Wednesday, Jan.
27, at 4 p.m.
The event will take place at the center, which is now located on the second
floor of the college library, next to the bookstore. The center moved
into the new quarters after a major renovation project at the college.
The event will include a benediction by Rabbi Adam Feldman of the Princeton
Jewish Center, a talk by Holocaust survivor Judith Sherman, music by Tomara
Freeman, who performs on a viola rescued from the Holocaust, greetings
from county dignitaries, a description of the center's purpose and programs,
According to MCCC Professor Emeritus Saul Goldwasser, a special Holocaust
Torah saved from the Shoah will be on display. The Torah, from the Czech
Memorial Scrolls Trust, is from the town of Susice. It will be reunited
with a Torah from the same town that is located at the Princeton Jewish
For further information contact Professor Goldwasser at email@example.com.