Atlantic Cape Re-dedicates Holocaust Remembrance Monument April 7

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From left, Bobby Royal, retired dean of community affairs, security and Worthington Atlantic City Campus operations; Dr. Peter L. Mora, president of Atlantic Cape; Rabbi Aaron Krauss of Congregation Beth El; Yechiel Lehavy, past advisor of Association of Jewish Students, retired professor of anthropology and sociology; Janet Brenner, past advisor of Association of Jewish Students/retired director of community affairs; Jean McAlister, dean of resource development & president/Board of Trustee operations; and Nancy Porfido, director of student development and judicial affairs, before the re-dedication of the Holocaust Remembrance Monument begins.

Atlantic Cape Community College held a re-dedication of the Holocaust Remembrance Monument located at its Mays Landing Campus, April 7. A series of speakers that were affiliated with monument spoke, and light refreshments were served after. The memorial, standing in front of a group of six trees to commemorate the six million people killed in the Holocaust, was first unveiled in 2003. A new walkway and seating have been added to make the area more accessible for quiet reflection.

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Yechiel Lehavy, past advisor of Association of Jewish Students at Atlantic Cape, speaks beside the Holocaust Remembrance Monument, April 7.

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