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Żywiec – January 18, 2015

A meeting was held on a Jewish cemetery in Żywiec to celebrate the XVIII Day of Judaism. The ceremony was attended by the bishops of Roman Catholic and Evangelical Augsburg Church, president of Bielsko Biala Jewish Community, mayor of Żywiec, city councilors, representatives of scientific societies and residents of Żywiec. Among the participants was also a volunteer caretaker of the cemetery, member of the Lasting Memory Foundation Board, Eugeniusz Gradek

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Wola Łaskarzewska – December 9, 2014

In Wola Łaskarzewska, in a public school named in memory of the village of Wanaty, Zbigniew Niziński presented photographs of the Lasting Memory Foundation’s commemorations of the people murdered during World War II as well as places affected by genocide. Among the participants were a parish priest of Łaskarzew Edmund Szarek and Zofia Kamionowska from the Association of Children of the Holocaust.

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Zaburze near Szczebrzeszyn - December 2, 2014.

The pupils and teachers of schools in Zaburze and Radecznica, local residents and other guests gathered around two commemorated graves where 14 Jews lie buried, to pay tribute to the murdered ones. The victims’ names, identified by the Foundation, have been inscribed on the memorial plaques marking the graves. The Chief Rabbi of Poland Michael Schudrich and the vicar priest of Mokrelipie parish said prayers. The students performed poetry recitations. Among the participants were also eyewitnesses to the events which had taken place in Zaburze in 1942.

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Wąsewo – November 27, 2014

A meeting between Zofia Kamionowska, member of the Association of Children of the Holocaust, Zbigniew Niziński of the Lasting Memory Foundation and the students and teachers took place in Jan Paweł II Junior Highschool in Wąsewo. The lecture and presentation concerned the activities that have been performed to commemorate nearly forgotten people and graves as well as the stories of people who had been rescued during World War II.

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Charlejów – November 17, 2014

In a meadow in Charlejów, the Foundation marked a burial pit of two Jews, brother and sister, who had been killed there towards the end of 1942 while hiding in a haystack. Some time before, in other place, their family of six were murdered. All of them came to the town from Łódź during the war.

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