The JHSSC places the health and wellbeing of our members and event attendees above all else.
Out of an abundance of caution, and in light of the CDC’s recommended 8-week moratorium on public events, the scope of which includes our May 2-3 meeting in Columbia, JHSSC leadership have decided to cancel our Spring meeting celebrating the Jewish Women of the Palmetto State.
In light of this cancellation, the JHSSC’s Spring magazine is now an especially valuable resource celebrating just a few of our matriarchs. We urge you to read it at your leisure, and hope that you will encourage others to do the same. The digital version is linked below.
We look forward to seeing you, in good health, very soon.
Historic Columbia and Columbia Jewish Heritage Initiative
Purpose: Identify and fill gaps in the documentation of Columbia’s Jewish History; Document stories of Holocaust survivors who settled in Columbia; Encourage dialogue by collecting and sharing stories, images, and documents; Broadcast information to diverse audiences through print and web-based media and public programs; Create an ongoing coalition to sustain the effort in the future; Record stories of elders of Columbia’s Jewish community. To read the entire article about the Columbia Jewish Heritage Initiative go to Page 11 of the Fall 2015 Magazine.
To learn more about or participate in the Columbia Jewish Heritage Initiate, go to www.historiccolumbia.org/CJHI or Contact: Robin Waites, Executive Director Historic Columbia 803.252.7742 ext. 14 or firstname.lastname@example.org
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