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Big Sonia - Survivor, Grandma, Diva
April 24, 2018

Big Sonia 04-24-2018

Community Passover Seder
April 01, 2018

Renewing a tradition that began more than a century ago, the Sam Azeez Museum of Woodbine Heritage hosted a Community Passover Seder on Sunday, April 1, 2018. Nearly 40 guests participated in the special seder which was led by an experienced volunteer and Cape May County resident Rob Cozen. "Providing the opportunity to attend a seder in our facility was an idea that germinated after our high holiday services here last year," said Jane Stark, Executive Director of the Museum. "Many of the guests who attend services here have discovered the uniqueness of our history and return year after year. When the subject of celebrating Pesach here was suggested we said WHY NOT?!" Preparing for Pesach is a big task, whether at home or in this case, in a facility not normally used for such an event. A festive holiday menu was provided by our longstanding caterer from Vineland, N.J. Guests included the founder of the Museum, Michael Azeez and his wife Kathy as well as Woodbine Mayor William Pikolycky. In the true spirit of the holiday, strangers became friends as they celebrated the journey from slavery to freedom in the environment of a long enduring one hundred and twenty five year old shul.


Michael & Kathy Azeez
From Left to right: Joshua Cozen McNally, Rob Cozen, Michael Azeez, & Kathy Azeez (front: Morris & Bonnie Shapiro).

Rochelle Nisenfeld
Center: Rochelle Nisenfeld.

Raquel Stark, Jane Stark & Paige Stevens
Left to right: Raquel Stark, Jane Stark, & Paige Stevens.

Community Passover Seder April 01, 2018

Special Lecture "Dine and Learn" with Dr. Elizabeth (Betsy) Anthony
March 06, 2018

Special LectureDine and Learn

2018 MLK Week at Sam Azeez Museum of
Woodbine Heritage of Stockton University.
January 15 - 20, 2018

Topping off a week long roster of activities celebrating Stockton University's annual Dr. Martin Luther King Days of Service in Woodbine: Stockton's Sam Azeez Museum partnered with the 3rd, 4th and 5th grades of the Woodbine Elementary School for a day of service honoring Dr. King's legacy. The students and staff of the Museum created valentine cards which will be distributed to the residents at the Woodbine Developmental Center and to local nursing homes.


MLK Week 2018
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MLK Week 2018
2018 MLK Week
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MLK Week 2018

MLK Week 2018
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MLK Week 2018
2018 MLK Week
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MLK Week 2018

MLK Week 2018
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MLK Week 2018
     

2016 Holocaust Education Series at Sam Azeez Museum of
Woodbine Heritage of Stockton University.
May 12, 2016 – May 31, 2016

Holocaust Survivor Betty Grebenschikoff speaking on May 31, 2016 to Egg Harbor Township Alder Ave. Middle School 8th grade and Woodbine Elementary School 6th - 8th grades.

"Once My Name Was Sara", author I. Betty Grebenschikoff topped off Holocaust Education Month at the Sam Azeez Museum of Woodbine Heritage of Stockton University on May 31, 2016.She spoke to seventh and eighth grade classes from Woodbine and Egg Harbor Township about her experience as a German Jewish refugee who fled with her family to the only port in the world in 1939 that would admit European Jews without passports or visas...Shanghai, China.
Betty recalls her early childhood in Berlin, Germany, and then growing up in Shanghai, the city that became her home for eleven years. Each student received a copy of her memoir, which she cheerfully autographed and they learned about the efforts of Jewish families to escape the Nazi tyranny which was perpetrated against the Jews of Europe- the Holocaust.


Betty Grebenschikoff speaking to Alder Ave Middle School 8th Grade Studenst
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Betty Grebenschikoff speaking to Alder Ave Middle School 8th Grade Studenst.
Betty Grebenschikoff with Woodbine Elementary 6th-8th grade students
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Betty Grebenschikoff with Woodbine Elementary 6th-8th grade students.

Holocaust Survivor Betty Grebenschikoff with Alder Ave Middle School 8th grade students
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Holocaust Survivor Betty Grebenschikoff with Alder Ave Middle School 8th grade students.
Holocaust Survivor Betty Grebenschikoff with Executive Director Jane Stark and Isabella a Alder Ave Middle School 8th grade student
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Holocaust Survivor Betty Grebenschikoff with Executive Director Jane Stark and Isabella a Alder Ave Middle School 8th grade student.

Holocaust Survivors Rosalie Simon and Cylia Kowanski present on May 24, 2016 to Upper Township Middle School 7th grade.

Making a difference, one day at a time. More than 80 students assembled to hear two diverse accounts of Holocaust Survivors at Stockton University's Sam Azeez Museum. Child survivor of Auschwitz Rosalie Simon shared her experience as a 12 year old who escaped the fate of death through the intervention of "an angel." Cyla Kowenski,(l) recanted her life in displaced persons camps in Italy after her liberation from Nazi tyranny which resulted in the loss of her freedom from age 12 To 19.Her physical and emotional renewal resulted in a letter of thanks to the Italian people which is formally housed in The Italian American Museum in New York City.


Clya Kowanski and Rosalie Simon with Upper Township Middle School 7th Grade
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Clya Kowanski and Rosalie Simon with Upper Township Middle School 7th Grade.
Cylia Kowanski and Rosalie Simon with an Upper Township Middle School teacher
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Cylia Kowanski and Rosalie Simon with an Upper Township Middle School teacher.

Executive Director Jane Stark, Holocaust Survivor Cylia Kowanski, and Holocaust Survivor Rosalie Simon speaking to Upper Township 7th Grade students
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Executive Director Jane Stark, Holocaust Survivor Cylia Kowanski, and Holocaust Survivor Rosalie Simon speaking to Upper Township 7th Grade students.
Rosalie Simon speaking to Alder Ave Middle School 8th grade and Woodbine Elementary Middle School 6th-8th grades
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Rosalie Simon speaking to Alder Ave Middle School 8th grade and Woodbine Elementary Middle School 6th-8th grades.

Upper Township students presenting Cyla Kownaski and Ruth Simon with flowers
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Upper Township students presenting Cyla Kownaski and Ruth Simon with flowers.
     

Holocaust Survivor Ruth Kessler Speaking on May 19, 2016 to Egg Harbor Township Alder Ave. Middle School 8th grade.

Ruth Fisch Kessler, a child survivor of the Kindertrsansport, shared her story of hope and survival with a seventh grade class from the Alder Avenue School in Egg Harbor Township during Holocaust Education Month at the Sam Azeez Museum of Woodbine Heritage of Stockton University on May 19, 2016. Ruth was born in Vienna, Austria in 1933. After Germany incorporated Austria into the Third Reich, Vienna became unsafe for Jews. At the tender age of five her parents sent her to safety in England, one of 10,000 Jewish children who were provided safe haven by the British Government. Ruth's experience as a little girl being sent away from everyone and everything she knew and her eventual immigration to America at age twelve is revealed in her presentation as a child survivor. Her tender story provides students a different view of the Holocaust. Ruth evolved from her devastating childhood as a warm and loving wife, mother and grandmother, a living witness of the carnage of the Holocaust.


Holocaust Survivor Ruth Kessler and her husband Loius with Executive Director Jane Stark
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Holocaust Survivor Ruth Kessler and her husband Loius with Executive Director Jane Stark.
Ruth Kessler with Alder Ave Middle School student
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Ruth Kessler with Alder Ave Middle School student.

Holocaust Survivor Ruth Kessler and her husband Louis with Alder Ave Middle School 8th grade students
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Holocaust Survivor Ruth Kessler and her husband Louis with Alder Ave Middle School 8th grade students.
     

Holocaust Survivor Rosalie Simon presenting on May 17, 2016 to Alder Ave. Middle School 8th grade and Woodbine Elementary School 6th - 8th grades.

Celebrating survival and victory on a day of holocaust education at the Sam Azeez Museum of Woodbine Heritage of Stockton University. Sisters Charlotte Weiss (l) and Rosalie Simon visited the Museum on May 17, with an audience of 90 students assembled to meet and hear the real life account of their survival of Auschwitz. Rosalie, the youngest, was 12 years old. Charlotte, her older sister, actually saved her when she was running away from the situation which found her having been selected by the infamous Dr. Josef Mengele. Charlotte dragged Rosalie into the large group of prisoners being marched to a barrack. By a miracle Mengele did not witness their actions. Both girls survived and were eventually reunited with their father and three other sisters. Their mother and only brother were murdered in Auschwitz.
The Museum is a designated teaching center for Holocaust Education by the New Jersey Commission on Holocaust and Genocide Education.


Holocaust Survivors Rosalie Simon and her sister Charlotte with Alder Ave Middle School Students
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Holocaust Survivors Rosalie Simon and her sister Charlotte with Alder Ave Middle School Students.
Rosalie Simon and Her sister Charlotte with EHT Alder Ave Middle School students
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Rosalie Simon and Her sister Charlotte with EHT Alder Ave Middle School students.

Rosalie Simon with her sister Charlotte, Executive Director Jane Stark and Program Director Oranit Caplan
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Rosalie Simon with her sister Charlotte, Executive Director Jane Stark and Program Director Oranit Caplan.
Rosalie Simon and Her sister Charlotte with EHT Alder Ave Middle School 8th grade student
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Rosalie Simon and Her sister Charlotte with EHT Alder Ave Middle School 8th grade student.

Rosalie Simon and her sister Charlotte with Woodbine Elementary School 6th-8th Grades
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Rosalie Simon and her sister Charlotte with Woodbine Elementary School 6th-8th Grades.
Rosalie Simon Speaking to Upper Twp Middle School 7th Grade students
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Rosalie Simon Speaking to Upper Twp Middle School 7th Grade students.

Rosalie Simon speaking to Alder Ave Middle School 8th grade and Woodbine Elementary Middle School 6th-8th grades
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Rosalie Simon speaking to Alder Ave Middle School 8th grade and Woodbine Elementary Middle School 6th-8th grades.
     

Holocaust Survivor Ruth Zinman speaking on May 12, 2016 to Dennis Township Middle School 7th grade and on May 24, 2016 to Upper Township Middle School 7th grade.

Teddy Bears and Transylvania, what a combination. Child Survivor Ruth Zinman shared her memories as a child in the Holocaust with middle school students from Dennis Township and Egg Harbor Township at the Sam Azeez Museum of Woodbine Heritage on May 12 and May 24, 2016. Her experience during the Holocaust caste a light on "hidden children” and her discovery that she too is a Child Survivor.
Ruth was born in Transylvania which was at the time part of Romania. With a mixture of humor and history she delighted the students with her knowledge of Dracula and his castle. She was born in castle too. Not a princess, but the daughter of a physician who worked for the state and was given the lodging as a result of his employment. After World War II started Romania became an ally of Germany. Jews were no longer safe there. Ruth's tales of being smuggled between villages on the borders of Hungary and Romania, the arrest of her father, deportation of her relatives and the loss of her beloved grandfather all the while being kept safe by her mother are chilling. She demonstrates her journey with her Teddy Bear, given to her by her grandfather when she was a very young child. Plush bare and slight of stuffing, her bear accompanies her to every visit with students. It represents Ruth's victory over the prejudice and hate that she endured as a Jewish child during the Holocaust.


Holocaust Survivor Ruth Zinman speaking to Dennis Township Middle School 7th grade
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Holocaust Survivor Ruth Zinman speaking to Dennis Township Middle School 7th grade.
Holocaust Survivor Ruth Zinman speaking to Dennis Township Middle School 7th grade
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Holocaust Survivor Ruth Zinman speaking to Dennis Township Middle School 7th grade.

Holocaust Survivor Ruth Zinamn with Upper Township Middle School 7th grade
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Holocaust Survivor Ruth Zinamn with Upper Township Middle School 7th grade.
Holocaust Survivor Ruth Zinman With Executive Director Jane Stark and Program Director Oranit Caplan
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Holocaust Survivor Ruth Zinman With Executive Director Jane Stark and Program Director Oranit Caplan.

Ruth Zinman showing her childhood teddy bear to Upper Township Middle School Students
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Ruth Zinman showing her childhood teddy bear to Upper Township Middle School Students.
Ruth Zinman showing her childhood teddy bear to Upper Township Middle School Students
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Ruth Zinman 5 years old holding her teddy bear.

March 22, 2016 - 2016 Woodbine Elementary School 10th Annual Sheroe Award Essay Contest Ceremony celebrating Women's History Month sponsored by The Sam Azeez Museum. Woodbine Elementary School 5th grade teacher, Rose Farnan coordinated the Sheroe Essay Contest. Grades 3rd-8th participated in the event and winners and first runners up received a certificate and a gift card. The event was held at The Sam Azeez Museum of Woodbine Heritage on March, 22nd.

Third Grade Winner Acere Moore
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Third Grade Winner Acere Moore.
Third Grade Runner Up Jefferson Samuels
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Third Grade Runner Up Jefferson Samuels.

Fourth Grade First Runner Up Joseph Young
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Fourth Grade First Runner Up Joseph Young.
Fifth Grade Runner Up Lynnessence Lynn
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Fifth Grade Runner Up Lynnessence Lynn.

Sixth Grade First Runner Up Ky'Lecia Syndor
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Sixth Grade First Runner Up Ky'Lecia Syndor.
Seventh Grade First Runner Up Nevaeh Whateley
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Seventh Grade First Runner Up Nevaeh Whateley.

Seventh Grade Winner Reysa Estes
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Seventh Grade Winner Reysa Estes.
8th Grade First Runner Up Alexa Craver
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8th Grade First Runner Up Alexa Craver.

8th Grade Winner Ariel Cecilia
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8th Grade Winner Ariel Cecilia.
10th Annual Sheroe Essay Award Contest from upper left to right - KyLecia Syndor, Alexa Craver, Reysa Estes, Ariel Cecilia, Jefferson Samuels, Lynnessence Lynn, Ramon Diaz Velequez, Joseph Young, Acere Moore, Nevaeh Whateley
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10th Annual Sheroe Essay Award Contest from upper left to right - KyLecia Syndor, Alexa Craver, Reysa Estes, Ariel Cecilia, Jefferson Samuels, Lynnessence Lynn, Ramon Diaz Velequez, Joseph Young, Acere Moore, Nevaeh Whateley.

2016 10th Annual Sheroe Essay Contest Awards Woodbine Elementary School
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2016 10th Annual Sheroe Essay Contest Awards Woodbine Elementary School.
2016 Sheroe Awards
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2016 Sheroe Awards.

Roman Diaz Veleques 5th Grade Winner
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Roman Diaz Veleques 5th Grade Winner.
2016 Sheroe Awards
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Woodbine Elementary School 2016 10th Annual Sheroe.

January 18, 2016 - 12th Annual Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day of Service!

12th Annual Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day of Service!
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12th Annual Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day of Service! January 18, 2016 at the Sam Azeez Museum.
12th Annual Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day of Service!
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12th Annual Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day of Service! January 18, 2016 at the Sam Azeez Museum.

12th Annual Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day of Service!
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12th Annual Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day of Service! January 18, 2016 at the Sam Azeez Museum.
    

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2015 Events

October 14, 2015 Sam Azeez Museum of Woodbine Heritage featured story and pictures in The Voice at The Shore. A supplement to the Jewish Community Voice of Southern New Jersey

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Michael Azeez, the founder of the Sam Azeez Museum of Woodbine Heritage preparing to caste away his sins of the Jewish year that just ended  by throwing bits of challah bread into the water for the fish to lunch on
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Michael Azeez restored the Brotherhood Synagogue and named it in memory of his father Sam.

September 14, 2015 Tashlich Service on the First Day of the Jewish New Year

Rabbi Susan Schein giving a traditional explanation of the meaning of Tashlich at Lake Nummy, located in Belleplain State Park in Woodbine.
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Rabbi Susan Schein giving a traditional explanation of the meaning of Tashlich at Lake Nummy, located in Belleplain State Park in Woodbine. Upon completion of the Jewish year that just ended, it is tradition to visit a body of water where one can caste off their sins and begin the new Jewish year in a chaste state. Lake Nummy, built by the federal government in the 1930-s by the WPA, is located just northwest of Woodbine, where generations have enjoyed its recreational facilities for decades. Taaslich for the Jewish community has become a Lake Nummy tradition.
Michael Azeez, the founder of the Sam Azeez Museum of Woodbine Heritage preparing to caste away his
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Michael Azeez, the founder of the Sam Azeez Museum of Woodbine Heritage preparing to caste away his "sins" of the Jewish year that just ended by throwing bits of challah bread into the water for the fish to lunch on.

Oriellah and Shailee Caplan perform the symbolic casting off with bits of challah as they wade into the cool water of Lake Nummy
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Oriellah and Shailee Caplan perform the symbolic casting off with bits of challah as they wade into the cool water of Lake Nummy.
   

September 02, 2015 Semi-annual Holocaust Survivor Luncheon at The Azeez Instructional Site of Stockton University.

Semi-annual Holocaust Survivor Luncheon on September 2, 2015 at The Azeez Instructional Site of Stockton University. Executive Director Jane Stark speaking to the attendees about the unique history of Woodbine, New Jersey..
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Semi-annual Holocaust Survivor Luncheon on September 2, 2015 at The Azeez Instructional Site of Stockton University. Executive Director Jane Stark speaking to the attendees about the unique history of Woodbine, New Jersey.
Gloria Weitzenhof, widow of holocaust survivor Arnold Weitzenhof and holocaust  survivor Hannah Erlich visiting the sanctuary of the Sam Azeez Museum/Woodbine Brotherhood Synagogue.
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Gloria Weitzenhof, widow of holocaust survivor Arnold Weitzenhof and holocaust survivor Hannah Erlich visiting the sanctuary of the Sam Azeez Museum/Woodbine Brotherhood Synagogue.

June 29, 2015 Woodbine Celebrated Admiral's Day

June 29, 2015 Proclamation from Governor Chris Christie of Admirals Day in Woodbine
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Proclamation from Governor Chris Christie of Admirals Day in Woodbine
June 29, 2015 Press of AC article on Woodbine's celebration of Admiral's Day
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Press of AC article on Woodbine's celebration of Admiral's Day

June 29, 2015 A special fly-by of a U.S. Coast Guard helicopter from station Atlantic City took place during the ceremony honoring the retired Admirals from Woodbine
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A special fly-by of a U.S. Coast Guard helicopter from station Atlantic City took place during the ceremony honoring the retired Admirals from Woodbine.
June 29, 2015 Captain Todd Prestidge (right) commander of U.S. Coast Guard training Center, Cape May, NJ, receives a special proclamation from Woodbine Mayor William Pikolycky
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Captain Todd Prestidge (right) commander of U.S. Coast Guard training Center, Cape May, NJ, receives a special proclamation from Woodbine Mayor William Pikolycky

June 29, 2015 Retired U.S. Coast Guard Admiral Dave Ciancaglini
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Retired U.S. Coast Guard Admiral Dave Ciancaglini (left) speaks to the audience during a ceremony honoring him and retired Admiral Fred Ciancaglini for thier military service.
June 29, 2015 Retired U.S.Coast Guard Admiral Dave Ciancaglini
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Retired U.S.Coast Guard Admiral Dave Ciancaglini (right) speaks to friends during a ceremony honoring him for his service and Woodbine heritage.

June 29, 2015 Retired U.S. Coast Guard Admiral Fred Golove
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Retired U.S. Coast Guard Admiral Fred Golove (right) receives a proclamation from Woodbine Mayor William Pikolycky honoring Golove for his service.
June 29, 2015 Retired U.S.Coast Guard Admiral Dave Ciancaglini and Fred Golove
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Retired U.S.Coast Guard Admirals Fred Golove (left) and Dave Ciancaglini (center left) received proclamations from Cape May County Freeholder Marie Hayes and Will Morey.

June 10, 2015 Teaching Holocaust is a Living Legacy - Betty Grebenschikoff

June 10, 2015 Teaching Holocaust is a Living Legacy - Betty Grebenschikoff
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Betty Grebenschikoff born 1929 in Berlin, Germany. Survivor of the Shanghai Ghetto, Shanghai, China.
Betty Grebenschikoff

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June 09, 2015 Teaching Holocaust is a Living Legacy - Rosalie Lebovic Simon

June 09, 2015 Teaching Holocaust is a Living Legacy - Rosalie Lebovic Simon
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Rosalie Lebovic Simon born July 25, 1931 Velka Kriva, Czechoslovakia. Survivor of Auschwitz-Birkenau.
Rosalie Simon

June 04, 2015 Teaching Holocaust is a Living Legacy - Ruth Kessler

June 04, 2015 Teaching Holocaust is a Living Legacy - Ruth Kessler
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Ruth Kessler born 1933 Vienna, Austria. Survivor of the Kindertransport. Ruth was one of 10,000 children taken from their home and transported to Liverpool Station in London, where they were met by foster parents.
Ruth Kessler

June 01, 2015 Teaching Holocaust is a Living Legacy - Cyla Kowenski

June 01, 2015 Teaching Holocaust is a Living Legacy - Cyla Kowenski
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Cyla Kowneski born December 22, 1925 Vilna, Poland. Photo taken in Bari Transit Camp, Bari, Italy 1946
Cyla Kowneski

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June 04, 2015 - Child Holocaust Survivor Ruth Kessler: Teaching Holocaust is a Living Legacy - Egg Harbor Twp Alder Ave Middle School

Holocaust Education Event featuring Ruth Kessler at The Sam Azeez Museum of Woodbine Heritage of Stockton University. June 4th, 2015. Egg Harbor Township Alder Avenue Middle School 8th Grade
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Holocaust Education Event featuring Ruth Kessler at The Sam Azeez Museum of Woodbine Heritage of Stockton University. June 4th, 2015. Egg Harbor Township Alder Avenue Middle School 8th Grade.
Book signing at The Sam Azeez Museum of Woodbine Heritage of Stockton University
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Book signing at The Sam Azeez Museum of Woodbine Heritage of Stockton University.

Signing books for Egg Harbor Township Alder Avenue Middle School 8th Grade students in classroom 101 at The Sam Azeez Museum of Woodbine Heritage of Stockton University
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Signing books for Egg Harbor Township Alder Avenue Middle School 8th Grade students in classroom 101 at The Sam Azeez Museum of Woodbine Heritage of Stockton University.
Book signing at The Sam Azeez Museum of Woodbine Heritage of Stockton University
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Book signing at The Sam Azeez Museum of Woodbine Heritage of Stockton University.

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May 19, 2015 - Child Holocaust Survivor Ruth Kessler: Teaching Holocaust is a Living Legacy - Cape May Elementary School

Holocaust Education Event featuring Ruth Kessler at The Sam Azeez Museum of Woodbine Heritage of Stockton University. May 19th, 2015. Cape May Elementary School 4th, 5th and 6th grades
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Holocaust Education Event featuring Ruth Kessler at The Sam Azeez Museum of Woodbine Heritage of Stockton University. May 19th, 2015. Cape May Elementary School 4th, 5th and 6th grades.
Book signing at Cape May Elementary School
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Book signing at Cape May Elementary School.

With host teacher Sharon Fruchtman. Ruth receives Lillys of the Valley from student
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With host teacher Sharon Fruchtman. Ruth receives Lillys of the Valley from student.
Welcome Mrs. Ruth Fisch Kessler
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Welcome Mrs. Ruth Fisch Kessler.

Chatting with the author
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Chatting with the author.
The Sam Azeez Museum of Woodbine Heritage of Stockton University Executive Director Jane Stark with a student at Cape May City elementary School
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The Sam Azeez Museum of Woodbine Heritage of Stockton University Executive Director Jane Stark with a student at Cape May City elementary School.

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March 3, 2015 Auschwitz Holocaust Survivor Rosalie Simon speaking to Dennis Township Middle School 7th Grade

March 3, 2015 Auschwitz Holocaust Survivor Rosalie Simon speaking to Dennis Township Middle School 7th Grade
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7th Grade Dennis Township Middle School with Holocaust Survivor Rosalie Simon.
March 3, 2015 Auschwitz Holocaust Survivor Rosalie Simon speaking to Dennis Township Middle School 7th Grade
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Dennis Township Middle School 7th Grade listens to Holocaust Survivor Rosalie Simon.

March 3, 2015 Auschwitz Holocaust Survivor Rosalie Simon speaking to Dennis Township Middle School 7th Grade
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Holocaust Survivor Rosalie Simon with Dennis Township Middle School 7th Grade.
March 3, 2015 Auschwitz Holocaust Survivor Rosalie Simon speaking to Dennis Township Middle School 7th Grade
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Dennis Township Middle School 7th Grade.

March 3, 2015 Auschwitz Holocaust Survivor Rosalie Simon speaking to Dennis Township Middle School 7th Grade
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Holocaust Survivor Rosalie Simon Speaking to Dennis Township Middle School 7th Grade.
     

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February 8, 2015 - The Cape May Division of Culture and Heritage in Partnership with The Sam Azeez Museum of Woodbine Heritage of Stockton College Present Black History Month at Thomas Beesley House

The Cape May Division of Culture and Heritage in Partnership with The Sam Azeez Museum of Woodbine Heritage of Stockton College Present Black History Month at Thomas Beesley House
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Left to Right - Executive Director Jane Stark, Julia Hankerson, Larry D. Levy.
The Cape May Division of Culture and Heritage in Partnership with The Sam Azeez Museum of Woodbine Heritage of Stockton College Present Black History Month at Thomas Beesley House
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Mayor William Pikolycky and Freeholder E. Marie Hayes.

The Cape May Division of Culture and Heritage in Partnership with The Sam Azeez Museum of Woodbine Heritage of Stockton College Present Black History Month at Thomas Beesley House
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Left to Right - Larry D. Levy, David and Marty Ross.
     

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January 19, 2015 - The Richard Stockton College Martin Luther King Day of Service at The Sam Azeez Museum of Woodbine Heritage and Anne Azeez Hall

Martin Luther King Day of Service at The Richard Stockton College Instructional Site
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Martin Luther King Day of Service at The Richard Stockton College Instructional Site.
Anne Azeez Security, (Right) Doug Watkins, (Left) Manual Gonzales
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Anne Azeez Security, (Right) Doug Watkins, (Left) Manual Gonzales.

Woodbine Volunteer Fire Department
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Woodbine Volunteer Fire Department.
EMS Seminar presented by Belleplain Emergency Corps. Demonstrators from Belleplain L-R Donna Raffa, Steve Shaw, and Bruce Knoll Jr.
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EMS Seminar presented by Belleplain Emergency Corps. Demonstrators from Belleplain L-R Donna Raffa, Steve Shaw, and Bruce Knoll Jr.

Woodbine Fire Truck
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Woodbine Fire Truck.
     

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