By Linda Wisch-Davidsohn
Holocaust survivor, shares her Holocaust story at Adat Chaverim Friday, Nov. 14
Mrs. Anneliese Nossbaum, was the guest speaker Friday evening during services. The following Sunday morning, she spoke to more than 175 Adat Chaverim students and their parents. During her talk, she shared pictures of her childhood and artifacts including a metal hair brush and soap dish that belonged to her during her internment. Attendees said that “it was an incredible experience for our students and parents to learn firsthand about her upbringing.”
Nossbaum a Holocaust survivor, grew up in Bonn, Germany. She was 12 years old when her internment by the Nazis began. For the next four years of her young life, she was forced to perform slave labor in the Theresienstadt (Terezin) ghetto. She was then deported to Auschwitz/Birkenau, and then Mauthausen, where the American Army liberated her and 80,000 other prisoners in early May 1945.
Anneliese is on the road of perpetual remembrance. She is a well-known lecturer and has brought her experiences to high school and college students, to private and governmental organizations in her immediate area, as well as internationally traveling to Germany and Austria. Her complete lecture has been incorporated in a German book (Frauenleben im NS-Alltag). English excerpts have been published in various American publications. She is the mother of two children and grandmother of four.
Nossbaum currently resides in Philadelphia.
DJCF scholarship process open for 2015/2016 school year
The Dallas Jewish Community Foundation scholarship process is open for the 2015-2016 academic year. Students of any and all faiths are encouraged to apply. The DJCF awards at least 35 college scholarships each year based on financial need, academic merit and involvement in extracurricular activities and/or community service.
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Kenny Davin Fine and The Tennessee Texans in Concert
Kenny Davin Fine, the world’s only “Physician-Musician on a Mission,” returns with his Health ‘n’ Music Tour to The Lakewood Theater in Dallas (1825 Abrams Rd) Saturday, Nov. 22. The evening will stimulate both sides of your brain with the latest scientific information, creativity and entertainment. This special event will begin at 6 p.m. with a gluten-free dinner, followed at 7 p.m. by a health lecture by Dr. Fine about “The Gluten Truth 2014 & The FinerHealth Revolution.” During his talk, Fine, an academic gastroenterologist, will unveil his new health plan that includes “6 Tenets of the FinerHealth.” A pioneer in gluten intolerance research, he launched the popular gluten sensitivity and gluten-free diet habits.
The evening will culminate from 8-10 p.m. with a rocking, high energy concert starring Kenny Davin Fine and his band, The Tennessee Texans, performing songs from his latest CD, “Son of the Heart.” The cost for the dinner, which includes a copy of the CD, is $25. The lecture and concert are free of charge. For dinner reservations, call 972-686-6869.