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ANNOUNCEMENT:BE WATCHING FOR NEW PERFORMANCES IN 2020
75 years ago today, Irena Sendler and her network were rescuing children and adults from the Warsaw Ghetto.
You must come and see our new Irena Sendler Exhibit at the Lowell Milken Center for Unsung Heroes in Fort Scott, Kansas. We had visitors this week from Chicago. Their local college taught a class on Life in a Jar: The Irena Sendler Project!! We have no idea how many times this happens across the country. The legacy of Irena Sendler goes on and on.
Life in a Jar will perform on April 1st, Saturday, in Pensacola, Florida.The performance will be in the auditorium at Pensacola State College, 1000 College Boulevard, Pensacola, Florida 32504. This performance is open to the community. Contact Person is Rick Gordon, email@example.com, 687.852.3368
Life in a Jar will perform on April 2nd, Sunday, in Pensacola, Florida. The performance will be in the auditorium at Pensacola State College, 1000 College Boulevard, Pensacola, Florida 32504. This performance is open to the community. Time is 2:30pm. Contact Person is Rick Gordon,firstname.lastname@example.org, 687.852.3368
One hundred and seven years ago today, Irena Sendler was born.
So many of you have said you would like to go to Poland with Mr. C. and Megan Felt to see the Irena Sendler sites.
HERE IS YOUR OPPORTUNITY!
THIS IS A LATE START, BUT WE ONLY HAVE 40 OPENINGS! SO MANY HAVE ASKED ABOUT A TRIP LIKE THIS. WRITE US WITH QUESTIONS TODAY.
July 11-19, 2017 (9 days and 8 nights)
Chandler, Arizona, thanks for the wonderful venue and audience. Adrian Bendick was exceptional in her preparation and providing large audiences. We have received many emails about the presentations. As always, a big salute to the Life in a Jar performers.
As the year draws to a close, please remember the Life in a Jar Foundation as a 501(c)3 non-profit when you make your final donations for 2016.
To support the work of the Life in a Jar: Irena Sendler Project please donate on our website!
Irena Sendler walked into the Warsaw Ghetto and took children into her arms and rescued hope. Please join us in sharing the beautiful and courageous story of Irena, who in the dark hour of the Holocaust was a light.
To teach respect regardless of race, religion, or creed has always been our passion, and now we are developing hundreds of history projects at our Center with students and teachers around the world.
This amazing journey is only possible with your continued support!
***A national foundation will match any gifts donated to the Center. ***
We wish a Merry Christmas, a joyous Hanukkah, and a wonderful Festival of Lights to our many friends around the world! May your home be blessed with joy and peace during this season.
Happy Thanksgiving from the Life in a Jar family. We wish you the happiest greetings this Thanksgiving season.