Shoah 5K chair Lior Minkowitz, 97-year-old Holocaust survivor Edith Ackerman, event co-chair Sabine Sharon and others met for a private promotional event on Friday, April 14, at the Jewish Community Services of South Florida headquarters, 735 NE 125th St. in North Miami.
Shoah 5K chair Lior Minkowitz, 97-year-old Holocaust survivor Edith Ackerman, event co-chair Sabine Sharon and others met for a private promotional event on Friday, April 14, at the Jewish Community Services of South Florida headquarters, 735 NE 125th St. in North Miami. JESSE SCHECKNER jscheckner@miamiherald.com
Shoah 5K chair Lior Minkowitz, 97-year-old Holocaust survivor Edith Ackerman, event co-chair Sabine Sharon and others met for a private promotional event on Friday, April 14, at the Jewish Community Services of South Florida headquarters, 735 NE 125th St. in North Miami. JESSE SCHECKNER jscheckner@miamiherald.com

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