Magda Bader, center, an 88-year-old Auschwitz survivor from Miami, stands beside Gil and Elise Scheck Bonwitt at “Yad Vashem,” the world’s largest Holocaust Museum, in Jerusalem. The group is part of the 820 South Floridians who are in Israel now as part of a mission trip with the Greater Miami Jewish Federation to celebrate the 70th anniversary of Israel.
Magda Bader, center, an 88-year-old Auschwitz survivor from Miami, stands beside Gil and Elise Scheck Bonwitt at “Yad Vashem,” the world’s largest Holocaust Museum, in Jerusalem. The group is part of the 820 South Floridians who are in Israel now as part of a mission trip with the Greater Miami Jewish Federation to celebrate the 70th anniversary of Israel. CARLOS CHATTAH Courtesy of Greater Miami Jewish Federation
Magda Bader, center, an 88-year-old Auschwitz survivor from Miami, stands beside Gil and Elise Scheck Bonwitt at “Yad Vashem,” the world’s largest Holocaust Museum, in Jerusalem. The group is part of the 820 South Floridians who are in Israel now as part of a mission trip with the Greater Miami Jewish Federation to celebrate the 70th anniversary of Israel. CARLOS CHATTAH Courtesy of Greater Miami Jewish Federation

Miami's multicultural Jewish community returns to its roots in mission trip to Israel

April 20, 2018 08:25 PM