Shoah Commemoration May 1-2, 2016

Sunday May 1st 3:30 pm

Shoah Commemoration Service
Guest Speaker: Mr. Dave Lux

A Winton Child Survivor
Samuel Lutheran Church – Corner of 8th Street & Muskegon Avenue, Muskegon Michigan

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Poster – service and dinner [673518]

Monday, May 2nd 7:00 pm

Reception for Dave Lux

Lite Hors d’oeuvres and Desserts with Coffee, Tea, Punch
First Evangelical Lutheran Church – 1206 Whitehall Road

Donation only for CHGS Programs
While there are no reservations required you may RSVP to: or call 231-722-2702 and leave name and number of persons

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DAVE LUX was born Isidore Pinkasovich on April 12, 1933 in the small village of Negrovic in Czecho-Slovakia. In 1939 fascist storm began to attack Jewish homes and businesses. Dave’s home was broken into and looted. David and his brother were taken to Prague and they entered England. The train, along with seven other trains, which took Dave and 669 children to safety in England was organized by a young Nicholas Winton who single-handedly established an organization to aid children from Jewish families at risk from the Nazis. He set up his office at a dining room table in his hotel in Wenceslas Square.