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We are working in partnership with The Daffodil Project and Am Yisrael Chai to build a worldwide Living Holocaust Memorial by planting 1.5 million daffodils in memory of the children who perished in the Holocaust and in support for children suffering in humanitarian crises in the world today.
The shape and color of the daffodils represent the yellow stars that Jews were forced to wear during the Holocaust. Yellow is the color of remembrance. Daffodils represent our poignant hope for the future. They are resilient and return with a burst of color each spring, signifying hope, renewal and beauty. The daffodils also honor those who survived the Holocaust and went on to build new lives after this dark and difficult period.
Thank you to everyone who came out to the daffodil blooming celebration on Sunday, March 5th.
It could not have happened without your support!
Please click here to view WVEC's news coverage on the ceremony.
Click here to read an article in the Virginia Pilot online edition.
JMCC Board President, Norman Soroko and Portsmouth City Mayor, Shannon Glover.
Daffodils in bloom.
It was a perfect day to enjoy the blooms.
Bob and Jeanne Zentz entertain the crowd.
Myrna Teck, Daffodil Committee Chair.
Portsmouth City Mayor Shannon Glover and
Rabbi Ron Koas.
October 16, 2022
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