A SPECIAL TIME OF REMEMBRANCE IS PLANNED FOR THURSDAY, APRIL 8, FROM NOON TO 1:30 PM. ALICE EICHENBAUM, A SURVIVOR OF THE HOLOCAUST, WILL RECOUNT HER STORY AS WELL AS THAT OF HER HUSBAND, RAY.
Alice Eichenbaum, of Providence, survived the Holocaust in a ghetto near the Turkish border. Her late husband was a survivor of the Auschwitz concentration camp, where his family perished. Eichenbaum said she speaks about the Holocaust so “it should never happen again."
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