Born to Remember

Music of Remembrance

Featuring:  Cantor Steven Stoehr

Candace Otto, Miss Pennsylvania 2003,

Nancy Rubenstein-Messham (Saturday only), and John A. Cannon III Katherine Heron, Madeline Jacknin, Michele Gray-Schaffer, and Liza Valley Kenneth Hirsch, emcee

 Kol HaKavanah, Temple Ohav Shalom’s Teen choir (Sunday only)

Holocaust Project Interfaith Choir –Sherry Goldman, Linda Patterson, Linda Heron, Bruce Thomas, Aletha Thomas, Marty Sivitz, Maureen Stephen, Liza Valley, Maggie Hackett, and Bev Watt


Cantor Stoehr is the son of Holocaust survivor Harry Stoehr, of L'vov, Poland.  Harry Stoehr survived the holocaust while his 5 brothers, three of his four sisters, and parents perished.  We are all Born to Remember Harry Stoehr and other survivors of the Holocaust as well as Harry Stoehr's brothers, sisters, parents and all who perished.    


Saturday, April 1, 2006    8:00 PM  (Silent Auction opens 7:30)

Rodef Shalom, 4905 Fifth Avenue, Pittsburgh

Sunday, April 2, 2006 7:00 PM (Silent Auction opens 6:30) 

Temple Ohav Shalom, 8400 Thompson Run Road, Allison Park    

Ticket prices: $7 students/seniors, $15 adults, and $25 reserved


Please consider purchasing an ad or donating an item for the silent auction:

Program ad costs:

1/4  page – $60.00      1/2  page – $110.00                            3/4  page – $160.00   

Full page – $200.00    Inside front and back covers - $400   Back cover – $1000.00

2 tickets included with front or back inside covers - 4 tickets with back cover


Ticket orders, ads and checks, made payable to Holocaust Project, should be sent to:

2688 Orchard Court, Murrysville, PA  15668.  Anyone donating an item for the silent auction will be listed in the program book.  Proceeds benefit the Holocaust Project:  Born to Remember, a non-profit corporation with 501C3 status EIN# 25-1899432.

Deadline for ads – March 17