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Contest judges Cindy Kruger, right, and Bill Bordow read through children's essays submitted for the 11th annual Yom HaShoah/Holocaust Essay Contest for area students in grades five through 12. All entries will be displayed at the Jewish Community Center of Wyoming Valley in Wilkes-Barre. Prizes will be awarded in three divisions. First-place winners will present their submissions at the Yom HaShoah Program on April 7 at the JCC.
Contest judges Cindy Kruger, right, and Bill Bordow read through children's essays submitted for the 11th annual Yom HaShoah/Holocaust Essay Contest for area students in grades five through 12. All entries will be displayed at the Jewish Community Center of Wyoming Valley in Wilkes-Barre. Prizes will be awarded in three divisions. First-place winners will present their submissions at the Yom HaShoah Program on April 7 at the JCC.
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Contest judges Cindy Kruger, right, and Bill Bordow read through children’s essays submitted for the 11th annual Yom HaShoah/Holocaust Essay Contest for area students in grades five through 12. All entries will be displayed at the Jewish Community Center of Wyoming Valley in Wilkes-Barre. Prizes will be awarded in three divisions. First-place winners will present their submissions at the Yom HaShoah Program on April 7 at the JCC.


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