PHOTOS: First annual March of Remembrance commemorates Holocaust victims


Friday, May 2nd, 2014
Issue 18, Volume 18.


PHOTOS: First annual March of Remembrance commemorates Holocaust victims - Shane Gibson photo. - Dave Wilber uses the shofar to signify the beginning of the March of Remembrance to commemorate Holocaust victims on Sunday April 27, 2014.
Dave Wilber uses the shofar to signify the beginning of the March of Remembrance to commemorate Holocaust victims on Sunday April 27, 2014.

PHOTOS: First annual March of Remembrance commemorates Holocaust victims - Shane Gibson photo. - The March of Remembrance walk for Holocaust victims started in front of Temecula City Hall, following along Santiago Rd., and concluded at the Temecula Community Church for a service with guest speakers and worship songs.
The March of Remembrance walk for Holocaust victims started in front of Temecula City Hall, following along Santiago Rd., and concluded at the Temecula Community Church for a service with guest speakers and worship songs.

PHOTOS: First annual March of Remembrance commemorates Holocaust victims - Shane Gibson photo. - Becca Trinque performs Davidic dancing during the March of Remembrance to commemorate Holocaust victims.
Becca Trinque performs Davidic dancing during the March of Remembrance to commemorate Holocaust victims.

PHOTOS: First annual March of Remembrance commemorates Holocaust victims - Shane Gibson photo. - Susan Black performs Davidic dancing with her fellow worshippers during the beginning of the March of Remembrance to commemorate Holocaust victims at Town Square Park on Sunday April 27, 2014.
Susan Black performs Davidic dancing with her fellow worshippers during the beginning of the March of Remembrance to commemorate Holocaust victims at Town Square Park on Sunday April 27, 2014.

PHOTOS: First annual March of Remembrance commemorates Holocaust victims - Shane Gibson photo. - Riverside County Supervisor Jeff Stone speaks about members of his family who suffered in the Holocaust. He spoke of his recent visit to Auschwitz concentration camp and showed a piece of stone from the camp that freed itself when he kicked the ground.
Riverside County Supervisor Jeff Stone speaks about members of his family who suffered in the Holocaust. He spoke of his recent visit to Auschwitz concentration camp and showed a piece of stone from the camp that freed itself when he kicked the ground.

PHOTOS: First annual March of Remembrance commemorates Holocaust victims - Shane Gibson photo. - Liliana Ramos, of the worship group ‘How Sweet the Sound,’ sings during the March of Remembrance to commemorate Holocaust victims.
Liliana Ramos, of the worship group ‘How Sweet the Sound,’ sings during the March of Remembrance to commemorate Holocaust victims.

PHOTOS: First annual March of Remembrance commemorates Holocaust victims - Shane Gibson photo. - Luciano Gherardi plays the melodica to the live worship music performed by ‘How Sweet the Sound’ on Sunday April 27, 2014 at Town Square Park in Temecula.
Luciano Gherardi plays the melodica to the live worship music performed by ‘How Sweet the Sound’ on Sunday April 27, 2014 at Town Square Park in Temecula.

PHOTOS: First annual March of Remembrance commemorates Holocaust victims - Shane Gibson photo. - Pastor Jack Flournoy speaks during the service at the Temecula Community Church during the first annual March of Remembrance to commemorate Holocaust victims.
Pastor Jack Flournoy speaks during the service at the Temecula Community Church during the first annual March of Remembrance to commemorate Holocaust victims.

PHOTOS: First annual March of Remembrance commemorates Holocaust victims - Shane Gibson photo. - Israeli Deputy Consul General LA Uri Resnick speaks during the service at the Temecula Community Church. Resnick stressed that we all must never forget what happened during the Holocaust and that we need to face the same trends that are happening today.
Israeli Deputy Consul General LA Uri Resnick speaks during the service at the Temecula Community Church. Resnick stressed that we all must never forget what happened during the Holocaust and that we need to face the same trends that are happening today.

PHOTOS: First annual March of Remembrance commemorates Holocaust victims - Shane Gibson photo. - Widow of Holocaust survivor Bernie Caron, Julie Caron speaks in the first person as if she was Bernie telling the story of his pain, suffering and being freed from the Holocaust.
Widow of Holocaust survivor Bernie Caron, Julie Caron speaks in the first person as if she was Bernie telling the story of his pain, suffering and being freed from the Holocaust.


 

3 comments

Comment Profile ImageDeborah Cole
Comment #1 | Sunday, May 4, 2014 at 11:34 pm
Wonderful pictures! Thank you for printing this story. So important that we NEVER FORGET!!!
Thank you, again.
Comment Profile ImageTim Laursen
Comment #2 | Monday, May 5, 2014 at 6:20 pm
Great pics! I am pleased to call some of the subjects my brother and sisters in Messiah. Thank you.
Comment Profile ImageJanat Dundas
Comment #3 | Thursday, May 8, 2014 at 8:49 pm
From the pictures it looks like it was a moving and memorable event. Congratulations on getting so many who care and wanted to be involved.

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