Inga Marczyńska and Tomasz Malec from the AntySchematy Foundation2 – Plenipotentiaries of the Dor-Ner Family – handed over , during the ceremonial termination of the school year, 23.06.2017, scholarships Jaschy Dor-Ner` name, founded by the noble Dor-Ner family: Mr. Zvi Richard, Tamar, Daphne and Ann from Boston, USA. Prizes for outstandingly talented pupils and enthusiasts of Jewish community history in Kołaczyce are an expression of the gratitude of Jascha Dor-Ner (nee Berl) living in Kołaczyce. As the only survivor of the Holocaust in Kołaczyce in August 12, 1942, she was always very loving Kołaczyce, and repeatedly stressed that she wanted to help the development of the community. Wish this Parisian painter complete her son Zvi Richard Dor-Ner, who died in April this year, in the joy of fulfilling the wishes of the mother and his wish also. Jaschy Dor-Ner’s granddaughter sent financial grants and a congratulatory letter to the students in recognition of their gratitude and appreciation to high school students for their historical research on the Jewish community in Kołaczyce and the wonderful artistic talents of the participants. Thank you to the founders of the scholarships: Dor-Ner family for the great heart and recognition of youth work. We congratulate young people for their commitment and talent.
Midrasz – a Jewish social-cultural magazine addressed to all those interested in the life of Jews in Poland and around the world, took the patronage of the second edition of the project, “Matzevot of Tarnów – camp for volunteers”. Thank you! http://www.midrasz.pl/
As in the previous year, the “The Matzevot of Tarnów – camp for volunteers. Edition 2″ project was granted the patronage of historical portal “Histmag.org“.
Our detectives again in action!
TV Tarnowska.tv about our project “Matzevot of Tarnów – camp for volunteers. Edition 2” as part of the task carried out by the National Heritage Board in Poland “Volunteering for heritage 2017” by Foundation AntiSchemes 2. The project partner is the Institute of Jewish Studies at the Jagiellonian University.
- The first stage of the project (16-25 July 2017) is a camp for volunteers, during which time the participants will undergo theoretical training and then under the supervision of dr hab. Leszek Hońdo and Sławomir Pastuszka will carry out an inventory.
- The second stage of the project (August-October 2017) will be the preparation of a publication containing a summary of the project (thematic articles, results of evaluation surveys conducted by volunteers, project report) and catalog of tombstones.
We invite you to listen to Dr. hab. Leszek Hońdo, a lecturer from the Institute of Jewish Studies at the Jagiellonian University and the volunteers who participated in the project “Matzevot of Tarnów – camp for volunteers”. Thank you Radio RDN Małopolska!
Anagram Publishing House took patronage over the project, “Matzevot of Tarnów – camp for volunteers. Edition 2 “. We are very grateful!
It is the last day of the inventory at the Jewish cemetery in Tarnów in the framework of the project “Matzevot of Tarnów – camp for volunteers. Edition 2 “as part of a task implemented by the National Heritage Board in Poland,” Volunteering for Heritage 2017 “. We sincerely thank the participants of the project: students of the Institute of Jewish Studies at the Jagiellonian University and our wonderful volunteers from Tarnów’s schools!
We will soon be sharing our findings with you.
This week we have completed the inventory of the tombstones located in the E-quarter of the Jewish cemetery in Tarnów. We are now waiting to develop inscriptions and prepare a publication. We sincerely thank our wonderful volunteers for their work and commitment during the project, “Matzevot of Tarnów – camp for volunteers. Edition 2”!