Letters Received

 

Our visits to Survivors result in a variety of relationships, sometimes including their letter stack (Small)families.  We were blessed to receive two communications, one of which brought us sadness.

The third note was a warm letter of a new partnership.

 

(Sent to us from Survivors)

Dear Friends!

 Thank you for the attention and love you give us! Thank you for your faithful service in the name of the Lord!

I pray upon you peace, success and God’s blessings.

 “Beloved, I pray that in all respects you may prosper and be in good health, just as your soul prospers.” (3 John 1:2)

 With love from the Sonkins

Max and Haya

 

(Sent to us from the son of a Survivor)

“I am sorry to announce to you that my mother, Anna, died in 15th November, 2015.  Thank you for the kind support all these years.”

 M., Anna’s son

 

 (A thank you note for donating to the Ghetto Fighter’s House Museum, Akko, Israel)

 Dear Ms. Heagy

Please accept our gratitude for the copies of your book “Why is Great-Grandma  So  Great-Grandma cover (Small)Sad?“, which you have donated to our  library.

Your book is a great tool to teach the holocaust subject to young children.  Your book is a very special and significant addition to our library collection in English.

Thank you again for your generosity

Sincerely,

Dafna Itzkovich, Library manager

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