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This year is very special to CANDLES because it marks the 18th anniversary of the museum's first opening in 1995. In Jewish tradition the number 18 is associated with life and luck. Celebrate this anniversary by becoming a member for $18, and your support will breathe new life into our organization.
Auschwitz survivor and Mengele Twin Eva Mozes Kor can be contacted for interview requests by calling the museum at 812-234-7881 or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
STUDENTS: Eva receives many requests for interviews. Before attempting to contact her, please read about her on our website or in the books Echoes from Auschwitz and Surviving the Angel of Death, or watch the DVD Forgiving Dr. Mengele. Many basic questions can be answered through these materials, which will help save Eva's time and energy.
Get up-to-the-minute news about Eva by following her on Twitter @evamozeskor. You may also want to follow CANDLES @candlesmuseum and Executive Director Kiel Majewski @kielmajewski.
Mengele Twins Initiative
CANDLES is beginning a new program to find information about the Mengele Twins.
Please click here to learn more about the CANDLES Mengele Twins Initiative.
Golden Spike Campaign
Through the Golden Spike Campaign we aim to raise $200,000 through sponsorships of commemorative railroad spikes driven into the train tracks next to CANDLES Holocaust Museum and Education Center. Please click here to learn more.
Catch Eva Kor On the Road
Auschwitz survivor Eva Kor will be speaking in the following cities soon. Check our website regularly for updates, and keep in mind that Eva speaks every Saturday (unless she is out of town) at the museum starting at 1 pm. Email email@example.com for more information or to bring Eva Kor to your city!
May 6 -- 6 pm -- Lebanon, Missouri
-- Lebanon High School, sponsored by
the Lebanon Chamber of Commerce
and Heritage Bank of the Ozarks
May 24 -- 12:30-1:45 pm -- Beachwood, Ohio
-- Beachwood Middle School
Check out the CANDLES Blog!
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