SLATE OF OFFICERS
Pam Steinhilber Daub
Lori Di Pentima
Members at Large
BOROUGH OF TOTOWA PUBLIC LIBRARY FOUNDATION SCHOLARSHIP FOR PASSAIC VALLEY HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS
Class of 2020 Local Scholarships are now available in guidance. The deadline to submit completed applications is Tuesday, March 3rd. No exceptions will be made.
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The Borough of Totowa Public Library Foundation is a 501(c)(3) charitable organization. Please consider making a tax deductible donation above.
WHO ARE WE?
Established in 2011, the Foundation was created to protect, enhance and advocate on behalf of the Borough of Totowa Public Library. The Foundation is a nonprofit 501(C)(3) organization that explores ways to raise funds for programs and improvements to the facility.
Please consider making a tax-deductible gift to the Borough of Totowa Public Library Foundation. Your donation will ensure that the library will continue to make a difference in our community, while helping to improve its capacity to serve the residents of Totowa. The Foundation hosts various events and fundraisers including an Italian Family Style Dinner held annually in January. We hope to see you there!
WHEN DO WE MEET?
All Foundation meetings are publicized in the local newspapers.
BOROUGH OF TOTOWA PUBLIC LIBRARY FOUNDATION SCHOLARSHIP FOR NON-PASSAIC VALLEY HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS
Remembering the Holocaust & Remembering the late Raymond Fishler
Holocaust Survivor and author of “Once We Were Eight”
Thursday, April 23rd, 2020 | 6:30pm
Neil Garfinkle, Program Liaison, The Holocaust and Jewish Resistance Teachers Program; Teacher Fellow, The United States Holocaust Memorial Museum; and High School History Teacher at the High School for Law and Public Service in New York City.
Neil will speak about his experiences with The Holocaust and Jewish Resistance Teachers Program, which provides an intensive two week summer learning and living experience in Germany and Poland for U.S. secondary school teachers who are committed to teaching about the Holocaust and Jewish resistance in their classes upon completion of the program.
Excerpts from the book as well as video clip interviews with Raymond will be shared.
The evening will conclude with a reading by the winner of the “Remembering the Holocaust Essay Contest“
The essay contest is open to Little Falls, Totowa, and Woodland Park high school students with Library cards.
Essay Prize sponsored by the Borough of Totowa Public Library Foundation
Copies of “Once We Were Eight” will be available for purchase.
Photos from our Annual Italian Family Style Dinner at The Brownstone House