The ATT’s Kirsche Department of Holocaust Studies invites the community to a meaningful Tisha B’Av Program (for adults and children ages 16+) at the Illinois Holocaust Museum, 9603 Woods Drive, Skokie, on Sunday, August 14th from 1:30 - 5:00 (Museum admission closes at 4:00; Mincha at 4:15). Complimentary program includes videos, main exhibit tour (for tour times, visit www.att.org; note: the last tour starts at 3:15), and a personal narrative by Mr. Aaron Elster, a hidden child Holocaust survivor and current vice president of the Illinois Holocaust Museum. No pre-registration. Visit www.att.org for program times. Program sponsored in part by the Hartman Family Foundation.
Close to 200 people attended the ATT's 2016 Awards Presentation and Annual Meeting, where they were welcomed by Mr. Shalom Klein, MC for the evening, Mr. Stephen J. Landes, Co-President of the ATT, Rabbi Mordechai Raizman, Executive Director of Operations and Rabbi Avrohom S. Moller, Superintendent of Education. A nomination report was given by Stan Gertz, member of the Nominations Committee, followed by the election of the 2016-2017 ATT Board.