Many people gathered for the annual Westchester Countywide Holocaust Commemoration at Scarsdale Synagogue Temples Tremont and Emanu-El. (April 7, 2013)
Holocaust Survivors Ina, 90, and Jack Polak, 100,
Holocaust Survivors Ina, 90, and Jack Polak, 100, were the keynote speakers at the Scarsdale Synagogue Temples Tremont and Emanu-El for a Holocaust commemoration called "Keeping the Memory Alive: Generation to Generation." The Polaks have been married 67 years. Their book about their story is called "Steal a Pencil for Me." (April 7, 2013) (Credit: Lisa Weir)
Scarsdale Synagogue Temples Tremont and Emanu-El commemorate the
Scarsdale Synagogue Temples Tremont and Emanu-El commemorate the Holocaust with a program called "Keeping the Memory Alive: Generation to Generation." (April 7, 2013) (Credit: Lisa Weir)
Holocaust Survivors Ina and Jack Polak were the
Holocaust Survivors Ina and Jack Polak were the keynote speakers at the Scarsdale Synagogue Temples Tremont and Emanu-El Holocaust program "Keeping the Memory Alive: Generation to Generation." (April 7, 2013) (Credit: Lisa Weir)

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Scarsdale Synagogue Temples Tremont and Emanu-El commemorate the
Scarsdale Synagogue Temples Tremont and Emanu-El commemorate the Holocaust with a program called "Keeping the Memory Alive: Generation to Generation." (April 7, 2013) (Credit: Lisa Weir)
Robert Balonek and llana Davidson sing a duet,
Robert Balonek and llana Davidson sing a duet, "An Ordinary Breakfast," as part of the opera about the life of Holocaust survivors and keynote speakers Ina and Jack Polak. Balonek plays Jack and Davidson plays Ina. The performance is part of a Holocaust commemoration at Scarsdale Synagogue Temples Tremont and Emanu-El in Scarsdale. (April 7, 2013) (Credit: Lisa Weir)
Scarsdale Synagogue Temples Tremont and Emanu-El commemorate the
Scarsdale Synagogue Temples Tremont and Emanu-El commemorate the Holocaust with a program called "Keeping the Memory Alive: Generation to Generation." (April 7, 2013) (Credit: Lisa Weir)
Alexa Paige Fields, 3, of Manhatten, whispers a
Alexa Paige Fields, 3, of Manhatten, whispers a secret to her mom, Elissa Diamond-Fields, before a Holocaust ceremony with Holocaust survivors Ina and Jack Polak as keynote speakers at the Scarsdale Synagogue Temples Tremont and Emanu-El in Scarsdale. (April 7, 2013) (Credit: Lisa Weir)
Josha Fields sounds the shofar to begin the
Josha Fields sounds the shofar to begin the ceremonies at the Scarsdale Synagogue Temples Tremont and Emanu-El during a commemoration of the Holocaust called "Keeping the Memory Alive: Generation to Generation." (April 7, 2013) (Credit: Lisa Weir)

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Rep. Eliot Engel speaks during a commemoration of
Rep. Eliot Engel speaks during a commemoration of the Holocaust with a program called "Keeping the Memory Alive: Generation to Generation" at the Scarsdale Synagogue Temples Tremont and Emanu-El. Engel spoke of the importance of remembering the Holocaust. His family lost his great-grandmother in the Holocaust. (April 7, 2013) (Credit: Lisa Weir)
Alexa Paige Fields, 3, of Manhattan, sits with
Alexa Paige Fields, 3, of Manhattan, sits with her parents at the Scarsdale Synagogue Temples Tremont and Emanu-El during a program commemorating the Holocaust, "Keeping the Memory Alive: Generation to Generation." (April 7, 2013) (Credit: Lisa Weir)