MOTL New England’s Mission
The International March of the Living is an annual educational program, which brings individuals from all over the world to Poland and Israel, in order to study the history of the Holocaust and to examine the roots of prejudice, intolerance and hate.
Watch “EAGLES OVER AUSCHWITZ” on YouTube
Watch IDF pilots chosen from among those related to WWII holocaust survivors to Fly their F-15s from Israel to Auschwitz Poland to commemorate the loss of the 6 Million. It’s a Never Again statement that had Israel been in existence during the WWII they would have been the voice, the refuge and the shield of the Jewish people and might have prevented holocaust.
Comedy Night to Feature Tony V and Steve Calechman
December 7 Benefit in Support of March of the Living and Temple Israel of Sharon
SHARON / BOSTON, MASS. (Issued November 2019) — Two noted area comedians will take center stage for ‘A Night of Fun & Comedy’ on Saturday, December 7, in a unique program sponsored by the New England Friends of March of the Living (MOTL) and the Brotherhood of Temple Israel of Sharon.
The program, set to start at 7:30 pm, at the temple, will be hosted by Temple funnyman Harvey Wolf . Other highlights will be a silent auction, a raffle, and a live auction. Refreshments will be served. Program chairman is Jim Slovin and Larry Lencz as co-chairmen.
Headlining the show will be Tony V who has appeared on HBO, the A & E Network, MTV, and Comedy Central, as well as on Late Night with Conan O’Brien and on Seinfeld, among other shows and films. He has worked with Jay Leno, Kenny Rogers, Adam Sandler and The Beach Boys and has done benefits for Children’s Hospital, The Boston Food Bank, the American Cancer Society and many other worthy causes.
Also on the program is writer-comedian Steve Calechman, a contributing editor for Men’s Health whose articles have appeared in many other publications. He has worked with Sarah Silverman, Steven Wright and Bobcat Goldthwait, and acted in The Proposal with Sandra Bullock. Steve was a correspondent for the New England Patriots online and was the voice of the Boston Lobsters professional tennis team. He came in second on an episode of Jeopardy.
March of the Living (MOTL) (New England Chapter: (https://motlnewengland.org/ ), is a one-of-a-kind educational program which annually brings thousands of Jewish teens from around the world to Poland and Israel to study the history of the Holocaust and to examine the roots of prejudice, intolerance and hate. Irv Kempner of Sharon is CEO of the New England Friends of March of the Living and has led and participated in many MOTL trips. He is the son of Holocaust survivors,
Tickets are $36 per person through November 30 and $50 afterwards and at the door. Advance reservations strongly recommended. Attendees must be 21+. To RSVP and/ or pay online , visit www.tisharon.org/events-all/comedynight . For more info, email Jim Slovin at email@example.com or call (508) 846-2448. A limited amount of VIP Sponsor tables are available. By Stan Hurwitz / firstname.lastname@example.org
Join 13,000 teens from 50 countries!
MOTL, in its 32th year, inspires participants to become knowledgeable, active community leaders. Groups are led by local guides, historians and Holocaust survivors. MOTL has brought 260,000 teens to Eastern Europe and Israel.
Registration for the 2020 MOTL is now open. The teen trip will be held April 17-May 1, 2020 and will visit Poland and Israel.
There is also a second trip for adults.
The adult march will be held from April 20th – May 3rd, 2020 and will visit Poland, Hungary and Israel. Learn more and apply for the adult march here.
The International March of the Living expresses its deep concern over the recent CNN special, State of Hate, which reported a dramatic and shocking increase in the rise of Anti-Semitism in the US in the last few years.
Teens from New England marched from Auschwitz to Birkenau concentration camps in Poland led by Israeli President Reuven Rivlin. Then, just days later, they celebrated Israel’s 70th Independence Day in Jerusalem.