Springfield Prayer/Action Chapter
Holocaust Survivor Erica Schwartz
At our upcoming April 15 meeting, we will have the honor of hosting Erika Schwartz, a Holocaust survivor, as we partake in Holocaust Remembrance week at the Concerned Women (CWA) for America of Missouri Springfield Prayer/Action Chapter.
Erica was born in a Hungarian Nazi ghetto in April 1944, just one day before the ghetto was sealed. Of the entire family, Erika and her mother were the sole survivors of the Holocaust. She will recount the story of the murder of her entire family and how she was able to change her life from one of depression and anger to daily celebrations of gratitude and joy.
Date: Saturday, April 15
Time: 9:30 a.m. – 11:30 a.m.
Location: The Baked Bean, 1860 N. Commerce Road, Nixa, MO (formerly the Walkabout Coffee Shop). Please arrive early if you would like to order coffee and a pastry.
Contact: For additional information, contact me (Tracy Dougan) at 417-766-2281 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
During the second half of the meeting, we will discuss the Book Feisty and Feminine by Concerned Women for America CEO and President Penny Nance. We will dive into Chapter 2: The Devaluation of Women.
You will not want to miss the powerful message of Erika Schwartz and join CWA of Missouri in our support of Israel.