Holocaust rescuer and survivor tells her story June 4

Tuesday, May 16, 2017

Foss is honored to present Jeannie Smith, daughter of Irene Gut Opdyke, a Holocaust rescuer and survivor, who will be telling her mother’s story.

The story she tells, although filled with the horrors and hate that the Holocaust holds, also brings the message that faith, love and hope can triumph over evil.

It proclaims the conviction that one by one we can say no to hatred, persecution, and prejudice.

The story speaks of the power of love and encourages the fact that ‘One person can make a difference!” Love is the greatest weapon we have. Hate is easy, it takes real courage to love.

Irene Gut Opdyke

Visit the Foss website for tickets and more information. 

Sunday, June 4th at 3pm
Shoreline Community College
Main Dining Room - Bldg. 9000 (campus maps)
16101 Greenwood Ave N / Shoreline

There is a $10 admission. Tickets can be purchased by visiting the Foss website or contact Kim Hardwick by phone 206-834-2581 or email

Foss Home and Village is located at 13023 Greenwood Avenue N.


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