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Last chance to hear Anne Frank's sister speak in Florida


Anne Frank’s stepsister, Eva Schloss, is a Holocaust survivor bringing her message of peace to Orlando. This will be her final appearance in Florida and it will be held at the Rosen Plaza Hotel, 9700 International Drive in Orlando, at 7:30 p.m. on Monday, March 10. A question-and-answer session follows her one-hour talk.

Schloss plans to share her story about her relationship with Anne Frank, the loss of her father and brother in Auschwitz, and the struggle to make a new life after the war. This message is meant for everyone, not just those of the Jewish faith. However, her message is mainly focused on youth to end prejudicial killing.

“I feel it is a mission now,” Schloss said. “People are really interested. There are a lot of things young people can relate to,” Schloss said.

Tickets are $20 before March 1, and $28 after March 1, for general admission, and can be purchased at http://www.JewishOrlando.com/HistoricEvening. Sponsors are $360 and include two VIP tickets, a prior private cocktail reception with Mrs. Schloss, and a signed copy of her book, “Eva’s Story.”


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