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Why did the Nazis steal art they didn't like?


Mitch Bloomer presented a slide presentation showing the art that was stolen by the Nazis.

The Kinneret Council on Aging's monthly program "Coffee and Conversation" featured guest speaker Mitch Bloomer, of the Holocaust Center, on Wednesday, July 15. The topic presented was "Rejected Art: Stolen Art. Why did the Nazis steal so much art that they didn't like anyway?" Over 25 residents attended the program that featured a slide presentation and discussion of the stolen art.

Kinneret residents enjoyed the program, coffee and conversation.

"Coffee and Conversation" is a monthly program provided by the Kinneret Council on Aging to bring organizations and individuals from the community to Kinneret to provide cultural, topical and holiday programs to the residents of Kinneret Apartments. Any organizations or individuals interested in providing a program are encouraged to contact Leslie Collin at 425-4537.

The Kinneret Apartments are the Jewish community's twin residence towers for low income senior citizens located in downtown Orlando. The Kinneret Council on Aging (KCOA) is a non-profit agency that subsidizes a nutritious meal program as well as supplemental services to keep our seniors aging in place.


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