CDS sculpture represents lives lost during the Holocaust
Community Day School held a site dedication of the Keeping Tabs Holocaust Sculpture, Thursday, April 19.
Held in conjunction with YomHaShoa, Holocaust Remembrance Day, the event celebrated the sculpture project, started by history teacher Bill Walter in 1996. The sculpture will be shaped as the Star of David, comprised of 960 glass blocks and filled with 6 million alumminum can tabs. The tabs represent the number of Jewish lives lost during the Holocaust.