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Moriah Holds Sixth Grade Heritage Fair

The Heritage Fair isn’t just an event for showcasing family traditions; it’s a profound educational journey that imparts invaluable lessons about the significance of safeguarding one’s familial legacy. Over the course of the academic year, students embarked on a quest to unearth and explore cherished artifacts and heirlooms that held profound meaning within their family narratives. This enriching endeavor was made possible through the dedicated guidance of Rachel Schwartz and Morah Davida Greenberg, along with the indispensable technical support of Rachel Kaminetzky.

On the much-anticipated Heritage Fair Day, students eagerly shared their meticulously curated projects with peers, teachers and their families. Each artifact was displayed proudly, and accompanied by vivid accounts of the family history each item represents. For the sixth graders, this experience wasn’t just about historical documentation; it was a profound opportunity to forge meaningful connections with their family and their past.

Throughout the day, the Heritage Fair buzzed with activity, featuring engaging workshops centered around the preservation of family mesorah. In the evening, the fair was filled with proud parents and grandparents visiting the students’ presentations. It was a momentous occasion, marked by a collective spirit of celebration and community as families congregated to honor their shared heritage.

The Heritage Fair served as more than just a commemoration; it stood as a testament to the enduring value of safeguarding each families’ legacy for generations to come. In embracing and cherishing their roots, these students not only honored the past but also laid a foundation for a future steeped in tradition and connection.

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