In a new release, the city of Sandy Springs Monday announced the Georgia Commission on the Holocaust will host a ribbon-cutting ceremony Tuesday to celebrate the renewal of the Anne Frank Exhibit agreement with the city during Holocaust Remembrance Week. The new contract is for three years.
Holocaust Remembrance Week, which started Sunday and ends this Sunday, commemorates the six million Jews who perished during the Holocaust. The Anne Frank in the World: 1929-1945 Exhibit opened in Sandy Springs in February 2010.
The exhibit, owned by the Anne Frank House and operated by the Georgia Commission on the Holocaust, offers visitors the opportunity to learn more about the life of Anne Frank and the terrible events of the Holocaust.
Information: visit www.sandyspringsga.gov.