Nigdy Nie Zapomnij Klamac!

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Xlibris Corporation, 2011 - Fiction - 188 pages
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Felicia Bryn was born in Poland. She emigrated to Israel in 1957,where she met her husband, an American tourist, Rabbi Nathan Bryn. Shearrived in the United States in 1960, settling originally inPhiladelphia.Mrs. Bryn is well-known to the South Florida community. For 12 years,she was the Director of Russian Outreach, Inc., a non-profitorganization initiated by her son, Rabbi David Bryn OBM, which aidsRussian immigrants in resettling in the South Florida area. Since itsinception, in June of 1993, she has helped hundreds of Russianimmigrants with various needs. As an expression of gratitude for havingherself been saved from the Holocaust, Mrs. Bryn has dedicated her lifeto helping others.Felicia has an impressive educational and professional background. Sheobtained her BS in Computer Science from Florida InternationalUniversity, later to be followed by a MS in Computer Education fromBarry University. Previously she attended universities in Poland andIsrael.In addition to all her wonderful talents, Mrs. Bryn is multi-lingual.This has facilitated her ability to communicate and teach variousaudiences, a talent especially needed in South Florida. She has gracedmany classrooms in Philadelphia, New York and Miami. Many of the mostrespected members of the South Florida community have been her studentsduring her 17 years in one school alone-Landow Educational Center. Shehas been teaching for Neytz haChochma Exceptional Student Educationschool for 6 years, since the first day of its inception.Mrs. Bryn not only stresses the importance of educating specialchildren; she also puts her tremendous teaching expertise and lovingdedication into this mission. Years ago, there was a stigma attached tochildren who had any unidentified learning or emotional problems. Mrs.Felicia Bryn has dedicated herself to the noble cause of removing thisstigma by demonstrating to the larger community that these children canand should excel. Today, some of her Neytzkids, as our children areknown, are already successful college students, while others have beenamong the top standardized test achievers statewide. Surviving thetragedy of the Holocaust has given Mrs. Bryn special strength andability to address the needs of others. We are grateful to Mrs. Bryn forhelping to prepare these children to become productive members ofsociety.Dr.Dolly AizenmanAcademic DirectorNeytz haChochma ESE

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