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Words from a group study exchange team member

“In Warsaw, Woijeich Sierpinski, a Rotary club president, took me on a tour that I will never forget. We visited his parent’s house – where they lived during World War II. There in the kitchen, under a dusty stack of crates was a secret wood panel in the floor. Woijeich removed the panel to reveal a tiny room underneath the kitchen floor where his parents hid their neighbors – a Jewish family – during the war. As I stood speechless, listening to Woijeich describe how they evaded the Nazis, I realized the full value of the group study exchange program.”

Ian Oxman, group study exchange member from California

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