Maltz Museum Reception Honors Donors

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S. Lee Kohrman, Esq.

S. Lee Kohrman, Esq.

On October 15, Legal Aid held a private reception at the Maltz Museum of Jewish Heritage to recognize significant donors who pursue justice by supporting Legal Aid. The visit to the museum was coordinated with the special “Violins of Hope” exhibit. Docents were available so attendees could experience these painstakingly restored instruments which serve as testaments to the resilience of the human spirit, the power of music, and a reminder that we should all pursue justice. Rebecca Benjamin, a violinist from the Cleveland Institute of Music, played one of the restored violins in a touching performance.

At the event, S. Lee Kohrman received a special plaque in recognition of his ongoing support for Legal Aid and for his personal commitment to justice over his career. Kohrman remarked it was fitting to receive an award engraved “Justice, Justice shall you pursue,” a quote from Deuteronomy, at the Maltz Museum because of the connection between the Jewish community’s efforts to level the playing field and end poverty and Legal Aid’s work providing access to justice. Join Legal Aid in pursing justice – give today at www.lasclev.org/donate!

 

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