- May 9 @ 1:00 pm
- June 7 @ 4:00 pm
Doing the Right Thing ~ Making a Difference
Each school year in the City of Naples, students are recognized when they Do the Right Thing. The program is designed to recognize school aged children within our community who are doing good things. The Do the Right Thing program is a community based initiative which brings the Naples Police Department together with our community, local businesses, local schools, community organizations, city recreational centers, and most importantly, our youth. The goal of this program is to reinforce exemplary behavior while helping to build self esteem. It is also our intent to build bridges of trust throughout our community and to publicly thank our youth for their positive deeds and contributions to this community.
This year, the Holocaust Museum & Education Center of Southwest Florida has joined in this partnership to increase the recognition of young people in our community who exemplify the characteristics of responsibility, respect, service, compassion and courage. Seven of these young people have been selected to receive addition recognition for their deeds that most closely connect with the Museum’s mission.
Doing the Right Thing ~ Making a Difference is made possible by the following people and organizations:
The City of Naples Naples Police Department The Do the Right Thing Committee, made up of:
Mayor John Sorey ▪ Michael Joyce (Assistant Principal, NHS) ▪ Lise Sundrla (B.I.D. Executive Director 5th Av. S.) ▪ Sharon Kenny (Aqualane Shores H.O.A. Board member) ▪ Willie Anthony (River Park H.O.A. Vice President) ▪ Kevin Huelsman (Principal Gulfview Middle School) ▪ Patrick O’Connor (Local Businessman and DTRT Committee Chairperson) ▪ F.E. Nortman (President of the Gulf Shore Association of Condominiums)
The Gulfshore Playhouse
The Naples Art Association
The Naples Botanical Garden
James & Brigitte Marino
Anthony & Karlene Margolis
Gary & Janet Ellis
St. Matthew’s House Catering
- June 13 @ 1:00 pm
- October 1 @ 4:00 pm
The Holocaust Museum & Education Center of Southwest Florida
is pleased to present its first interactive exhibit,
The Faktor Investigation: Finding the Story in the Details, this
June thru October 2015. This exhibit gives you the unique opportunity
to learn how individual men and women were personally affected by
the Holocaust. We invite you to examine the life of Stanislaus and
Sala Faktor by using their personal letters and documents.
Previously untold, their story gives insight into the plight of many forced to leave Europe in the face of Nazi oppression. This special exhibit focuses on the Faktors’ early lives and careers in Nazi Germany, their immigration to the United States and their communication with family members across the world.