Hobe Sound students get lesson on cost of Holocaust
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By KELLY TYKO
kelly.tyko@scripps.com
March 18, 2007
HOBE SOUND — The students in Portable 2 learned about hate last week.

And as 80-year-old Lisl Bogart spoke before the fifth-grade gifted class about how she survived the Holocaust, the SeaWind Elementary students learned that a slice of bread can stand for freedom.

Bogart, of Delray Beach, was a guest speaker in Karen Clark’s class Thursday, which was also the 68th anniversary of the day Germany invaded Czechoslovakia.

“I was growing up just like all of you. I had a wonderful life,” Bogart said, noting her family included 43 people

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