The Ochberg winners

The top three of 70 entries submitted by high-school students in Ramat Hasharon.

By OCHBERG WINNERS
March 14, 2019 19:40
The Ochberg winners

Isaac Ochberg with Leah Zaicka, and Clara and Sally Tannenbaum, older orphans who were brought out as nurses. (photo credit: COURTESY DAVID SOLLY SANDLER)

 
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These are the three winners of The Isaac Ochberg Creative Writing Competition held recently at the Alon High School in Ramat Hasharon, chosen by the editor-in-chief of The Jerusalem Report, Steve Linde. “The standard of the writing I read was really high, and some of the stories, poems and interviews moved me to tears,” Linde says. “Congratulations to the organizers, the teachers and all the students who submitted entries! Ochberg’s legacy lives on!”

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