On Sunday, March 25, Valley Chabad’s Eternal Flame began its fifth year in Woodcliff Lake. The teen fellowship program, a project of Valley Chabad and the George and Martha Rich Foundation, is for high school students.

Holocaust survivor Sam Bradin of Suffern, N.Y., who will be 89 next month, was the guest of honor. He told the story of his life as a teenager at Auschwitz, including the loss of his entire family to the Nazis; his older brother died just 10 days before the British liberated his camp. Parents were invited to join their children for Mr. Bradin’s talk.

The next Eternal Flame session, on Sunday, April 15, will focus on Israel and anti-Semitism on college campuses.

For information, email Rabbiyosef@valleychabad.org or call (201) 476-0157.