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Kolo Shtetl is managed by:Shtetl Coordinator: Ken Drabinsky (contact: kadrabinsky at telus dot net)
Active Participants: Roberta Books, Leon Zamosc
This is the trip taken back to Kolo and Chelmo by the grandson of Rotbart.