We had the honor of having a Mr. Pace. speak to our students this week. Mr. Pace spent 4 years in a concentration camp at the age of 14. His story was not only eye-opening but inspiring. I cannot even image what this man has seen and heard. Mr. Pace considers himself blessed and lucky to be alive. After years of being confined and tortured, Mr. Pace has gone on to live an amazing life. He has raised four children, three of them have become doctors. He started his own business from scratch and eventually had over 400 employees. But best of all, he spends his retired years speaking to schools. I am almost 30 years old and this was the first time I have ever met a Holocaust survivor, and it is a story I will never forget.