Reuben Ginsberg, Anna Aron's brother, and his wife Betty donated a Torah pointer in memory of their brother-in-law. The Torah pointer, also known in Hebrew as a "yad," is used while reading the Torah to help follow the script.


Anna Aron continued to dedicate herself to the project as curator of the museum, adopting the inspiring motto: "It is not what you have, but what you share that counts."