I live in a region of Poland where people of different denominations and nationalities coexist – a true cultural melting pot. As a child, I would walk past a Jewish cemetery to visit my grandparents. My grandma and grandpa would often tell us fascinating stories filled with exotic names, strange words – about the synagogue, houses and professions that Jews of Narewka would have. Nachtul, Mouszka Judejło, Birenbaum, Hana and many others – these were my heroes from stories that seemed like fairy tales. I work in Narewka’s Community Center as a cultural affairs instructor. I studied pedagogy, history and archeology. What is my contribution to Polish-Jewish relations? I talk. Descendants of Narewka Jews come to visit my town from all over the world and they would like to talk to someone.