A small town in Southern Lithuania
Where the Jewish Community is no more
Shtetl Life -  Youth Groups
n the 1930's  two "Kibbutzei Hachshara" (Training Kibbutzim) on behalf of "HeChalutz" and the General Zionists acted in Vilkovishk. Many of these "Chalutzim" made "Aliyah" and were among the founders of the Kibbutzim Beth-Zera, Givath-Brener, Dafna, Yagur, Tel-Yosef etc.

Sport activities were carried out at "Maccabi" with its 168 members, "Bar-Kochva", "HaPoel", "Betar", and the Yiddishists "Y.A.K", which included football, gymnastics, bicycle riding, swimming and table tennis.
First Group of He-Halutz Movement Ubran Kibbuty. Vilkaviskis, Lithuania, 1933
General Zionists Party Pioneer Convention in Kibbutz Hachshara, Vilkaviskis, 1930
Group of Betar membres, Vilkaviskis, Lithuania, April 3, 1929
Group of Betar membres, Vilkaviskis, Lithuania, April 3, 1929
Histadrut Scouts Youth Movement Members. Vilkaviskis, Lithuania 1924
Maccabi girls, Vilkaviskis, Lithuania 1924.
Maccabi members from Vilkaviskis, Lithuania, on a bicycle trip to Koenigsberg, Germany. Vilkaviskis, Lithuania, c. 1932
Members of Ha-Shomer Ha-Tza'ir branch in Vilkaviskis, Lithuania,1929
Members of Hashomer Hatzair Vilkaviskis, Lithuania
Members of 'Hashomer Hatzair', Vilkaviskis, Lithuania, 1927.
Members of Herut U Tehiya Zionist Movement, Vilkaviskis, 1925
Members of Maccabi Vilkaviskis, Lithuania 1922
Members of the Committee of the Scouts Youth Movement, Vilkaviskis, Lithuania, c1928
Members of 'The Nine Wing' of Hehalutz Branch at Vilkaviskis, Lithuania, 1934
Members of the Scouts Youth Movement in Vilkaviskis, Lithuania, 1928
Photo of members of 'Bar Kochva' from Koenigsberg and the local Maccabi members, Vilkaviskis, Lithuania, 1933
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Scouts Youth Movement Committee Members, Vilkaviskis, Lithuania, 1928