The Lithuanian Jewish Community invited Jewish scouts for a winter hike on February 17. The delegation left by train for Žasliai where they were welcomed by the town alderman and local students. The scouts presented the community and the school with a gift, the ghetto diary of Yitzhak Rudashevski in Lithuanian.
The hike began through Strošiūnai Forest where the scouts learned how to build a fire and had a snack.
Hikers later visited the Jewish mass murder site in Strošiūnai Forest where everyone laid a stone in memory of the victims. The hike concluded at the Žiežmariai Cultural Center where the scouts, along with Kaišiadorys regional administration head Vytenis Tomkus, they raised and viewed the traditional Žiežmariai haShomer haTzair scouting flag, generously donated for the occasion by the Vilna Gaon State Jewish Museum.
The scouts visited the Žiežmariai currently undergoing restoration, where Vytautas Budvytis gave everyone a tour and told them about the relicts of the Jewish past in the town of Žiežmariai.
The Goodwill Foundation supported the scouting event.