Most of those residents who left Shumsk in the 1930s
or survived World War II made their way to Israel. They published
the yizkor book Sefer
Zikaron Le-Kedoshe Shumsk in 1968.
Those with a connection to Shumsk still assemble at
the Seminar Hakibbutzim in Tel Aviv each August for the Kremenets and
Shumsk Association in Israel's meeting and
memorial ceremony. If you plan to be in Israel and are interested
information, you may inquire here.
You can read a description of the 2009 memorial service here.
Shumsk descendents in Israel have also been
responsible for the erection of a permanent fence around what remains
of the Shumsk Jewish cemetery.
A memorial to Shumsk exists in the Holon Cemetery, and can be viewed here.