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Temple<br />

Adas<br />

Shalom<br />

M O N T H L Y<br />

N E W S L E T T E R<br />

2<br />

3<br />

4<br />

5<br />

13<br />

14<br />

President's Message<br />

RPC Message<br />

<strong>January</strong><br />

Service Multi Access<br />

Information and Links<br />

Kehillah MAGNET<br />

Adult Education<br />

Upcoming Educational<br />

Events<br />

Sisterhood News &<br />

Events<br />

Safety & Security<br />

<strong>January</strong> <strong>2023</strong> Calendar<br />

of Events<br />

November 2022 –<br />

Donors<br />

Mi Sheberakh<br />

Recently Passed<br />

<strong>January</strong> <strong>2023</strong><br />

Yahrzeits Observed<br />

Contents<br />

J A N U A R Y 2 0 2 3 | 8 T H O F T E V E T - 9 T H O F S H ' V A T 5 7 8 3<br />

Rabbi Meeka’s Musings<br />

Dear Temple Adas Shalom friends,<br />

As we gather to celebrate the joyous<br />

festival of Hanukkah, AKA Festival of<br />

Lights, let us also, take a moment to<br />

honor and pay tribute to the members<br />

of our congregation who have been so<br />

incredibly dedicated to our temple by<br />

volunteering their time to assist during<br />

this transition in our main office.<br />

The ancient story of Hanukkah is a<br />

story of perseverance and resilience.<br />

The Maccabees, a small group of<br />

Jews, fought against all odds to<br />

reclaim the Beit ha’Mikdash, our<br />

ancient Holy Temple in Jerusalem,<br />

and rededicate it to God. They were<br />

able to do so thanks to their<br />

unwavering faith, dedication, and<br />

determination.<br />

In the same way, several of our<br />

congregants have persevered and<br />

remained dedicated<br />

to our community, despite all<br />

challenges during this time, when<br />

our main office administrator<br />

position has been vacant.<br />

These dedicated volunteers, headed<br />

by our President Mark Wolkow, have<br />

all been a source of support and<br />

guidance for us all, and we are<br />

grateful for their time and energy:<br />

Roslyn Belkin – Office support<br />

Fred Edeson - Security<br />

Mike Goldman - Technology<br />

Mindy Goldman - <strong>Newsletter</strong>/Bulletin<br />

Mike Gordon - ShulCloud/Kesef/Payroll<br />

Henry Hoffman - Office/member support<br />

Sara Laskowski - Shulcloud reporting for<br />

<strong>Newsletter</strong>/Bulletin<br />

Kathy Lazarski - Office/email<br />

Steve Marksamer - ShulCloud Membership<br />

Paula Mullis - Office/member support/filing<br />

Irwin Rosenfeld - Maintaining our sanctuary<br />

Brian Schorr - Financial<br />

Naomi Walton - Office/member support<br />

Terry Weiner - Accounts Payable<br />

Let us take this opportunity to thank and honor<br />

these shining lights of our community, as<br />

we continue to be inspired by their example of<br />

dedication to our synagogue.<br />

Chag Urim Sameach! Happy Festival of Lights!<br />

With love<br />

Rabbi Meeka and Dave Simerly<br />

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President's Message<br />

Mark Wolkow<br />

"May I have your<br />

attention please!"<br />

Sitting on a Southwest airplane<br />

preparing for takeoff, the flight<br />

attendant is going through her<br />

usual spiel. Having heard this so many<br />

times on countless flights, I’m only half<br />

paying attention when I hear her<br />

say “… we are here for your comfort<br />

and safety. If anything during our<br />

flight makes you feel unsafe or<br />

uncomfortable, please let one of<br />

us (the flight attendants) know”.<br />

Which made me think: this is what<br />

Temple Adas Shalom is all about, too.<br />

We are certainly about safety… our<br />

primary job is to ensue the safety of all<br />

members and guests at all times,<br />

regardless of what is happening or<br />

where it takes place.<br />

We are also here for one another’s<br />

comfort. Think about the many ways<br />

we experience discomfort… and how<br />

being part of <strong>TAS</strong> can provide relief:<br />

when physically ill, we provide a meal<br />

or transportation; when emotionally<br />

upset, a shoulder to cry on or a timely<br />

prayer; if spiritually<br />

RPC Message<br />

Melissa Immel<br />

It's Cold Outside, but it's warm at the Shul! While<br />

unfulfilled, a rabbi to go to who will<br />

help you on your personal journey.<br />

When you start to peel the<br />

onion a bit, there is even<br />

more. You may feel<br />

disconnected; <strong>TAS</strong> offers<br />

programs and activities to<br />

bring people together. You<br />

may miss learning opportunities<br />

that you cherished when younger; <strong>TAS</strong><br />

has a rich array of adult education. Or<br />

you may simply feel the need to give<br />

back and help others; <strong>TAS</strong> certainly has<br />

you covered there. And the truth is,<br />

this only scratches the surface.<br />

So, on behalf of the pilot and the crew…<br />

er… the Rabbi and the Board of<br />

Trustees, I encourage each and every<br />

member of the congregation to let us<br />

know how we can make you feel safer<br />

or more comfortable - any time or any<br />

way.<br />

Shalom,<br />

Mark<br />

Temple Adas Shalom President<br />

winter is in full swing and it will be some time before we<br />

see any signs of spring, we can take comfort in the fact that<br />

the days will slowly become longer and there is still plenty to do at Shul!<br />

<strong>January</strong><br />

Service Multi Access<br />

Information and<br />

Links<br />

FRIDAY NIGHT SHABBAT SERVICE<br />

https://zoom.us/j/85758681892 *<br />

Meeting ID: 857 5868 1892<br />

Password: Shabbat22<br />

Friday, <strong>January</strong> 6th -<br />

English Enhanced Torah Service<br />

Live Streaming starts at 6:45pm<br />

In-Person service starts at 7:00pm<br />

Friday, <strong>January</strong> 13th -<br />

Shabbat Torah & MLK Tribute Service<br />

Live Streaming starts at 6:45pm<br />

In-Person service starts at 7:00pm<br />

Friday, <strong>January</strong> 20th<br />

Family Shabbat Service<br />

Live Streaming starts at 6:10pm<br />

In-Person service starts at 6:15pm<br />

Friday, <strong>January</strong> 27th<br />

Shabbat Torah Service<br />

Live Streaming starts at 6:45pm<br />

In-Person service starts at 7:00pm<br />

DO YOU KNOW? SECURITY FEATURES<br />

https://zoom.us/j/89045106405 *<br />

Meeting ID: 890 4510 6405<br />

Password: 603082<br />

Monday, <strong>January</strong> 16th<br />

Live Streaming starts at 7:30pm<br />

In-Person session starts at 7:30pm<br />

QUARTERLY BOOK DISCUSSION<br />

https://zoom.us/j/86414041247?<br />

Meeting ID: 864 1404 1247<br />

Passcode: 706416<br />

Saturday, <strong>January</strong> 21st<br />

Live Streaming starts at 10:00am<br />

There's an English Enhanced Torah Service led by Mark Wolkow and David<br />

Jaffe on <strong>January</strong> 6th, and you won’t want to miss our MLK Tribute Service led<br />

by Rabbi Meeka, with music by Mike Mullis on <strong>January</strong> 13th.<br />

Join us for a lively Family Service on <strong>January</strong> 20th at 6:15, as Rabbi Meeka and<br />

Mike Mullis lead a worship service where you will want to tap your feet and<br />

sing and dance with children and young families. We conclude the month as Rabbi<br />

Meeka and the <strong>TAS</strong> Choir lead us in an<br />

eye-level STorah E L L I NService.<br />

G H O M E S S I N C E 2 0 0 5<br />

B’Shalom,<br />

Melissa Immel<br />

RPC Chair<br />

PH: 123-456-7890<br />

Did you miss a Shabbat?<br />

Visit our Virtual Experience<br />

page to view our recording<br />

archive.<br />

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Upcoming<br />

Educational<br />

Events<br />

FAMILY SHABBAT<br />

DINNER & SERVICE<br />

Friday, <strong>January</strong> 20<br />

Dinner at 5:30pm<br />

Service at 6:15pm<br />

(see flyer)<br />

QUARTERLY BOOK<br />

DISCUSSION [ZOOM]<br />

Saturday, <strong>January</strong> 21<br />

10:00am - 11:30am<br />

(see flyer)<br />

TOT SHIRA<br />

Sunday, <strong>January</strong> 29<br />

11:15am - 11:45am<br />

YOUTH GROUP MEETING<br />

Sunday, <strong>January</strong> 8<br />

Sunday, <strong>January</strong> 22<br />

10:30am -11:30am<br />

TU B'SHEVAT<br />

COMMUNITY SEDER<br />

Sunday, February 5<br />

12:00pm<br />

LUNCH & LEARN [ZOOM]<br />

Tuesday, February 21<br />

12:00pm - 1:30pm<br />

PURIM CARNIVAL<br />

Sunday, February 26<br />

12:00pm - 2:00pm<br />

Adult Education<br />

Brian Folus<br />

A continued thank you to everyone who helps support our<br />

wonderful school!<br />

Kehillah MAGNET is STILL growing with new registrants starting in <strong>January</strong>! If you have a child or<br />

know of a family with children who would be interested in knowing more about their Jewish<br />

heritage, Kehillah MAGNET might be the learning environment for them! Contact our principal,<br />

Sarah O’Donnell, at principal@templeadasshalom.org, to discuss upcoming events and visit our<br />

school!<br />

REGULAR PROGRAMMING<br />

FAMILY SHABBAT SERVICE: Each month, Rabbi Meeka and Mike Mullis, choir director and music<br />

teacher, lead one Friday night service that is designed with families in mind. Family Shabbat nights<br />

begin at 5:30 pm with a child-friendly meal, and the service runs from 6:15 – 7:00 pm. Meals cost $5<br />

per person or $15 for member families who RSVP through their ShulCloud Account. Attending<br />

Family Shabbat is a great way to enjoy the company of friends, relax after a long week, and provide<br />

further understanding of Hebrew learning! Our next Family Shabbat Dinner & Service will be on<br />

Friday, <strong>January</strong> 20, 2022. All are welcome!<br />

TOT SHIRA: Each month, Kehillah MAGNET welcomes families with children 5 and under to attend<br />

the Pre-K/K music class at our religious school. “Tot Shira” is a wonderful way to introduce little ones<br />

to our dedicated teachers and fantastic students. Our upcoming Tot Shira will be held at the<br />

synagogue on Sunday, <strong>January</strong> 29, from 11:15 to 11:45 am. We can’t wait to see you there!<br />

YOUTH GROUP MEETING: This meeting is held bi-monthly with teens in grades 9-12 and is designed<br />

to build relationships and have an informative discussion on various Jewish-related topics.<br />

Refreshments will be provided. This month’s youth group meetings will be held on Sunday, <strong>January</strong><br />

8, <strong>2023</strong>, and <strong>January</strong> 22, <strong>2023</strong>, from 10:30-11:30 a.m.<br />

ADDITIONAL UPCOMING FAMILY FRENDLY EVENTS (details to come!):<br />

Tu B’Shevat Community Seder (Sun, Feb. 5, <strong>2023</strong>): 12:00 pm<br />

Purim Carnival (Sun, Feb. 26, <strong>2023</strong>): 12:00 – 2:00 pm<br />

Purim Dinner (Sun, Mar. 5, <strong>2023</strong>): 6:00 – 7:30 pm<br />

We look forward to seeing you all soon!<br />

Joel Yoffee<br />

Kehillah MAGNET Religious School Committee Chair<br />

I hope everyone had a great Chanukah and a Happy<br />

New Year. With the New Year your Adult Ed<br />

Committee is looking at a new way of offering<br />

programs.<br />

You should, by now, have received a survey asking you what<br />

programs and classes you would be interested in participating in or<br />

even leading. I hope you will take the time to answer this survey so<br />

that we may better serve you our fellow congregants. I would like to<br />

thank David Dirlam for creating the survey and the entire Adult Ed<br />

committee for working through the editing process to give us the<br />

best survey possible.<br />

Starting on <strong>January</strong> 21 at 10:00 am on Zoom we will have<br />

our next Book Discussion. The book is “Unorthodox” and the<br />

S E L L I N G H O M E S S I N C E 2 0 0 5<br />

discussion will be led by Roz Spergel. Unorthodox: The<br />

Scandalous Rejection of My Hasidic Roots is a 2012 memoir<br />

PH: 123-456-7890<br />

by Deborah Feldman. In the book, she documents her life<br />

in an ultra-religious Jewish community in Brooklyn, New<br />

York. The Netflix miniseries Unorthodox is loosely based on<br />

the book<br />

Kehillah MAGNET<br />

Sarah O’Donnell & Joel Yoffee<br />

Then on February 21 at noon, also on Zoom will be our first<br />

Lunch & Learn of <strong>2023</strong>, our guest speaker is our own Kevin<br />

Bress Esq.<br />

In March, in preparation for Passover, we are offering our<br />

first evening presentation “Dessert & Discuss” with Diana<br />

Wolkow who will share her baking skills showing us how to<br />

make some tasty<br />

Pesach desserts. You can find last year’s video on the Adult<br />

Ed page of our new website. This video should put you in the<br />

mood for this delicious event.<br />

April 22 will be our next in-person event with an Adult Ed.<br />

Film Night. The film title to be announced soon.<br />

We truly hope you will join us for these u pcoming events<br />

and send us suggestions and requests for topics or movies or<br />

programs you would like the Adult Ed. Committee to provide<br />

for you.<br />

As always feel free to sit in on a meeting, just click on the<br />

link in the Calendar.<br />

Looking forward to hearing from you!<br />

Shalom,<br />

Brian Folus<br />

Adult Ed. Chair<br />

Sarah O’Donnell<br />

Kehillah MAGNET Principal<br />

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Sisterhood News<br />

Pat Wolkow & Denise Gordon<br />

December proved to be a fun and exciting month for the<br />

women of Temple Adas Shalom.<br />

It began on December 3 with Denise Gordon and her group of volunteers<br />

setting up the Social Hall for one of the top events for the students of the<br />

Religious School, shopping for Hanukkah! The Sisterhood gift shop had its<br />

annual sale for students and parents during school hours on both December<br />

4 and 11th. Thanks so much to all our volunteers. We could not have done it<br />

without you. It is so nice to be able to shop for Hanukkah where there are<br />

more than a few token Hanukkah items to buy.<br />

December 11th was a very busy day since we also had our annual Hanukkah party following<br />

the gift shop sale. Debbie Delaney, Ellen Farkas, and Denise Gordon planned and presented<br />

a fun afternoon. We started with the Rabbi doing a motzi. There was a delicious buffet of 3<br />

different quiches, latkes, tuna salad, tossed salad, fruit salad, drinks, and yummy desserts. We<br />

played 3 games of Chanukah bingo where each of the winners was awarded a Dunkin<br />

Donuts gift card. Debbie conducted a gift exchange game using 2 decks of cards. Everyone<br />

had a very good time.<br />

Sisterhood Cards Are Back!<br />

Sisterhood is bringing back the Sisterhood greeting cards. Sisterhood will<br />

send out a greeting card to virtually anyone for virtually anything. Simchas or<br />

Sorrows, sisterhood has you covered. Let Pam know at<br />

samuelmeyer@comcast.net or by mail at 17 N Earlton Rd Ext, Havre de Grace<br />

MD 21078 with the occasion, individual’s name and address, and your card will<br />

be processed. The price is only $5.00 a card, and you can either pay by each<br />

card or ask to run an annual account for billing. Your caring will be reinforced<br />

by a mention in the HJC monthly bulletin. If you are forgetful, you can even<br />

write out an annual list of birthdays, anniversaries, yahrzeits, and your cards<br />

will be sent out in a timely fashion. Imagine- helping your sisterhood and<br />

getting your cards out timely at once!<br />

Sisterhood<br />

Events<br />

All our Sisterhood dates are posted<br />

on the Temple Calendar and<br />

appear in bright pink.<br />

PURIM PROJECT starts in<br />

JANUARY! Watch for an Email<br />

from Sisterhood. EXTRA<br />

SWEETS orders are back!!<br />

SISTERHOOD BOARD<br />

MEETING<br />

Tuesday, <strong>January</strong> 17<br />

7:00pm<br />

SISTERHOOD SOCIAL ACTION<br />

LUNCHEON<br />

Sunday, <strong>January</strong> 22<br />

12:30pm<br />

Women's Advocacy Discussion<br />

(see flyer)<br />

CHICK FLICK DINNER & MOVIE<br />

NIGHT<br />

Saturday, February 4<br />

5:30pm (see flyer)<br />

We are BUSY, but not too busy to chat with you! Contact us at sisterhood@templeadasshalom.org<br />

MEMBERSHIP:<br />

Dues are $42 and $36 for new members. Pay via check, made out to <strong>TAS</strong><br />

Sisterhood and mailed to Denise Gordon or via PayPal (using Family &<br />

Friends) to: “Ladies Auxiliary Harford Jewish CTR.”<br />

·<br />

We are members of WRJ check out the regional activity offered by<br />

visiting https://wrj/our-community/wrj-districts/mid-atlantic<br />

Safety & Security<br />

Pat Wolkow<br />

Upcoming Security Activities:<br />

Evacuation walkthrough – Postponed until <strong>January</strong><br />

GIFT SHOP HOURS<br />

Fridays - After Services: By request.<br />

Sundays – When there are multiple activities<br />

Contact Denise & Pat at giftshop@templeadasshalom.org<br />

SEE SOMETHING?<br />

SAY SOMETHING!<br />

SO, WE CAN DO<br />

SOMETHING!<br />

security@templeadasshalom.org<br />

"DID YOU KNOW?"<br />

Tuesday, <strong>January</strong> 16 7:30pm<br />

a short virtual program, along with security updates, done the THIRD Monday of each month, from my home (you are welcome to<br />

come by, and it will be Zoomed as well!) If you missed December's session, "Fire Gone Awry!" you can view it here:<br />

https://us02web.zoom.us/rec/share/D5A9CaxKq87P42WrJCtT2mqw4YdcGGEccMJ7UwihMA7iwyYTJlyB8UH939ydxE5y.Js_jgWfvgt9cuIER<br />

Passcode: h&owFWa2<br />

Our ONE Question Survey will be presented at a very important session on Security after the winter weather calms. Stay tuned!<br />

We have provided some basic information and specific safety & security procedures in the sanctuary prayer book racks. Please review<br />

them regularly.<br />

We are looking for additional help on our team to fine-tune policy and procedures as well as carry our new initiatives on the drawing<br />

board. Meetings are mostly via Zoom!<br />

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Temple Adas Shalom’s <strong>January</strong> <strong>2023</strong> Calendar of Events


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November 2022 – Donors<br />

BUILDING FUND<br />

Allison & Barry Baker [L'dor V'dor]<br />

Kevin & Lisa Bress [L'dor V'dor]<br />

Rayna & David Richardson [L'dor V'dor]<br />

Brett & Deborah Temple [L'dor V'dor]<br />

Jill & Daniel Young [L'dor V'dor]<br />

Julie Sang<br />

Jill & Brian Schorr<br />

Elise & Michael Woods<br />

ELC DONATIONS<br />

Denise & Arthur Gordon - IMO Elizabeth Oberdorfer Meyer<br />

HJC GENERAL FUND<br />

Wendy & Patrick Drabinski<br />

Susannah & Brian Kolstad<br />

Michele & Michael Mullis<br />

Terry Weiner & Herb Abrams<br />

Karen & Frederick Wood<br />

Joanne Kassimir & Andrew Goldberg<br />

Janice & Woodrow Grant Jr.<br />

Jayne Klein - IMO Stan Getz, Ruth Wohl, Kurt Zion, Ralph Klein & Maurice Klein<br />

Mark & Patricia Wolkow - IMO Elizabeth Oberdorfer Meyer & Arlo James Hutzler<br />

KEHILLAH MAGNET RELIGIOUS SCHOOL FUND<br />

Richard & Rhonda August<br />

Roslyn & Fred Belkin<br />

Alain & Caryn Chalmin<br />

Justin Davis & Rachel Laskin<br />

Cecilia Herman<br />

Sarah & Niall O'Donnell<br />

Ashira & Ashiq Quabili IHO Jaxon & Zander<br />

RABBI'S COMPENSATION FUND<br />

Mark & Patricia Wolkow<br />

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Mi Sheberakh * We Pray for Healing<br />

Annette Dirlam<br />

Barbara Chancey<br />

Fred Belkin<br />

Gerry Murphy<br />

Glen McCain<br />

Gloria Joslin<br />

Harriet Colman<br />

Recently Passed<br />

Jordan Rice<br />

Lisa Denrich<br />

Marsha Robinson<br />

Mike Gordon<br />

Mindy Shipley<br />

Natalie Litofsky<br />

Philip Chancey<br />

Robin Greely<br />

Lynwood Milton Robinson, Jr.<br />

Beloved Stepfather of Elise Woods<br />

<br />

Brittany Adkins Centeno<br />

Beloved granddaughter of Toby Merriken<br />

<strong>January</strong> <strong>2023</strong> - Yahrzeits Observed<br />

Abraham I. Glasser<br />

Ann Tash-Porton<br />

Pauline Hillman<br />

Edward Singer<br />

Sadie Weintraub<br />

Jean Theis<br />

Alice Goode<br />

Paul Richardson<br />

Solomon Getz<br />

Charles Roseman<br />

Joanne Levine<br />

Joyce Graff<br />

Morton Z. Schapiro<br />

Rose Blackstone<br />

Ruth Vogelhut<br />

Sarah H. Miller<br />

Abraham Baker<br />

Etta Thayer<br />

Joseph Newman<br />

Paul Pressel<br />

Jan-1<br />

Jan-1<br />

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Jan-2<br />

Jan-3<br />

Jan-4<br />

Jan-5<br />

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Jan-7<br />

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Jan-8<br />

Jan-9<br />

Jan-9<br />

Jan-10<br />

Jan-10<br />

Beatrice Breitbart<br />

Bessie Coplin<br />

Frances Bress<br />

Harry Samuels<br />

Herman Hurwitz<br />

Richard Alan Moss<br />

Harry Boyer<br />

Jayne Jennings<br />

Julia Silver<br />

Liliane Shapiro<br />

Ben Hoffman<br />

Ruth Hoffman<br />

Clara Hirsch<br />

Ida Babner<br />

Nettie Baumgarten<br />

Jennie Salmansohn<br />

Jerome Schorr<br />

Mendel Itzyk Schneier<br />

Harry Salmansohn<br />

Henri Diamant<br />

Jan-11<br />

Jan-11<br />

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Jan-12<br />

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Jan-14<br />

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Jan-15<br />

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Jan-16<br />

Jan-17<br />

Jan-17<br />

Jan-18<br />

Jan-19<br />

David Newman<br />

Ethel Duchin<br />

Sarah Friedman<br />

Samuel Schatz<br />

Edward Rothenberg<br />

Herman Duchin<br />

Rose Gast<br />

Bessie Newman<br />

Mort Gordon<br />

Naomi Goldblatt<br />

Frantisek Jurcik<br />

Harry Sadowsky<br />

Arthur Salkovitz<br />

Shirley Friedman<br />

Dr. Alvin Louis Sirkis<br />

Martha Sherman<br />

Coleman Hamburger<br />

Otto Freed<br />

Ida Samuels<br />

Jan-20<br />

Jan-20<br />

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Jan-21<br />

Jan-22<br />

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Jan-23<br />

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Jan-25<br />

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Jan-26<br />

Jan-29<br />

Jan-30<br />

Jan-30<br />

Jan-31<br />

Caring Note<br />

Caring is about both the simchas and healing through support and community.<br />

Is there a moment you would like to share, privately or publicly?<br />

<br />

We want to be there for you so please let us know.<br />

Email the Caring Committee at caring@templeadasshalom.org<br />

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