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8 North Earlton Road, Ext., Havre de Grace, MD 21078



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What’s Inside?

September 2021 Calendar of Events

September Zoom Information & Links

Rabbi’s Message – Rabbi Meeka Simerly

President’s Message - Mark Wolkow

Religious Practices Message - Melissa Immel

September High Holiday Schedule

Selichot Program & Service - September 17 th

High Holidays at Temple Adas Shalom

Tashlich by the Susquehanna River - September 26 th

Adult Education Message - Brian Folus

Lunch N’ Learn - September 13 th

Sisterhood & Gift Shop News - Pat Wolkow & Denise Gordon

Sisterhood Brunch - September 11 th

Social Committee Message - Susanah Kolstad & Jessica Hurst

Rosh Hashanah Seder - September 26 th

Kehillah MAGNET Message - Sarah O’Donnell & Joel Yoffee

Family Shabbat Dinner & Service - RSVP by September 14 th

Pizza & Ice Cream Social - RSVP by September 10 th

Security Message - Pat Wolkow

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Special Thanks to Our Monthly Donors

Caring Note

Mi Sheberakh List - We Pray For Healing

Recently Passed List

September 2021 Yahrzeits Observed

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Temple Adas Shalom’s August 2022 Calendar of Events

Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday

4 8 th of Elul 5782 5 9 th of Elul 5782

Labor Day

Office & ELC Closed

6 10 th of Elul 5782

Book Fair

7:00 pm

Membership Committee Meeting

7 11 th of Elul 5782

Book Fair

11 15 th of Elul 5782

Book Fair

12 16 th of Elul 5782

Book Fair

13 17 th of Elul 5782

Book Fair

14 18 th of Elul 5782

Book Fair

12:00-2:15 pm

Sisterhood Brunch

2:00-3:00 pm

HJC Early Learning Center

Grandparents Day Cookie


12:00-1:30 pm

Lunch N’ Learn with Julie Boler

from Braver Angels

7:00 pm

RPC Meeting

6:30-7:30 pm

Virtual Kehillah MAGNET Back

to School Night

18 22 nd of Elul 5782

Book Fair

19 23 rd of Elul 5782

Book Fair

20 24 th of Elul 5782

Book Fair

21 25 th of Elul 5782

Book Fair

9:00-12:00 pm

First Day of Kehillah MAGNET

12:00-1:00 pm

Kehillah MAGNET Pizza & Ice

Cream Social

2:00-3:30 pm

Adult Ed Committee Meeting

6:30-7:30 pm

Kehillah MAGNET Midweek

7:00-8:30 pm

Social Action Committee


25 29 th of Elul 5782

Erev Rosh Hashanah

Book Fair

Kehillah MAGNET Closed

7:30-9:00 pm

Erev Rosh Hashanah Services

26 1 st of Tishri 5783

Rosh Hashanah

Book Fair

Office & ELC Closed

9:30-11:45 am

Rosh Hashanah Day 1 Services

12:00-12:30 pm

Tashlich down by the

Susquehanna River

12:00-12:30 pm

Tashlich down by the

Susquehanna River

6:15-8:00 pm

Rosh Hashanah Second Night


27 2 nd of Tishri 5783

Rosh Hashanah

Book Fair

Office & ELC Closed

10:00-11:30 am

Rosh Hashanah Day 2 Services

28 3 rd of Tishri 5783

Book Fair

6:30-7:30 pm

Kehillah MAGNET Midweek

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Temple Adas Shalom’s August 2022 Calendar of Events

Thursday Friday Saturday

1 5 th of Elul 5782

7:00-8:00 pm

Finance Committee Meeting

2 6 th of Elul 5782

7:16 pm

Candle Lighting

7:00 pm

Shabbbat Service

Rabbi Meeka Simerly

3 7 th of Elul 5782

Erev Tisha B’Av

Parashat Shoftim

8 12 th of Elul 5782

Book Fair

7:00-8:00 pm

Board Meeting

9 13 th of Elul 5782

Book Fair

7:05 pm

Candle Lighting

7:00 pm

Shabbat Torah Service

Rabbi Meeka Simerly & Mike Mullis

10 14 th of Elul 5782

Book Fair

Parashat Ki Teitzei

10:00 am

Tot Shabbat

15 19 th of Elul 5782

Book Fair

7:30 pm

Choir Rehearsal

(Mike’s Home)

22 26 th of Elul 5782

Book Fair

16 20 th of Elul 5782

Book Fair

6:54 pm

Candle Lighting

5:30-6:15 pm

Family Shabbat Dinner


Family Shabbat Service

Rabbi Meeka Simerly & Mike Mullis

23 27 th of Elul 5782

Book Fair

ELC Half Day

6:42 pm

Candle Lighting

7:00 pm

Shabbat Service

Rabbi Meeka Simerly & David Jaffe

17 21 st of Elul 5782


Book Fair

Parashat Ki Tavo

6:15-8:00 pm

Selichot Film Screening, Discussion & Service

Annual Apple Honey Bake-Off

24 28 th of Elul 5782

Book Fair

Parashat Nitzavim

29 4 th of Tishri 5783

Book Fair

30 5 th of Tishri 5783

Book Fair

6:31 pm

Candle Lighting

7:00 pm

Shabbat Shuvah Service

Rabbi Meeka Simerly, Mike Mullis, & the

Temple Adas Shalom Choir

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September Service Zoom Information and Links

Temple Adas Shalom


Friday, September 2 nd , September 9 th , & September 23 rd

Live Streaming starts at 6:45 pm; In-Person service starts at 7:00 pm

https://zoom.us/j/85758681892 * Meeting ID: 857 5868 1892

Password: Shabbat22


Tuesday, September 13 th

Live Streaming starts at 11:45 am

https://zoom.us/j/97813708462 * Meeting ID: 978 1370 8462


Friday, September 16 th

Live Streaming starts at 6:15 pm; In-Person service starts at 6:15 pm

https://zoom.us/j/85758681892 * Meeting ID: 857 5868 1892

Password: Shabbat22


Saturday, September 17 th

Live Streaming starts at 6:00 pm; In-Person service starts at 6:15 pm

https://zoom.us/j/87866126207 * Meeting ID: 878 6612 6207

Passcode: HH@5783


Sunday, September 25 th

Live Streaming starts at 7:15 pm; In-Person service starts at 7:30 pm

https://zoom.us/j/87866126207 * Meeting ID: 878 6612 6207

Passcode: HH@5783


Monday, September 26 th

Live Streaming starts at 9:15 am; In-Person service starts at 9:30 am

https://zoom.us/j/87866126207 * Meeting ID: 878 6612 6207

Passcode: HH@5783


Tuesday, September 27 th

Live Streaming starts at 9:45 am; In-Person service starts at 10:00 am

https://zoom.us/j/87866126207 * Meeting ID: 878 6612 6207

Passcode: HH@5783

Did you miss a Shabbat? Visit our Virtual Experience page to view our recording archive.

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Rabbi’s Message

Rabbi Meeka Simerly

Shalom to each and all;

Temple Adas Shalom, thank you each and all for all welcoming notes, texts, emails,

messages, phone calls, flowers, assistance, and for coming to greet us in person. On

behalf of Dave, our pup Oreo, and myself, please let me reiterate how blessed we feel

being here, in person, at a community we have been preparing for months now to join.

We are thrilled and grateful to start the next chapter of our lives here in Maryland with


At this time, I have met quite a few wonderful people of all age groups: some were born

and raised here, some moved to this area earlier in life, and some, like us, have moved

here more recently. But the one thing we all share is that we are HERE, and we are

NOW. No one has the capacity to predict what lies ahead “in the long run.” But as long

as we continue to show up in person, virtually, or a combination of both, I believe that

together we have the capacity to bring spiritual uplift to the community and beyond.

One important thing I wanted you to know is that I am available and completely

interested in getting to know you. That is a priority to me. So please don’t hesitate: to

call or email me! Let’s set up a time to meet and get to know one another.

I want to take this opportunity to thank the “Rabbi’s Search Committee” members

under the dedicated leadership of Melissa Immel and Wendy Darbinski. You have all

been so kind, welcoming, and helpful in settling in. Thank you, Todah Rabbah, to all.

In addition to getting ready for the High Holidays, I wanted to address all students,

teachers, and staff wrapping up summer while preparing for school. This blessing is

based on Rabbi Larry Sernovitz’s words. As we all embark on another journey of

learning this year, this is for us, our children, friends, and family members:

May we begin the new school year with an open mind, and an equally open heart.

May our smiles always be there for someone who needs it and may there always be a smile for us when

we need it, too.

May we ask more questions than the number of answers we receive or give.

May we receive much knowledge but give even more to those around us.

May we remember that new things are usually hard at the start but get better once we understand the

road ahead.

May we always know that life isn’t a straight path and that we sometimes need to scrape our knees a

little in order to grow.

May we realize that life was never meant to be easy and was never about where we ended up, but about

making the journey step by step and being the best humans, we can be.

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President’s Message

Mark Wolkow

Lend a hand… or an hour

That’s all it takes to make a difference. It’s gratifying to browse through

our Temple directory and see how many people volunteer to help make

our congregation a community. Many of these activities are not at all

time-consuming. For example, attending a meeting once a month for an

hour, helping to plan a couple of events during the year, or greeting

people as they enter the synagogue. And there are many other

opportunities where we could use just a few extra hands.

If you have a particular area of expertise and would like to share it (or

utilize it), give me a call, text, or email. That could include, for example,

if you have experience with technology, communication/PR, fundraising,

investing, security, event planning, or other areas. Maybe you’d like to

try something outside your existing or professional skill set – do

something completely different. That’s great, contact me, and we can talk

about options.

We depend on one another to make our community the best it can be. So

whether you’re already engaged in a Temple activity; recently joined

TAS, or have been a member for 40 years; and regardless of your ability to

use Zoom, drive at night, or play an instrument, there’s a place where you

can help. I’ve promised our Board members that I’d be your “volunteer

matchmaker.” My contact information is in the Temple directory. So let’s



Mark Wolkow

Temple Adas Shalom President


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Religious Practices Message

Melissa Immel

Greetings from the Religious Practices Committee!

The summer has ended, and we hope you have had an opportunity to

take time away from your routine and enjoy yourselves with family and

friends. As the Jewish year also ends, we look forward to celebrating the

holidays with you and spending time with you at Shul.

On Saturday, September 17th, from 6:15 to 8:00 pm, our community

will come together for the always-popular Selichot program – rolling

out a Torah scroll, changing the scrolls into their holiday whites, and of

course, the traditional Apple & Honey Bake-Off. Rabbi Meeka will also

lead us in a fun and engaging Film Screening & Discussion of Jewish

Food For Thought. Written and animated by Hanan Harchol, Jewish

Food For Thought: The Animated Series, is a collection of engaging

animated conversations between Hanan and his parents that explore

Jewish teachings on themes such as forgiveness, love, gratitude, and

many others. To close the program, members will support one another,

engage in reflection, and begin the recitation of Selichot. It is a brief yet

beautiful and meaningful service to begin the High Holy Days.

May this time of preparation draw us closer to those we love and toward

ourselves, and may we enter the renewed Temple Adas Shalom on Rosh

Hashanah and Yom Kippur prepared for the majesty of the season.

L'Shanah Tovah

Melissa Immel

RPC Chair

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5783 High Holiday Schedule

September 2022

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September 17, 2022

6:15 - 8:00 pm

Selichot Film Screening, Discussion, & Service

Annual Apple & Honey Bake-Off Event

Rosh Hashanah

September 25 - September 27, 2022

Erev Rosh Hashanah Service

September 25, 2022

7:30 - 9:00 pm

Rosh Hashanah Service - Day 1

September 26, 2022

9:30 - 11:45 am

Rosh Hashanah Youth Service - Day 1

September 26, 2022

10:00 - 11:30 am

(Ages 6-12 years old)

Rosh Hashanah Pre Readers Service - Day 1

September 26, 2022

11:00 - 11:30 am

(Ages 2-5 years old)

Tashlich by the Susquehanna River

September 26, 2022

12:00 pm

Directions to the location

Rosh Hashanah Second Night Seder

September 26, 2022

6:15 pm

Rosh Hashanah Casual Interactive Service - Day 2

September 27, 2022

10:00 - 11:30 am

Shabbat Shuvah Service

September 30, 2022

7:00 - 8:30 pm

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Adult Education Message

Brian Folus

Shalom, fellow Congregants!

I want to share an eagerly anticipated Adult Ed Lunch N' Learn

scheduled for Tuesday, September 13, at noon. We will have Julie Boler of

Braver Angels introduce the resources available to us from this

wonderful organization. Braver Angels' goal is to help start and maintain

conversations and discussions with people with differing viewpoints. I

think this will be an exciting Lunch & Learn. The Zoom link is on the

Temple Calendar. Feel free to share it.

Adult Ed Committee is also looking into new films and discussions and

new titles for our quarterly book discussions. We welcome Rabbi Meeka

to our Temple and our committee, and we know she will bring many

new ideas and programs for you to participate. We would welcome any

member to come to join us for a meeting and share any ideas you have

with us.

Here is a list of current Adult Ed programs:

1. Book Discussion

2. Lunch & Learn

3. Film Series

4. M &M

5. Taking Hold of Torah

6. Hebrew Class

7. Trope Class

8. Confirmation Minimester (tentative)

9. Prayer of the Month

Brian Folus

Adult Education Chair

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Sisterhood & Gift Shop News

Pat Wolkow & Denise Gordon

TAS Sisterhood – Women supporting women and their community


The Amy Schoenberger Youth Scholarship Application will be available in September to

help with your Jewish Camp fees and for NFTY Event fees. Applications due October 30,


We will mail out our annual Holiday Gift Card by Sukkot, so please visit the Student

Portal, set up by Courtney, and submit addresses for your student(s) continuing their

Higher Education studies.


All our Sisterhood dates have been posted on the Temple Calendar and appear in bright

pink. Covid still plays havoc on our plans, so please keep informed the best you can.

Our first event of 2022-23 is...Sisterhood Brunch on September 11 from 12:00 - 2:15 at

Temple Adas Shalom. We look forward to schmoozing together, sharing our photos,

meeting new faces, and previewing our upcoming year. Be sure to mark your calendars – and

bring your calendars to the Brunch, so you don’t miss any events. The event flyer is in the

newsletter! RSVP to Elizabeth Westendorf or to: sisterhood@templeadasshalom.org

Elizabeth and her committee have posted a Sign-Up-Genius with options for contributing

to the Brunch. The link: https://www.signupgenius.com/go/10C0E49A8A92CAAFFC16-91122. You

also can pay your annual dues, AND select & volunteer for one of the exciting events and


We are BUSY, but not too busy to chat with you! Please email us at: Sisterhood@templeadasshalom.org


Paying your 22-23 dues is appreciated. Dues reminders will be mailed to start the Jewish

new year. Some have already been submitted, and we thank you. Dues are $42 and $36 for

new members. Pay via check, made out to TAS Sisterhood and mailed to Denise Gordon or

via PayPal (using Family & Friends) to: “Ladies Auxiliary Harford Jewish CTR.”


We have 6 Corresponding Secretaries that support our Sisterhood by contributing to Board

responsibilities, reaching out to our Membership for news and needs (both ways), and

mentoring you as volunteers for events and activities that our Sisterhood carries out.


ASK Rayna Richardson -(443) 243-5266

Positions on our Board open for Vice President (in training for President) and Treasurer

We are members of WRJ; check out the regional activities they offer:



Email Denise or Pat at giftshop@templeadasshalom.org

By request before Friday Night Services or by appointment anytime.

“We are family… I got all my sisters with me” - Sister Sledge

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Social Committee Message

Susannah Kolstad, Co-Chair

Thank you to everyone who joined us for our New Year Kick-Off Picnic. I hope this

will become an annual tradition! A special thanks to Sisterhood, Michael Mullis, Days

of Vinyl, Jump On It, and all of our volunteers who made this event happen.

Please join us for the 2nd Night Rosh Hashanah Seder co-sponsored by the Religious

Practices Committee on Monday, September 26, from 6:15-8:00 pm. RSVP and tickets

are required. Please check the newsletter and website for additional details.

In October, please save the date! We are hosting a Pot Luck Sukkot Dinner on October

14 from 5:30 to 6:15 pm before the Sukkot Family Service. Also, we are co-sponsoring a

Hayride, Corn Maze, and Pumpkin Patch Fundraiser at Brad’s Farms Stand in

Churchville on October 23 from 1:00 pm. Tickets will be $8 per person over 3 and $1.00

for children under 3. More details to follow!

As our co-chair, Jessica Hurst, is currently on maternity leave; we could use some extra

hands supporting our upcoming events. If you are interested in helping with logistics,

purchasing items, or any other aspect of our events, don't hesitate to contact us

at social@templeadasshalom.org .

We are always looking for additional support through volunteers and donations of

funds and supplies. Monetary donations can be made online at www.templeadasshalom.org

Here is a list of our Upcoming Social Events for 2022:

2 nd Night Rosh Hashanah Seder – September 26 th from 6:15-8:00 pm

Sukkot Potluck Dinner - October 14 th from 6:00-7:00 pm

Pumpkin Patch & Hayride Fundraiser - October 23 rd from 12:00-4:00 pm

Congregational Meeting Breakfast - November 13 th 9:00-9:30 am

Hanukkah Dinner - December 18 th from 5:30-7:00 pm

Here are some pics from the Sock Hop and Ice Cream Social.

See you all soon!

Susannah Kolstad

Co-Chair, Social Committee

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Kehillah MAGNET Message

Sarah O’Donnell & Joel Yoffee

We want to thank everyone for participating in a fun-filled year of


PLEASE MARK YOUR CALENDARS!!!! Please don’t forget to sign

your child up for the 2022/2023 school year! The first day of Religious

School for the 2022/2023 school year will be on (New Date) Sunday,

September 18, 2022.

Kehillah MAGNET still has student availability for the 2022/2023

school year at all grade levels! If you have a child or know of a family

with children who would be interested in learning more about their

Jewish heritage, Kehillah MAGNET might be the learning environment

for them. We would love the opportunity to discuss our Jewish

educational programs and upcoming events with all those interested.

Don’t hesitate to contact our current Principal, Sarah O’Donnell,

at principal@templeadasshalom.org for additional information.


Family Shabbat: Our very own Mike Mullis will lead services geared

towards families on the third (sometimes different) Friday of every month.

Family Shabbat is a great way to enjoy the company of friends, relax after

a long week and provide a further understanding of Hebrew learning!

Please join us at the next family service which will be held on Friday,

September 16 starting at 6:15 pm.


First Day of School Pizza and Ice Cream Social: On Sunday, September

18, Kehillah Magnet will be hosting a pizza and ice cream social for all

existing, new, and prospective religious school and ELC students from

12-1 p.m.in the social hall. You do not have to be a member or student to

attend! Please invite all your school age friends. Please RSVP to Sarah

O’Donnell at principal@templeadasshalom.org

See you very soon!

Joel Yoffee , Kehillah MAGNET Religious School Committee Chair

Sarah O’Donnell, Kehillah MAGNET Principal

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Security Message

Pat Wolkow

Thanks to all who attended our in-person training offered by our own

Security Guard Team on August 21st.

Upcoming Security Activities:

• A visit to the Religious School Teacher Meeting on August 28th to update

teachers and staff on Security Procedures.

• Fire Drills!

Grant Updates: We are securing the building and congregants with

Funds from FEMA. We have purchased and continue to use two-way

radios to keep in contact with our guards and leadership. We have

megaphones to help guide members during drills and emergencies. We

will soon begin work on a Public Address System to alert broadly

throughout our building. A second grant was written and submitted on

behalf of the Early Learning Center to fine-tune some weak areas in our

security to guard us against any Hate-like incidents.

All these efforts do not substitute for each of us knowing what to do in

an emergency! Please attend training, participate in practice drills, and

read shared security documents. These actions assist you in being ready

if ever a situation arises so that you can make safe choices for yourself

and your family.

We are looking for additional help on our team to fine-tune policy and

procedures and carry our new initiatives on the drawing board. Meetings

are primarily via Zoom!




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Kevin & Lisa Bress

Julie Sang

July 2022 – Donors


Jill & Brian Schorr

Elise & Michael Woods


Melissa Immel

Mark & Patricia Wolkow

Linda & Stuart Needel

Jill & Daniel Young

Rayna & David Richardson

Gary Getz & Elaine Hirsch

Gerald & A. Kassalow

Jayne Klein


In memory of Michael Schneck

In honor of Rabbu John Franken’s service to TAS


David & Natasha Pollock

Meg Gillespie & Matt Wachsman


Caring Note

Illness? Hospitalization? Special moment you would like to share?

We want to be there for you so please let us know. Email caring@templeadasshalom.org

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Adam Bornstein

Andy Fridberg

Anita Rosenzweig

Annette Dirlam

Barbara Chancey

Bessie Speyer

Carrie Drum

Daniel Marcheski III

David Cadet

Elise Schipper

Eric Babcock

Mi Sheberakh * We Pray for Healing

Evie Ciuchta

Fred Belkin

Gerry Murphy

Glen McCain

Gloria Joslin

Harriet Colman

Heather Mullis

Irvin Paul

Jerry Silverman

Jordan Rice

Kathy Lazarski

Recently Passed

Katie Gainor

Len Cohen

Marcy Werde

Melissa Cohavi

Michael Clancy

Natalie Litofsky

Patricia Trimble

Philip Chancey

Rob Kinneberg

Terry Weiner

Lawrence Kravitz

Beloved father of Clara Kravitz and Jennifer Fliegelman, father-in-law to Joel Yoffee and Larry Fliegelman,

grandfather to Connor Kravitz-Yoffee, Mollie Kravitz-Yoffee, Johan Fliegelman, and Manny Fliegelman

September 2022 - Yahrzeits Observed

Elaine Singer Sep. 01 Leo Fang Sep. 17

Rose Sostrin Sep. 03 Bernard Marksamer Sep. 17

Mae Aronovitz Sep. 04 Anne Maxwell Sep. 17

Rose Gusky Bronk Sep. 04 Ichiel Hirsch Sep. 18

Edward Alexander Ford Sep. 05 Estelle Scheinberg Newman Sep. 18

Shirley Snyderman Klein Sep. 05 Esther Stein Sep. 19

Gail D. Newman-Abraham Sep. 05 Morris Davidson Sep. 20

Milton Solomon Sep. 05 Sarita Baker Sep. 21

Leah Brisker Sep. 07 Wanda Blake Sep. 21

Isidor Rosenfeld Sep. 07 Esther Finkelstein Sep. 22

Gordon Stein Sep. 07 Sophie Weinstein Sep. 22

Bella Feinsilver Sep. 08 Jack Feldman Sep. 23

Bessie Passe Sep. 08 Sally Irgang Sep. 23

Nathan Posner Sep. 08 Yvette Kale Sep. 23

Sheldon Posner Sep. 08 David Schneck Sep. 23

Kenneth Turner Sep. 08 David A. Shapiro Sep. 23

Yvette Kravitz Sep. 09 Milton Feldman Sep. 24

Gertrude Friedman Sep. 10 Aaron Kaplan Sep. 24

Samuel Gindin Sep. 10 Betty Stone Sep. 24

Raymond Rosen Sep. 10 Geoffrey Bernstein Sep. 27

Hilde Baer Sep. 11 Israel Spigler Sep. 27

Stanley Asher Goldberg Sep. 11 Sam Zelkind Sep. 27

Henry Siegel Sep. 11 Harold Calvin Sep. 28

Dennis Stanley Siegel Sep. 12 Sophie Fischgrund Sep. 28

Irwin Friedman Sep. 15 Hank Ciuchta Sep. 29

Alberta Baer Sep. 16 Richard R. Samuels Sep. 29

Baby Boy Colman Sep. 16 Steven Baskin Sep. 30

Samuel Sass Sep. 16

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Temple Adas Shalom

8 North Earlton Road, Extension

Havre de Grace, MD 21078

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