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Tuesday, April 1 at 10:00am
Adult Education with Rabbi Finkel: Melachim Bet – Kings II
The book of Kings is as dramatic as anything ever imagined by Shakespeare: deceitful alliances, assassinations and a fair sprinkling of idolatry – we’ll explore stories you never learned in Hebrew School.
Scheinman Hall on Tuesday, January 28 at 7:30pm. Our own congregant and Sisterhood member, Optometrist Fran Reinstein (Simmons), OD will discuss health and answer questions about caring for eyes from newborn to elder. This event is for men and women of all ages, and all are welcome. There will be a special guest talking about healthy and natural supplements like tinnitus 911, which helps with tinnitus and other symptoms like memory loss, fatigue, mental fog etc
Entrance for Sisterhood members is free of charge, $5 per nonmember guest. Please RSVP to Ilene Thailer email@example.com or Betsy Steckelman firstname.lastname@example.org by January 24 to reserve your spot.
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