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Young Families Programming 2011

PJ Library of the Greater Sacramento Region brought Jewish stories & songs to the young families of Bet Haverim on a December Sunday afternoon in 2011.  As a special treat, Torah scribe Jen Taylor-Friedman was on hand to share with the kids & parents parchment samples & quills being used to write the 50th anniversary Torah!  Many thanks to CBH partner Suzanne Nitzkin & PJ Library Program Coordinator Ardyth Sokoler for their wonderful talents in organizing the event.

 

Rabbi with Torah

Rabbi and Jen with Torah

Rabbi with Torah in Social Hall

Rabbi and Jen

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