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Jennie and the Survivors

by Arliene Botnick, April 3, 2018

As we end Passover, the holiday on which we celebrate freedom from slavery and persecution, we begin preparing for another kind of Jewish Remembrance – a ‘modern’ addition to our…

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And Jennie Taught Me…

by Arliene Botnick, March 5, 2018

In Proverbs 22:6 we read, “Train (teach) a child in the way he (she) ought to go; The child will not swerve from it even in old age.” My mother…

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Kuddle Up Shabbat is for Everyone

by Arliene Botnick, January 31, 2018

“A rose by any other name would smell as sweet”. Shakespeare understood names can vary but the essence of anything is always its essence. Now, taking some poetic license, may…

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Our Strong Sense of Community and Family

by Arliene Botnick, January 9, 2018

So! What’s new? The obvious answer – the secular New Year 2018. Other possibilities; new tax year, new book of the Torah being read on January 6 (Shmot-Exodus), new school…

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