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June 13, 2014  RSS feed
Schools

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Hillel Academy presents African dance, drumming show


(L-R) Back row: Maya Goldenberg, Sydney Gad; middle row: Sarah Weiner, Sadie Jacobson, Ruth Winoker, Hannah Goldman, Leya Shaw, Carol Kornworcel, Aidan Gonzalez, Arielle Solomon, Sophia Perez, Serenity Greenfield, Malina Seldes; front row: Stella King, Max King (L-R) Back row: Maya Goldenberg, Sydney Gad; middle row: Sarah Weiner, Sadie Jacobson, Ruth Winoker, Hannah Goldman, Leya Shaw, Carol Kornworcel, Aidan Gonzalez, Arielle Solomon, Sophia Perez, Serenity Greenfield, Malina Seldes; front row: Stella King, Max King Hillel Academy of Tampa brought its school year to a loud, happy conclusion recently with a performance of African dance and drumming as part of the Isaac B. Solomon Music and Cultural Initiative. The performance was held at Congregation Beth Am, located next door to the school on Fletcher Avenue in north Tampa. Parents of students, family and friends attended the event.

The Initiative was established by Isaac’s family in celebration of his life and to perpetuate and promote ideals that embodied the spirit of how Isaac lived his life: Judaism, music and tolerance for all people. Isaac B. Solomon was a 2002 graduate of Hillel Academy.



Jai Hinson and Sir Brock from Artz 4 Life perform with Hillel students, (L-R) Jacob Grossman and Jonah Gordon. Jai Hinson and Sir Brock from Artz 4 Life perform with Hillel students, (L-R) Jacob Grossman and Jonah Gordon.

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