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October 24, 2014  RSS feed
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From the end to the beginning



Rabbi Leah M. Herz, Menorah Manor’s director of spiritual care, poses as “mini Moses” during “The Great Torah Roll” on Simchat Torah. The program was recently given the Jewish Federation of Pinellas & Pasco County’s Yitzhak Rabin Program of Distinction Award. The program is conducted at both the Bernard L. Samson Nursing Center and Inn on the Pond. Rabbi Leah M. Herz, Menorah Manor’s director of spiritual care, poses as “mini Moses” during “The Great Torah Roll” on Simchat Torah. The program was recently given the Jewish Federation of Pinellas & Pasco County’s Yitzhak Rabin Program of Distinction Award. The program is conducted at both the Bernard L. Samson Nursing Center and Inn on the Pond.

The Hillel Academy student body gathered at neighboring Congregation Beth Am on Oct. 20 to celebrate Simchat Torah when the last words of the Torah are read, the Torah is unrolled and re-rolled to begin reading from the beginning once again. Middle school students held the Torah while the younger students gathered in front of the scroll along with Rabbi Josh Hearshen of Congregation Rodeph Sholom. The Hillel Academy student body gathered at neighboring Congregation Beth Am on Oct. 20 to celebrate Simchat Torah when the last words of the Torah are read, the Torah is unrolled and re-rolled to begin reading from the beginning once again. Middle school students held the Torah while the younger students gathered in front of the scroll along with Rabbi Josh Hearshen of Congregation Rodeph Sholom.

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