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Shabbat for People with Special Needs

Temple Beth Sholom
New City, NY
October 10, 2013

“What else becomes important is leaving my children with a lasting, positive impression of what their dad was all about. What can I possibly impart that will reflect what my life is about? Mitzvot, tradition, family, tzedakah, kindness to all, especially those who are sick, destitute, handicapped, old, ignored, etc. LEADERSHIP FOR GOOD THINGS.” ~ David Taubenfeld 1.22.05

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