Letters to the Editor Jan. 3


Letters should be related to articles that have run in the print or online
editions of the JT, and may be edited for space and clarity prior to publication. Please include your first and last name, as well your town/neighborhood of residence. Send letters to editor@jewishtimes.com or Baltimore Jewish Times, 11459 Cronhill Drive, Suite A, Owings Mills, MD 21117, or submit them online at jewishtimes.com/letters-to-the-editor.

Who’s That Dreidel?

The stilt-walking “Dreidel folks” (mentioned in “Baltimore City Hall Menorah Lighting Ceremony Honors Jewish Leaders,” Dec. 27, 2019) are Nina and Joffrey from Baltimore’s Big Whims

~ Cyndi Rutledge

On Social Media: In response to “Suspect Arrested in Stabbing Attack on Monsey Chanukah Party,” Dec. 29, 2019 Digital Exclusive: Praying there will be justice.

~ Betty Jane Ristau

After hearing about this, I got a message that our local state representative is doing something to combat anti-Semitism in Massachusetts: More states need to do this.

~ Jordan Warnick, retired Professor of Pharmacology and Associate Dean for Student Research at University of Maryland School of Medicine
Medway, Massachusetts

In response to “Baltimore City Hall Menorah Lighting Ceremony Honors Jewish Leaders,” Dec. 27, 2019:

Stacey [Goldenberg] truly deserves this honor for her outstanding service to the community.

~ Chava Drebin

Adrienne Blumberg — how wonderful for all your efforts to be acknowledged. Mazal Mazal!

~ Wendy Coplan-Gould


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