MEMORABLE MOSAIC

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On Saturday, Nov. 12, during a 60th  anniversary celebration, Beth Israel Congregation presented Rabbi Jay and Cindy Goldstein with a mosaic that was put together by members including preschoolers and learning lab students. The Hebrew phrase “Shalom, shalom, larachoke v’lakorov” means “peace, peace be upon those that are far and close.” Parts of the mosaic were made by an artist in Baltimore’s sister city Ashkelon, and the mosaic also features a  Shabbat table, Beth Israel’s building and the Goldsteins and their three kids dancing on a talis that has actual tzit tzit tied by Rabbi Rachel Blatt and her husband. See next week’s JT for more coverage of Beth Israel’s 60th anniversary.
On Saturday, Nov. 12, during a 60th anniversary celebration, Beth Israel Congregation presented Rabbi Jay and Cindy Goldstein with a mosaic that was put together by members including preschoolers and learning lab students. The Hebrew phrase “Shalom, shalom, larachoke v’lakorov” means “peace, peace be upon those that are far and close.” Parts of the mosaic were made by an artist in Baltimore’s sister city Ashkelon, and the mosaic also features a Shabbat table, Beth Israel’s building and the Goldsteins and their three kids dancing on a talis that has actual tzit tzit tied by Rabbi Rachel Blatt and her husband. (Photo Provided)

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