+ Temple plans community outreach
Temple Sinai will expand its presence in the Lakewood Ranch area this fall with programs and opportunities for socializing and learning.
To start, Chizzan Cliff Abramson will lead a discussion over dessert at 7 p.m. July 30, at a private residence. There is no cost, but RSVPs are required, call 966-0252.
“We are fortunate that so many people who live north of University have chosen to become part of the Temple Sinai community,” the temple’s Vice President of Membership Elana Margolis says. “We’re eager to provide more programming for them and their friends where they live.”
Other upcoming events include a back-to-school night Aug. 10 and a beer tasting in October.
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