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Congregation Beth Emeth in Herndon held a Presidents Shabbat on Feb. 5, honoring CBE’s presidents past and present with parts in the service and a Presidential Library display reprising the Conservative congregation’s past 36 (double chai) years. Most of the presidents who participated came back after Shabbat for a photo. Photo by Iris Solodar
Congregation Beth Emeth in Herndon held a Presidents Shabbat on Feb. 5, honoring CBE’s presidents past and present with parts in the service and a Presidential Library display reprising the Conservative congregation’s past 36 (double chai) years. Most of the presidents who participated came back after Shabbat for a photo.
Photo by Iris Solodar
Sara Rose Logsdon, daughter of Michelle and Michael Logsdon of Potomac, will become a bat mitzvah Feb. 20 at B’nai Israel Congregation. Joining in the simcha are brothers Jacob and Aaron. Sara’s grandparents are John and Roslyn Logsdon of Bethesda, Meir and Susan Waltner, z’’l, of Richmond, Va., and Brenda and Maury Smeyne, z’’l, of Pawley’s Island, S.C. For her mitzvah project, Sara is participating in project One Book at a Time, where she selects and sends books to children living in poverty. Each package includes a letter, in which she writes about the book and looks forward to getting a letter back. She is a seventh-grader at Julius West Middle School. Photo provided
Sara Rose Logsdon, daughter of Michelle and Michael Logsdon of Potomac, will become a bat mitzvah Feb. 20 at B’nai Israel Congregation. Joining in the simcha are brothers Jacob and Aaron. Sara’s grandparents are John and Roslyn Logsdon of Bethesda, Meir and Susan Waltner, z’’l, of Richmond, Va., and Brenda and Maury Smeyne, z’’l, of Pawley’s Island, S.C. For her mitzvah project, Sara is participating in project One Book at a Time, where she selects and sends books to children living in poverty. Each package includes a letter, in which she writes about the book and looks forward to getting a letter back. She is a seventh-grader at Julius West Middle School.
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