What do you do when the bris falls on Tzom Gedaliah? You get to gather again later for the seudah mitzvah!
On Sunday, October 19th, proud parents Ilana and Sergey invited the congregation to gather again for a wonderful meal to celebrate the bris of their baby, Ariel Uri Medvedovsky-Khanukaev. The room was filled as family and friends gathered to enjoy tasty treats, words of Torah, and kvell over the baby.
Mazal Tov to Ilana, Sergey, Miriam, and Michael on the newest member of their family and our community. May he continue to grow healthy and strong. Thank you to Anna Steingart, Benyomin Fleischmann, and Nechama Fleishman for helping to make this beautiful, festive meal; and to all who came to make it a special simchah for the family.
What do you think of the newly painted electrical boxes? They're all over the neighborhood and some are gorgeous.
The one on Washington Street, in front of Our Lady's, features three views of The Adams Street Synagogue (as well as views of the church and of The Jackson Homestead).
It was painted by Paul Lambert. Check it out.
This is the second work of art in the neighborhood to include an image of the Shul. Can you identify the other?
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