This past weekend, the synagogue honored two longtime members and supporters of the shul, Vivienne Kalman and Saul Aronow.
The festivities began with a special kiddush on shabbos that was attended by friends & family of the honorees and the congregation.
A catered Gala Breakfast with over 80 guests was held on Sunday morning. Heartfelt words of admiration, gratitude, and love were shared by family and friends. It was a wonderful tribute and a well-deserved honor.
Thank you to Beri Gilfix and the Tribute Weekend committee for all their hard work in organizing this terrific event.
A Modern Community
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A Historic Shul
The Adams Street Shul is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. We are now in our second century of service to the Jewish community.