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  • Friday Night DinnerJoin the Launceston Jewish community for a traditional Friday night Shabbat dinner... the first Friday night of each calendar month. Details and/or RSVP
  • The Mystery of Miriam’s SongDid the women actually sing? And why the musical instruments? Read More
  • For Kids, Repentance Repeats Itself Every DayThe radio stations had gotten fuzzy in a stretch of the road dotted with farmland and so to make... Read More
  • She Melted My Heart and Got a Ride HomeStanding at the counter was an elderly lady who immediately drew my attention. Within a somewhat... Read More
  • The Other Side of the TapestryOur lives are like the reverse side of a great tapestry. From the back, it all looks random and... Read More
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