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October 16, 1992 - Image 47

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1992-10-16

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dat Shalom Synagogue
had the honor last week
of showing its new Sefer
Torah during a day of
Torah-related festivities.
Dr. Eric Ray, a scribe, author and
artist, held Torah workshops
including an up-close look at a
fully-opened Torah. There were
also puppet shows, sedrah sessions
,==and the how-to's of aliyot, hagbah
and g'lilah were offered. Dr. Ray
will return on Oct. 18 to Adat
Shalom to add the final letters of
the Torah and participate in the
synagogue's Torah dedication.

I



Mathew Robins is proud of the picture he drew of a Torah.

Left: Rabbi Efry Spectre and friends
examine the new Torah.
Above: Elyse and Nancy Handelman
check out the design of a Torah cover.

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