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with services and to understand
what will be expected of them.
During these meetings, a family
may want to share some informa-
tion on the kinds of kids who are
coming to the temple for services.
If there will be a large amount of
non-Jewish kids, the families have
the option of inserting a one or
two-lined "synagogue primer" in
their invitation envelope about
behavior and dress expectations.
The temple has also adjusted
the start time of services on
Friday nights from 8 to 7:30 p.m.
to accommodate sleepy middle

schoolers who have been
waking up early all week
for school. Also, Shir
Shalom will "ramp up"
the number of ushers
depending on the number
of young guests.
"We know times are
different now. We expect
a level of decorum in
temple, such as no cell
phones and limited con-
versations. But kids are kids, and
we know they are going to be
antsy. Sometimes, you have to be
a little forgiving," Douville said.
So, to my young friends in the
bar/bat mitzvah circuit, and you
know who you are: Do yourself a
favor. Learn how to sit in services.
Take the time to follow along with
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