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Greenwich shul cited for excellence

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At the Kallah K’tanah in New York are: (l to r) Temple Sholom President Ariel Manacher; Ellie Telzer; Sam Telzer, recipient of the Ernest L. Rothschild Award; Temple Sholom Senior Mitchell M. Hurvitz; as well as Sam and Ellie Telzer’s children, Alexandra and Benjamin.


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At the Kallah K’tanah in New York are: (l to r) Temple Sholom President Ariel Manacher; Ellie Telzer; Sam Telzer, recipient of the Ernest L. Rothschild Award; Temple Sholom Senior Mitchell M. Hurvitz; as well as Sam and Ellie Telzer’s children, Alexandra and Benjamin.

Temple Sholom in Greenwich received seven awards for synagogue excellence at the Metropolitan New York (METNY) Region of United Synagogue of Conservative Judaism’s Kallah K’tanah, at Old Westbury Hebrew Congregation in Old Westbury, N.Y. on April 14. The awards recognize congregations who have developed unique, creative and dynamic programs that enhance the life of the synagogue and its congregants. In addition Temple Sholom congregant Sam Telzer of Riverside was honored with METNY’s Ernest L. Rothschild Award, presented to individuals whose special efforts, according to METNY, “affect and change people’s lives, as well as further Conservative Judaism in their congregations.”

 

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