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Tema Silk elected president of Bloomfield shul

BLOOMFIELD – Tema Kaiser Silk of West Hartford recently was elected president of the Board of Directors of Congregation B’nai Tikvoh-Sholom in Bloomfield. Silk, a reporter and commentary editor at New England Public Radio, said she looks forward to helping the Conservative synagogue continue to develop and grow its Neshama Center, a life-long learning program focused building community. Open to people of all faiths, Neshama offers multi-session courses, as well as single-session programs and workshops, on topics such as mindfulness, Mussar, creativity (hands-on art projects), Talmud study, and much more.

Main Photo:B’nai Tikvoh-Sholom’s newly elected president Tema Silk (left) with the congregation’s spiritual leader, Rabbi Debra Cantor.

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