Rabbi Ariel Edery leads Beth Shalom Religious School third- to seventh-graders in their end-of-the-day prayer in the new sanctuary. Left to right: Edery, 12th-grader Maaian Edery, seventh-grader Caroline Schmitt and fifth-grader Julia Schmitt.
Rabbi Ariel Edery leads Beth Shalom Religious School third- to seventh-graders in their end-of-the-day prayer in the new sanctuary. Left to right: Edery, 12th-grader Maaian Edery, seventh-grader Caroline Schmitt and fifth-grader Julia Schmitt. kbettis@newsobserver.com
Rabbi Ariel Edery leads Beth Shalom Religious School third- to seventh-graders in their end-of-the-day prayer in the new sanctuary. Left to right: Edery, 12th-grader Maaian Edery, seventh-grader Caroline Schmitt and fifth-grader Julia Schmitt. kbettis@newsobserver.com

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