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Isaak hopes to ‘tailor make’ programs for small Jewish communities

By Lee Chottiner

April 2, 2010 | 10:52 am

From thejewishchronicle.net:

WHEELING, W.Va. — One week after Ofer Goren, the Israeli mime, performed at Temple Shalom here, the national director of the organization that sent him came to town to plan future programs and to pitch a conference in Israel for leaders of small Jewish communities around the globe.

Motti Isaak, founder and director of Soul Train, also visited Morgantown last week, sizing up what the leaders of these communities would like to see from his organization and urging them to send someone to his conference.

Read the full article at http://www.thejewishchronicle.net/view/full_story/6922981/article-Isaak-hopes-to-%E2%80%98tailor-make%E2%80%99-programs-for-small-Jewish-communities—?instance=home_news_metro_right

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