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Tag: Rabbi Noah Zvi Farkas
1 week ago
March 25, 2009 | 11:06 pm
As kids slid and bounced at the Purim carnival in the courtyard of Valley Beth Shalom Synagogue a couple of weeks ago, a handful of people accompanied Rabbi Noah Zvi Farkas down to a tiny space in the shul’s basement for a very different kind of celebration. In a room that had once...