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Minyan, Breakfast, and Sufganiyot! Tomorrow (Thurs.) @ 7:15am!

Rosh Chodesh Minyan, Breakfast, and Sufganiyot!
Thursday 12/17 @ 7:15am
Congregation Netivot Shalom!

This week presents the only time when Rosh Chodesh coincides with another holiday observance -- the final days of Chanukah.  We will be observing Rosh Chodesh Tevet with a Shacharit minyan at 7:15am on Thursday morning, December 17th, in the library.  Because of the two observances, the Torah reading will be from two scrolls, one for Rosh Chodesh and one for the sixth day of Chanukah.  We will have a light breakfast following the minyan, including Sufganiyot!

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Rabbi Menachem Creditor
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