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Welcome to our New Members!  

(see below for their names! if we've misspelled or forgotten anyone,  
please call Rachel to let us know!)
39 new households joined Netivot Shalom during 5773!  
We are so proud to be a growing, loving family! Please invite these new members to your homes for Shabbat! Welcome them during davening & learning! What a blessed community we are to be a home to such amazing people! May this year be filled with many new and beautiful friendships!

Shannah Tovah,
rabbi creditor
   Rabbi Menachem Creditor
Michael Tarle
Michael Tarle, CNS President 
                                   
          
Bruchim haBa'im!!! Welcome to Netivot Shalom!!!
Pamela & Rikki Burdman   -   Moshe, Lilly, Molly & Ruby Arzt
David Shaw   -   Gil Friend   -   Harrison Alter   -   Nancy Rothschild
Beth Siegler Retchless & Adam Retchless   -   Noorillah Karr
Pat & Howard Goldman   -   Jo, Michael, Laila Mae Golub
Aron Erol, Rejin, & Matya Menda   -   Etai & Anna Weininger
Sara Tussie   -   Terry Damm   -   Sharon & Guy Howard
Stefan Isaac   -   Rabbi Michael Rothbaum & Anthony Russell
Lisa, Chaim, Mia, & Lucy Rappaport   -   Alisa Einwohner
C.J. Kingsley   -   Richard, Isabel, & David Bordow
Leeor, Melissa, Lilit, & Avi Neta   -   Marion Griffiths
Abby Alkon, Jonathan Leonard, Sarah & Julia
Brinah Krelstein   -   Arla, William, & Jeffrey Samuels
Leslie Schaar, Bruce Clotworthy, & Asher   -   Lynne Yellenberg
Janie Riley, Rudi Halbright, & Noah   -   Gabriel Stein-Bodenheimer
Barbara Mittleman, Rachel & Liora Diamond   -   Sue Fishkoff
Laurel Bray-Hanin, Scott Hanin, Sophie & Eli   -   Rochelle Silberman
Caryn, Nathaniel, & Audrey Graves   -   David Guendelman & Caroline Balazs
Joan Alexander   -  Barry Hecht


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