Judaica Shop Take 2

Categories: Judaica Shop
 

What a year it has been! We made it for a year, and now we hope to have new customers discover (or rediscover) us! Right now, we are in the throes of rearranging and restocking in preparation for a second year at the Judaica Shop. Stock is strewn about haphazardly—my fault!–but I am confident that…

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In Praise of (Judaica Shop) Volunteers—and Customers!

Categories: Community Voices, Judaica Shop
 

I have volunteered at Bingo, doing almost every position and shift—bless those callers!  I took on High Holiday requests for tickets and then sort of inherited the Book of Remembrance.  I have been a board member, recording secretary, and then financial secretary, preferring to be a worker bee rather than chief honcho. So, without any…

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What’s New in the Judaica Shop?

Categories: Community Voices, Judaica Shop
 

Great Wine Selection–Tallitot–Jewelry–Gifts! We have a white wine rack and red wine rack, and both have brief wine descriptions attached for more information.  And we want to hear your reviews of the different wines we are stocking. There are great house gifts, hostess gifts, and we will wrap a bottle of wine to make it look…

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