Pictures of Torah in Uganda

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New correspondence and pictures from Uganda!


From: Gershom
Date: November 28, 2016 at 12:40:21 AM EST
To: Cliff Spungen
Subject: Re: Teffilin

We had hachnasat Torah ceremony today and I delivered the $200 for kippot to Aaron. Thank you so much and please convey my thanks to the rabbi and the community.




From: Aaron Kintu Moses
Date: November 28, 2016 at 1:44:01 AM EST
To: Cliff Spungen

Dear  Cliff,

Thank you  so much for welcoming brother as well as a Rabbi to community and for giving us  a Torah donation. We are proud of you and  your congregation

With hope to meet you  next year again.





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