Come join us to celebrate Shabbat with Congregation Agudas Shalom and Rabbi Kagedan at the Walnut Street Synagogue. After services we will have dinner followed by a discussion about Jewish genealogy led by Carol Clingan. Carol is an expert in the area of Jewish genealogy, Chelsea history and the history of Jewish people in Boston. Come with questions!
We do request a $10 donation for the dinner and an RSVP by Tuesday, Aug. 1. (If you are unable to donate the full amount, please donate what you can afford.)
To RSVP for the dinner: firstname.lastname@example.org or call and leave us a message at 617.884.8668. Checks can be made out to Walnut Street Synagogue and sent to Walnut Street Synagogue P.O. Box 265 Chelsea, MA 02150.
Or donate on our website and we will mark you down for dinner: http://www.walnutstreetsynagogue.com/+ More... - Less...
* Registration closes on August 1st at 6:00 pm
145 Walnut St
Chelsea, MA 02150
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