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Welcome Beth Shalom

This is a blog entry entitled "Welcome Beth Shalom" from Rabbi Stanton Zamek's blog, www.rabbizamek.blogspot.com. This entry, from October 1st, 2005, describes the warm welcome Beth Shalom Synagogue received from Jefferson Baptist Church, as well as the community's first Shabbat services in that borrowed space. Rabbi Zamek is the spiritual leader of Beth Shalom Synagogue in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. He and his community played an important role in relief efforts after Hurricane Katrina,...

Where we are today

This is a blog entry entitled "Where We Are Today" from Rabbi Stanton Zamek's blog, www.rabbizamek.blogspot.com. This entry, from September 29th, 2005, describes the state of demolition and cleaning work at Beth Shalom Synagogue, and where the community is meeting in the meantime. Rabbi Zamek is the spiritual leader of Beth Shalom Synagogue in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. He and his community played an important role in relief efforts after Hurricane Katrina, hosting evacuees in congregants'...

After Rita - Second Day

This is a blog entry entitled "After Rita -- Second Day" from Rabbi Stanton Zamek's blog, www.rabbizamek.blogspot.com. In this entry, from September 26th, 2005, Rabbi Zamek writes about the damage Beth Shalom sustained and the community's first efforts at cleaning and repairing the synagogue. Rabbi Zamek is the spiritual leader of Beth Shalom Synagogue in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. He and his community played an important role in relief efforts after Hurricane Katrina, hosting evacuees in...

Not so lucky with Rita

This is a blog entry entitled "Not so lucky with Rita" from Rabbi Stanton Zamek's blog, www.rabbizamek.blogspot.com. This entry, from September 25th, 2005, describes Rabbi Zamek first discovering the damage Hurricane Rita caused his congregation, as well as the second evacuation of Torah scrolls originally evacuated from New Orleans. Rabbi Zamek is the spiritual leader of Beth Shalom Synagogue in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. He and his community played an important role in relief efforts after...

My fifteen minutes are over

This is a blog entry entitled "My fifteen minutes are over" from Rabbi Stanton Zamek's blog, www.rabbizamek.blogspot.com. This entry, from September 21st, 2005, describes a speech that President Bush gave mentioning Rabbi Zamek and his work with Katrina evacuees. Rabbi Zamek is the spiritual leader of Beth Shalom Synagogue in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. He and his community played an important role in relief efforts after Hurricane Katrina, hosting evacuees in congregants' homes, reuniting families...