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Siman Tov

This is a blog entry titled "Siman Tov," from Rabbi Stanton Zamek's blog, www.rabbizamek.blogspot.com. This entry, from September 20th, 2005, describes the Bar Mitzvah at Beth Shalom of a boy from New Orleans who had evacuated to Baton Rouge. 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 separated by the...

At a loss for words, for once

This is a blog entry entitled "At a loss for words, for once" from Rabbi Zamek's blog, www.rabbizamek.blogspot.com. This entry, from September 16th, 2005, tells of a press conference that Rabbi Zamek participated in with other clergy in Baton Rouge. 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 separated by...

Like Living Beings

This is a blog entry entitled "Like Living Beings" from Rabbi Zamek's blog, www.rabbizamek.blogspot.com. This entry, from September 12th, 2005, describes a trip that Rabbi Zamek and others took to evacuate almost 25 Torahs from many synagogues in New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina. 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,...

5 men, 7 dogs, and a macaw

This is a blog entry entitled "5 men, 7 dogs, and a macaw" from Rabbi Zamek's blog, www.rabbizamek.blogspot.com. This entry, from September 11th, 2005, describes Beth Shalom's efforts to place a group of evacuees along with their many pets. 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 separated by the storm,...

Three More Souls

This is a blog entry entitled "Three More Souls" from Rabbi Zamek's blog, www.rabbizamek.blogspot.com. This entry, from September 7th, 2005, describes Beth Shalom?s efforts to match three more evacuees with temporary homes after Hurricane Katrina. 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 separated by the...