Five-year-old Harper Pertchik, left, Ari Gurdian, 5, center, and other children try to make sounds by blowing into shofars, which are musical horns made from ram, kudu, or goat horns, as Rabbi Fishel Zaklos, right, helps during a shofar workshop at the new Chabad Jewish Center of Naples and Marco Island on Seagate Drive in North Naples on Sunday. Children used saws and sandpaper to fashion their own shofars to mark the end of the fast of Yom Kippur on Sept. 22, 2007.

Photo by GREG KAHN, Daily News

Five-year-old Harper Pertchik, left, Ari Gurdian, 5, center, and other children try to make sounds by blowing into shofars, which are musical horns made from ram, kudu, or goat horns, as Rabbi Fishel Zaklos, right, helps during a shofar workshop at the new Chabad Jewish Center of Naples and Marco Island on Seagate Drive in North Naples on Sunday. Children used saws and sandpaper to fashion their own shofars to mark the end of the fast of Yom Kippur on Sept. 22, 2007.

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