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Torah Scribing at Temple Shalom

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Rabbi Levi Selwyn points out a specific passage in the Torah during Temple Shalom's Torah scribing event, where members of the congregation got involved the scribing with a quill a letter, as well as learning about the process. Rabbi Selwyn is a certified scribe from N. Miami Beach and is working with Temple Shalom in completing their Torah.

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Scott McIntyre/Staff Rabbi Levi Selwyn points out a specific passage in the Torah during Temple Shalom's Torah scribing event, where members of the congregation got involved the scribing with a quill a letter, as well as learning about the process. Rabbi Selwyn is a certified scribe from N. Miami Beach and is working with Temple Shalom in completing their Torah.

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Rabbi Levi Selwyn fills in another letter of the Torah along with Joel and Susan Pittelman during Temple Shalom's Torah scribing event, where members of the congregation got involved the scribing with a quill a letter, as well as learning about the process. Rabbi Selwyn is a certified scribe from N. Miami Beach and is working with Temple Shalom in completing their Torah.
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Scenes from Temple Shalom's Torah scribing event, where members of the congregation got involved the scribing with a quill a letter, as well as learning about the process.
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Rabbi Levi Selwyn discusses the process of the making of a Torah along with Temple Shalom's former Rabbi, James Perman, and his wife Jane during the temple's Torah scribing event, where members of the congregation got involved the scribing with a quill a letter, as well as learning about the process. Rabbi Selwyn is a certified scribe from N. Miami Beach and is working with Temple Shalom in completing their Torah.
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Rabbi Levi Selwyn points out a specific passage in the Torah during Temple Shalom's Torah scribing event, where members of the congregation got involved the scribing with a quill a letter, as well as learning about the process. Rabbi Selwyn is a certified scribe from N. Miami Beach and is working with Temple Shalom in completing their Torah.
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Rabbi Levi Selwyn, right, carefully fills in a letter with Shelly Burkle, center and his wife Honey during Temple Shalom's Torah scribing event, where members of the congregation got involved the scribing with a quill a letter, as well as learning about the process. Rabbi Selwyn is a certified scribe from N. Miami Beach and is working with Temple Shalom in completing their Torah.
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Gene Helfand, from left, Paul Rosofasky, and Will Rudman, chat behind the Torah learning station at Temple Shalom's Torah scribing event, where members of the congregation got involved the scribing with a quill a letter, as well as learning about the process.
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Scenes from Temple Shalom's Torah scribing event, where members of the congregation got involved the scribing with a quill a letter, as well as learning about the process.
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Rabbi Adam Miller chats with Shelly Berkle, right, and his wife Honey Berkle at Temple Shalom's Torah scribing event, where members of the congregation got involved the scribing with a quill a letter, as well as learning about the process.
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Scenes from Temple Shalom's Torah scribing event, where members of the congregation got involved the scribing with a quill a letter, as well as learning about the process.
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Elliot Miller personalizes a wimple, a special type of Torah binder, which when completed will cover the completed Torah that is being scribed at Temple Shalom.

Scenes from Temple Shalom's Torah scribing event, where members of the congregation got involved the scribing with a quill a letter, as well as learning about the process.

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