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Subject: Announcing 2012 Honorees
Date: August 7th 2012

Union for Traditional Judaism
 

UTJ ANNUAL DINNER

Wednesday, November 14, 2012, at 6:00 PM

The UTJ gala Annual Dinner will take place on Wednesday evening, November 14, 2012, at 6:00PM, at the Jewish Center of Teaneck, 70 Sterling Place, Teaneck, New Jersey. We are very pleased to announce this year Honorees:

The Guest of Honor
         Rabbi Jeffrey Rappoport

Rabbi Rappoport has been serving as Director of Morashah, the rabbinic fellowship of UTJ, since 1997. He is the editor of the Kosher Nexus, a daily blog at koshernexus.org.

Chaver Ne'eman Award
  Rabbi Kenneth and Karen Greene,
                              of Boca Raton, FL;

         Rabbi Pinchas and Miriam Klein,
                                 of Philadelphia, PA;

             Rabbi Leonard and Marilyn Zucker,
                                   of West Palm Beach, FL.

To place a journal ad or make a reservation online, please click on the following link:

http://www.utj.org/civicrm/event/info?reset=1&id=1

Journal entries start at $75, dinner reservations start at $200.

For more information, please visit the UTJ Web site, www.utj.org/dinner .You can always e-mail dinner@utj.org or call 201-801-0707 with your questions.

Rabbi Noah Gradofsky
Dinner Chairperson

     
     
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