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  • ClipartKey_705740.png In Jewish tradition, a Torah is welcomed to the community as a new bride and groom are celebrated by their families and friends. The Torah is introduced under a traditional marriage canopy (Chuppah) and is accompanied by music and festivities. Every community member is an integral part of the celebration - just as a family member is to the wedding.

    Please join us in writing history by dedicating a part of the Torah and by participating in the festive celebration. On May 19th a scribe, pious and skilled, will handwrite the last letters of the Torah right here in Fremont.

    We will complete the Torah and then dance the Torah to Chabad and place it in the ark.

    By dedicating a part of this Torah, you could be a part of this historic community event. For dedication, opportunities click here .

    Torah Celebration is FREE and open to the entire community. Dinner and desserts will of course be served.

  • Thursday, May 19, 5:00pm
    Torah Completion will take place at the Fuss Home, the address will be sent upon RSVP.

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