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    • Temple Beth Sholom of Mesa, 1988

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    • Temple Beth Sholom of Mesa was established in 1949. In 2000, the congregation moved to a new location in Chandler. In 1987, Temple Beth Sholom hired the Valley's first female rabbi, Bonnie Koppell.
    • Temple Beth Sholom, 1987

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    • synagogues
    • Alan Sapakie (left), Mayor Al Brooks (center), and Rabbi Manuel Armon (right) stand in front of Temple Beth Sholom synagogue in Mesa. The temple moved to this location (316 S. LeSueur Street) in 1986 to accomodate the growth of its congregation. ...
    • President Ronald Reagan with Lubavitch Leaders, 1987

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    • Government; Rabbis
    • A delegation of Lubavitch leaders joins President Ronald Reagan in the White House for the signing of the 1987 Education Day Proclamation. The proclamation recognizes the achievements of Hasidic movement leader Rabbi Menachem Mendel Schneerson....
    • All Sisterhood Tea

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    • Sisterhoods; synagogues
    • Sisterhood Presidents from Phoenix, Scottsdale, and Mesa synagogues plan the annual All Sisterhood Tea. From left: Mrs. Joseph Lagman of Temple Beth Isreal, Mrs. Louis Rosenberg of Beth El, Mrs. David Kalish of Beth Hebrew, Mrs. Milton Guren of...

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