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3501 Oak Pointe Boulevard
Kissimmee, Florida 34746
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                                                                         Welcome to Congregation Shalom Aleichem.
                                                                         A Friendly & Growing Reform Congregation in

                                                                         Kissimmee Florida.

Please look around, then contact us for information about attending one of our services or events. All major Jewish Holidays are observed with special services. Membership in the Congregation includes tickets to all High Holy Day Services and all holidays.  While we are not a large Congregation, the Board of Directors has plans to enhance membership and programs. We are looking for members who wish to become part of the local Jewish Community. Services are conducted by Rabbi Karen Allen.

We need the support of every Jewish family and person in our area to help by attending services and becoming a supporter.

 

 

       August 2015                                          Av/Elul  5775 

 

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The temple will host a  night of music and nostalgia.
Saturday October 24 at 7: 30pm
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The soul of  Solomon Siegel

By Herbert Siegel

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A work of love, discovery and fulfillment. Herb was very young when he lost his grandfather Solomon. His memory of him was at best, dim. When he came across  writings, in Yiddish, by his grandfather, he became intrigued. After a long search, he was finally able to get those writings translated. What he discovered was a man with a poetic soul and deep wisdom.

That started him on a long journey to find out more about the man and life and origins, including a trip  Europe along with his twin brother. The result was this wonderful book.

 

As you go through the book, you can begin to feel a connection with Solomon.  Many of us have similar backgrounds and heritage.  With some changes of dates and names, It could be our story.

                                                    — Norman Salinsky  

   

 

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