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West Suburban Temple Har Zion

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|Community & Social Services|River Forest, IL 60305

1040 N Harlem Ave, River Forest, IL 60305

(708) 366-9000

http://www.wsthz.org/

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Temple Har Zion Preschool serves children aged 2-5 with high quality care from 7:30am to 6pm. This is where families partner with professional educators to create a lifelong love of learning through exploration, creativity, collaboration and Jewish tradition.

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04/28/2014, 19:22 PM
Ethan interviewed our cantor and friend Stew Figa about his father's life as a Polish resistance fighter hiding in the forests during the Holocaust. If it's any indication what a good read this is (especially on this Holocaust Remembrance Day), his teacher gave him a 200% (out of 100%!) on this piece, "A Tree of Life in the Trees of Life" (Note: final edits pending prior to publication.)
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04/21/2013, 20:12 PM
"The rabbis and scholars who transformed Judaism into a religion of literacy...could not have foreseen the profound impact of their decision....However, an apparently odd choice of religious norm--the enforcement of literacy in a mostly illiterate, agrarian world, potentially risky in that the process of conversions could make Judaism too costly and thus disappear--turned out to be the lever of the Jewish economic success and intellectual prominence...."
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