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RELIGION BRIEFS Temple Emanu-El Sisterhood Interfaith Tea Co-Chairwomen Dorothy Quint and Aida Florsheim. Contributed photo SISTERHOOD INTERFAITH TEA TO BE HELD MAY 8 The Sisterhood Interfaith Tea will return to The event will conclude with casual socializTemple Emanu-El, 151 McIntosh Road in ing, the release notes. Sarasota, on Wednesday, May 8, from 1:30 to Tea and sweets will be served, and attendees 4 p.m., the Temple has announced. of different faiths will be encouraged to sit to"This unique event is an afternoon of learning, gether to foster friendship and understanding, celebrating, and building bridges with old and it says. new friends of various faiths," a news release The Sisterhood Interfaith Tea is chaired by says. Dorothy Quint and Aida Florsheim. The cost The Tea will begin with a panel discussion is $5; reservations are appreciated, the release about arts, music, dance and food "and how these elements are woven into the traditions adds. and celebrations of different religions," the release adds. Panelists will be female religious leaders and laypeople representing Judaism, trans-denominational Christianity, Hinduism and Greek Orthodoxy. A question-and-answer period will follow. Attendees are also asked to bring at least one nonperishable food item for All Faiths Food Bank. For more information, call Dorothy Quint at 359-9417 or Aida Florsheim at 922-5711.

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