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Sarasota News Leader August 30, 2013 lichot services incorporate music, blessings and meditations for an inspiring and reflective worship experience," the release explains. "Periods of silence are interspersed throughout the prayers so worshippers can engage in personal contemplation and individual communion with the Divine. The service concludes with a dramatic shofar blast to awaken Page 99 the soul to the solemnity and grandeur of the season." Temple Emanu-El uses an original Selichot service compiled by Rabbi Brenner Glickman; it incorporates traditional as well as modern elements, the release notes. For more information, call the Temple Emanu-El office at 371-2788. Preparing homemade desserts for last year's President's Reception preceding the Selichot service were Temple Emanu-El members Deborah Solomon, Joan Blum, Judilee Sterne, Rabbi Elaine Rose Glickman, Leo Glickman and (front) Eden Glickman. Contributed photo

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