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RELIGION BRIEFS Rabbi Geoff Huntting and his wife, Sue, will mark Geoff's 20 years of service to Temple Sinai in a Shabbat on Dec. 6. Contributed photo SHABBAT TO HONOR RABBI GEOFFREY HUNTTING On Friday, Dec. 6, Temple Sinai will celebrate Rabbi Geoff Huntting's 20 years of dedication to the congregation and the community at large, the Temple has announced. "The inspiring musical Rhythm and Jews Shabbat Service," featuring The Bruno Trio, is scheduled for 6 p.m., a news release says. It will be preceded by a welcome reception at 5:15 p.m. Members of the Youth Group will be participating in the service, the release adds. Juris Doctor degree from Loyola Law School. He was ordained by the Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion in June 1991, after five years of study in Jerusalem, Los Angeles and Cincinnati, the release adds. Huntting; his wife, Sue; and their two children came to Sarasota in late 1993, when he accepted the position at Temple Sinai. Huntting has been involved with the American Jewish Committee and J Street and is on the advisory board of ALSO, the release adds. Huntting received a Bachelor of Arts in liberal arts from Johns Hopkins University, the "Rabbi Huntting is known for his innovative release continues. After serving in Vietnam, and creative nature; whether it is in conceivhe moved to California, where he received a ing a program to keep teenagers involved with

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