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Sarasota News Leader February 1, 2013 Page 94 SHABBAT ALIVE! RETURNS TO TEMPLE EMANU-EL FEB. 8 Shabbat Alive! — an all-musical celebration of Shabbat featuring upbeat, contemporary arrangements of the traditional prayers — will return to Temple Emanu-El on Friday, Feb. 8, at 7:30 p.m., the Temple has announced. public "is warmly invited to this unique and inspiring service," the release says. The Shabbat Alive! service will be preceded by a catered Shabbat dinner at 6:15 p.m. Paid reservations for the dinner are due by Feb. 4, the release adds; the cost is $15 for adults and The Temple is located at 151 McIntosh Road $10 for children ages 6-12, with no charge for in Sarasota. Conducted by a full band of pro- children under 6. fessional and volunteer musicians and vocalReservations may be mailed to Dinner Comists, Shabbat Alive! has become one of Temple mittee, Temple Emanu-El, 151 McIntosh Road, Emanu-El's signature programs, a news re- Sarasota, Florida 34232. lease says. This installment of Shabbat Alive! will feature the music of Rick Recht, "one of The Shabbat Alive! service is free, with no reservations required. the leading young composers of Jewish popular and sacred music," the release adds. The For more information, call 371-2788. % (Top row, from left) Temple Emanu-El Rabbi Brenner J. Glickman, Sam Silverberg, Deborah Cameron, Dawn Dill; (bottom row, from left) Dan Cartlidge, Stuart Miller, music director Cynthia Roberts-Greene and Joe Bruno will lead the Shabbat Alive! service on Feb. 8 at Temple Emanu-El.

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