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Sarasota News Leader March 1, 2013 Page 118 MULTIPLE ACTIVITIES MARK PURIM AT TEMPLE EMANU-EL Temple Emanu-El celebrated the joyful holiday of Purim with an original play, song session, megillah reading, costume parade and lively carnival on Feb. 24, according to a news release. nival foods, including hamburgers, hot dogs, snow cones, cotton candy, funnel cakes and lemonade, the release continues. Proceeds benefitted Temple Emanu-El Religious School. Titled, Purim Pandemonium, the event was ���Purim Pandemonium was one of the most hosted by the religious school and chaired by fun, enjoyable and exciting religious events Anne Steinbach, the release notes. that I have ever experienced!��� a fourth-grader More than 300 Temple Emanu-El members enthused, according to the release ���You got and guests of all ages enjoyed the celebra- to hang out with friends, have fun, win prizes tion, the release says. The morning began with and overall have an awesome time there. It a Purim family service conducted by Rabbi was a wonderful way to celebrate Purim with Brenner J. Glickman and song leader Amber friends, family, and your temple.��� Ikeman; it featured the religious school���s sevFor more information about family holiday celenth-grade class performing a play written by ebrations at Temple Emanu-El, call 371-2788. Director of Education Sabrina Silverberg. The festivities continued with games, a dunk tank, giant slide, obstacle course, bounce house, a bake sale with plenty of hamantashen and car- The Schlosberg family enjoys ���Purim Pandemonium��� at Temple Emanu-El. Contributed photo Temple Emanu-El Religious School students Eitan and Jonah cooled off with snow cones. Contributed photo

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