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RELIGION BRIEFS Temple Emanu-El Sisterhood President Linda Weiss joins Rabbi Brenner Glickman in creating Chanukah cards for American Jewish soldiers serving overseas. Contributed photo TEMPLE EMANU-EL TO BRING CHANUKAH CHEER TO U.S. SOLDIERS Although Chanukah does not begin until Dec. 8, Temple Emanu-El members have already been instrumental in ensuring a happy holiday for American Jewish soldiers serving over- seas. In conjunction with the Los Angeles-based military support organization Project M.O.T., Temple Emanu-El recently oversaw the cre- ation and donation of handmade and hand- written Chanukah cards, a news release says. These cards were collected at Temple Ema- nu-El, then mailed to Project M.O.T. for inclu- sion in its Chanukah care packages for Jewish soldiers. For more information about Temple Ema- nu-El's outreach efforts to American Jewish soldiers, call 379-1997. SPECIAL CHORAL MASS SET FOR THANKSGIVING DAY The clergy and parish family of the Church of the Redeemer, 222 S. Palm Ave., in downtown Sarasota, invite all members of the community to celebrate Thanksgiving Day with a special choral Mass at 10 a.m. on Thursday, Nov. 22. A collection of non-perishable food will be made to help feed the hungry in the commu- nity through the Mayor's Feed the Hungry pro- gram and Caritas.

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