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E-edition: October 11, 2013


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  1. Mazel Tov Mazel Tov Mazel Tov

    Ronit and Kenny Reinhard had a baby boy at 12:24 PM today,
    Sunday Oct 13, 2013
    09 Chesvan 5774

    He weighed 7Lb. 12oz
    ans is 20" tall

    Mazel Tov
    Aunt Nitzan & Uncle Yoni Pelman

    Sisters: Stephanie & Jessica Reinhard

    Parents: Micheal & Rena Reinhard

    May Hashem keep watch over all of us and klal Yisroel.
    May we all share in each others simchas with health, happiness and yiddisha Mazel Tov Mazel Tov Mazel Tov

    Ronit and Kenny Reinhard had a baby boy at 12:24 PM today,
    Sunday Oct 13, 2013
    09 Chesvan 5774

    He weighed 7Lb. 12oz
    ans is 20" tall

    Mazel Tov
    Aunt Nitzan & Uncle Yoni Pelman

    Sisters: Stephanie & Jessica Reinhard

    Parents: Micheal & Rena Reinhard

    May Hashem keep watch over all of us and klal Yisroel.
    May we all share in each others simchas with health, happiness and yiddisha nachus.

    Judy & Eli Pelman

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