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Harrisburg’s Annual Thanksgiving Kiddush Hashem

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Akiva Males is the rabbi of Kesher Israel Congregation in Harrisburg, PA. The shul hopes to also show its appreciation to Harrisburg’s Police Department this Thanksgiving. Rabbi Males can be contacted at rabbimales@yahoo.com.

About the Author: Rabbi Akiva Males is rabbi of Kesher Israel Congregation in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. He can be reached at rabbimales@yahoo.com.

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