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Rabbi Weberman Hosts Miami Beach Fire Chief


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Rabbi Pinchas Weberman hosted a luncheon honoring the new Miami Beach fire chief, Javier Otero. The luncheon took place in Rabbi Weberman’s shul, Ohev Shalom (7055 Bonita Drive), on October 22. Rabbi Weberman offered appreciation for Otero’s cooperation with the new Miami Beach Hatzalah. In addition to his many other responsibilities, Rabbi Weberman is the liaison between law enforcement and the South Florida Jewish community.

Miami Beach Police Chief Ray Hernandez (center) presented six Miami Beach chaplains with certificates of appreciation.

Shelley Benveniste

About the Author: Shelley Benveniste is South Florida editor of The Jewish Press.


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