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AT THE TABLE WITH: Rabbi Jeff Sultar

Rabbi Jeff Sultar came to Phoenixville in the spring of 2016 to attend to the spiritual needs of Congregation B’nai Jacob. The congregation was formed over 100 years ago in a small building in the downtown. A new synagogue was built in 1957 at ...

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    Lettiere to become 10th president at Immaculata University

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