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Rabbi Sheldon Zimmerman Says Goodbye to Jewish Center of the Hamptons

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Retiring Rabbi Sheldon Zimmerman

Retiring Rabbi Sheldon Zimmerman

authorJon Winkler on May 30, 2017
After nearly 10 years of serving and educating the community at the Jewish Center of the Hamptons, Rabbi Sheldon Zimmerman is saying goodbye. "We have made such wonderful friendships both... more

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