With a commitment to the future of Judaism, Jack and I always bought the same gifts for each of our grandchildren when they were born. To granddaughters, we gave silver candlesticks. To grandsons, Kiddush cups.
Through our contributions to the Columbus Jewish community, we hope all Jewish children will have the opportunity to learn about and enjoy their proud heritage. Judaism is a religion of special needs. We, as Jews, need to care for our heritage by providing education for our children and our children’s children.
We hope our community will continue to flourish financially and spiritually. That is the lesson we each learned from our parents and in turn have tried to pass on to our children and all children.