Rabbi Daniel Cohen (third from right), Rabbi Allie Klein (front row, second from left) and Sue Wishnow, Temple Sharey-Tefilo Israel (TSTI) board of trustees president (front, fourth from left) of TSTI in South Orange made a special visit to synagogue members who make their winter home in Florida.
The visit, which has become an annual tradition, took place on March 1 at Wycliffe Country Club in Lake Worth, where everyone enjoyed a luncheon and caught up with each other.
TSTI members Carole and Ed Lidz, formerly of West Orange and who now live in Lake Worth, hosted the luncheon for the group. Ed is a past president of TSTI; they are standing to the left of Rabbi Cohen.
“We look forward to this visit every year as a wonderful way to stay connected to our seniors,” said Cohen, “and we look forward to seeing everyone in South Orange when they are back in town.”
The Reform synagogue also helps its seniors, the homebound, college students and others who are out of the area stay connected to their community by live streaming its services via a link on its website home page.
For more information about TSTI’s services and programs, visit www.tstinj.org.