SB Right – 2 Column
Sometimes it is at the end of an interview that you get ‘the hook’ for the article you’re writing. So it was with the Levi interview when an “Oh, and by the way” comment, made as the interview ended, piqued my interest, and I hope yours as well. We were talking about backgrounds and Patty […]
Many of you know David as our past Vice President and President of Temple Sinai. Both he and Amy have been very active in our Temple. Amy was a teacher for 12 years and David was a past trustee on the board at Temple Sinai too. David and Amy have lived in Williston for the […]
“Character cannot be developed in ease and quiet. Only through experience of trial and suffering can the soul be strengthened, vision cleared, ambition inspired, and success achieved.” -Helen Keller This quote seems applicable to the lives of both Tim and Paula Cope. Both of them had their share of adversities that they dealt with and […]
Many of you know Joel as a past President of Temple Sinai, guitar player for Dahg and also for our folk services, but I bet fewer of you know Barbara, his highly accomplished and modest partner of 28 years. So we’ll start with Barbara and find out some interesting things about her life. Barb was […]
Many of you have seen Barbra and her family at Temple and probably had some of the same questions that I had when first meeting her. It is unusual to have a native born African attending our services and I was intrigued by her. She has a lovely accent and an animated face which draws you in immediately. She is also a very open and friendly person.
Andrew Orringer was born in New York City and later lived in New Rochelle NY. When he was 13, he and his family moved to Lake Placid. He has one sister, who lives in New York City, is married and has a 13 year old daughter. Andrew went to grade school in New Rochelle and […]