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Basking in our heritage


On a balmy Sunday afternoon, hundreds of folks made their way to the Jewish Heritage Festival, held at the News-Journal Center in Daytona Beach. There were children’s activites, Noah’s Landing petting zoo, Masada rock climbing wall, matzoh making, an IDF obstacle course and camel rides. There was Klezmer, Israeli and swing music, as well as an array of Judaic artwork and exhibits.

Two of the most significant items on display were the ancient Torah scroll that was hand written on deerskin by three scribes in the 15th century, and the array of beautiful Torahs on display.


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