Jewish Federation of Southern Arizona Young Women’s Cabinet members visited Handmaker Jewish Services for the Aging on Wednesday, Sept. 11 for a brief tour of the building, and the opportunity to get to know some Handmaker residents during a Rosh Hashanah card-making activity. Their visit was part of their learning about the agencies of the Jewish community, and in part to fulfill the mitzvah of hiddur pnai zaken, recognizing the beauty in and respecting our elders.
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