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Thursday, October 18, 2007

Tribal Solidarity: Jewish federation taps Mark Shapiro

Posted By on Thu, Oct 18, 2007 at 4:47 PM

The Jewish Federation tapped Tribe GM Mark Shapiro to speak to its tribe. Wedgie? Call back when you get mitzvahed, buddy.
The Jewish Community Federation of Cleveland has found a way to take advantage of Indians’ playoff fever. Next month, the organization’s Young Leadership Division is hosting an event appropriately entitled “From One Tribe to Another … An Evening With Mark Shapiro.” For the low, low price of a $180 “suggested donation” to the federation’s Campaign for Jewish Needs, you too can hear the Messiah of Cleveland Baseball speak. At a synagogue, no less. Hurry! Space is limited. -- Lisa Rab

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