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Diane P. L.

Location:

Los Angeles, CA

Member since:

March 4, 2013

What is your level of Yiddish knowledge?

I am interested in exploring all things Jewish and as I approach retirement, I'm looking forward to having more time to do it! Like many of us, my grandparents spoke Yiddish, but my parents didn't. I'd like to be a (small) part of the revival.

Which activities do you plan to participate in as an active member in this group? Yiddish class/conversation group? Singing? Other activities?

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Introduction

I'm a baby boomer, getting ready to retire from teaching. I've lived in the Valley since the 1950s; I have two (adult) children and 4 grandchildren.


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