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The Yiddish Group at Gurwin Jewish Fay J. Linder Residences

I am trying to develop a relationship with this group in a number of ways, and one such way is to connect my friends at the NY Yiddish Language Group with the Yiddish speakers here at the Center (where there are a good number of Yiddish speakers).

The group next will meet on Monday afternoon, April 22 at 2:30 p.m. at the Center in Commack, which is in Suffolk County on Long Island. Is anyone interested? At least you'd be able to practice your Yiddish.

Please respond to this opportunity via our Meetup site, or you can contact me directly. Their group will meet regardless of whether anyone from our group shows up, but it would be nice if some of you would like to participate. If you do say "yes", please do show up.

I know the weekday afternoon might be bad for many of you, not to mention the location, especially since many of you probably live in NYC, but you can't say there aren't any new opportunities to practice speaking and listening to Yiddish.

Any questions, just ask.

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