Corrections & Clarifications July 23, 2013

 

• A photo caption on 14A on Sunday with an article about a new healthcare model misspelled the name of a PrimeHealth physician. Dr. Alex Roca appeared in the picture looking at a patient’s X-ray.

•  A story on 1B o n Tuesday incorrectly reported the manner in which Duray Smith, a former Department of Children & Families supervisor, left the agency. Smith resigned in May after it was revealed he had a second job as a substitute teacher.

• A six-part series on the Psalms led by Rabbi David Schonblum at Temple Bet Breira Samu-El Or Olom in Kendall has been postponed due to a death in the rabbi’s family. The series, which is based on the book, Growth through Tehillim, and emphasizes the spiritual and personal relevance of the book of Psalms, has been rescheduled for July 30 and ends Aug. 27. The series will be at Temple Bet Breira Samu-El Or Olom, 9400 SW 87th Ave. For more information, call 305-595-1500.

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