During a dedication ceremony Friday in honor of Herbert Baumgard, the founding rabbi of Temple Beth Am, Baumgard's sons, Jonathan, left center, and Daniel, center, hold a framed copy of the sign designating a portion of Kendall Drive Rabbi Herbert Baumgard Road.
During a dedication ceremony Friday in honor of Herbert Baumgard, the founding rabbi of Temple Beth Am, Baumgard's sons, Jonathan, left center, and Daniel, center, hold a framed copy of the sign designating a portion of Kendall Drive Rabbi Herbert Baumgard Road. MARSHA HALPER mhalper@miamiherald.com
During a dedication ceremony Friday in honor of Herbert Baumgard, the founding rabbi of Temple Beth Am, Baumgard's sons, Jonathan, left center, and Daniel, center, hold a framed copy of the sign designating a portion of Kendall Drive Rabbi Herbert Baumgard Road. MARSHA HALPER mhalper@miamiherald.com

Part of Kendall Drive dedicated to temple’s founding rabbi

October 21, 2016 04:01 PM

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