Cantors Rachelle Nelson and Lisa Segal, far left, join the congregation at Beth Shalom in closing Shabbat services.
Cantors Rachelle Nelson and Lisa Segal, far left, join the congregation at Beth Shalom in closing Shabbat services. Courtesy of Robin Landers
Cantors Rachelle Nelson and Lisa Segal, far left, join the congregation at Beth Shalom in closing Shabbat services. Courtesy of Robin Landers

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