East Brunswick memorializes victims of synagogue shooting

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The community of East Brunswick remembered the 11 victims of the Tree of Life Synagogue shooting in Pittsburgh in October with a monument and a memorial garden dedicated to the victims of bias violence on June 25. Pictured are Assemblywoman Nancy Pinkin, left to right; Rabbi Effy Unterman of Young Israel of East Brunswick; Cantor Larry Brandspiegel of East Brunswick Jewish Center; Mayor Brad Cohen of East Brunswick; Hollie Cerame, chair of the East Brunswick Interfaith Clergy Council; Rabbi Jeff Pivo of East Brunswick Jewish Center; Rabbi Eric Eisenkramer of Temple B'nai Shalom; and Rabbi Shlomo Landau of Torah Links of Middlesex County. PHOTOS COURTESY OF THE EAST BRUNSWICK INTERFAITH CLERGY COUNCIL
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The community of East Brunswick remembered the 11 victims of the Tree of Life Synagogue shooting in Pittsburgh in October with a monument and a memorial garden dedicated to the victims of bias violence on June 25. Pictured are Assemblywoman Nancy Pinkin, left to right; Rabbi Effy Unterman of Young Israel of East Brunswick; Cantor Larry Brandspiegel of East Brunswick Jewish Center; Mayor Brad Cohen of East Brunswick; Hollie Cerame, chair of the East Brunswick Interfaith Clergy Council; Rabbi Jeff Pivo of East Brunswick Jewish Center; Rabbi Eric Eisenkramer of Temple B'nai Shalom; and Rabbi Shlomo Landau of Torah Links of Middlesex County. PHOTOS COURTESY OF THE EAST BRUNSWICK INTERFAITH CLERGY COUNCIL
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The community of East Brunswick remembered the 11 victims of the Tree of Life Synagogue shooting in Pittsburgh in October with a monument and a memorial garden dedicated to the victims of bias violence on June 25. Pictured are Assemblywoman Nancy Pinkin, left to right; Rabbi Effy Unterman of Young Israel of East Brunswick; Cantor Larry Brandspiegel of East Brunswick Jewish Center; Mayor Brad Cohen of East Brunswick; Hollie Cerame, chair of the East Brunswick Interfaith Clergy Council; Rabbi Jeff Pivo of East Brunswick Jewish Center; Rabbi Eric Eisenkramer of Temple B'nai Shalom; and Rabbi Shlomo Landau of Torah Links of Middlesex County. PHOTOS COURTESY OF THE EAST BRUNSWICK INTERFAITH CLERGY COUNCIL
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The community of East Brunswick remembered the 11 victims of the Tree of Life Synagogue shooting in Pittsburgh in October with a monument and a memorial garden dedicated to the victims of bias violence on June 25. Pictured are Assemblywoman Nancy Pinkin, left to right; Rabbi Effy Unterman of Young Israel of East Brunswick; Cantor Larry Brandspiegel of East Brunswick Jewish Center; Mayor Brad Cohen of East Brunswick; Hollie Cerame, chair of the East Brunswick Interfaith Clergy Council; Rabbi Jeff Pivo of East Brunswick Jewish Center; Rabbi Eric Eisenkramer of Temple B'nai Shalom; and Rabbi Shlomo Landau of Torah Links of Middlesex County. PHOTOS COURTESY OF THE EAST BRUNSWICK INTERFAITH CLERGY COUNCIL

The community of East Brunswick remembered the 11 victims of the Tree of Life Synagogue shooting in Pittsburgh in October with a monument and a memorial garden dedicated to the victims of bias violence on June 25. Pictured are Assemblywoman Nancy Pinkin, left to right; Rabbi Effy Unterman of Young Israel of East Brunswick; Cantor Larry Brandspiegel of East Brunswick Jewish Center; Mayor Brad Cohen of East Brunswick; Hollie Cerame, chair of the East Brunswick Interfaith Clergy Council; Rabbi Jeff Pivo of East Brunswick Jewish Center; Rabbi Eric Eisenkramer of Temple B’nai Shalom; and Rabbi Shlomo Landau of Torah Links of Middlesex County.