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L'Shanah Tovah: All About Rosh HaShanah

L'Shana tova everyone! Here's wishing you a Sweet New Year. Want to brush up on your High Holiday facts before Rosh HaShanah begins this evening? Check out these helpful articles: What Are the Jewish High Holidays What Is Rosh HaShanah? 8 Most Important Things to Know About Rosh HaShanah Rosh HaShanah Food Customs Apple and Honey on Rosh HaShanah What Is a Shofar? Shofar Sounds What Is Tashlich? How to Say "Happy New Year" in Hebrew.
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