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Temple to install new officers Friday

Temple Bat Yam, the only Jewish congregation and community center serving Lake Tahoe’s South Shore, Carson City and the Carson Valley, will install its new officers and directors at Sabbath services Friday, Jan. 21, at 7:30 p.m.

Al Goldberg and Wayne Omel, both of Stateline, were re-elected to second terms as president and vice president, respectively. Bob Mueller of Zephyr Cove was re-elected to a third term as treasurer. Charna Silver of Zephyr Cove was newly elected as secretary, succeeding long-time secretary Alexis Wagner of South Lake Tahoe. Beckie Wagner of South lake Tahoe, president of the youth group, was re-elected as non-voting youth representative to the board.

The officers and board will be installed by Student Rabbi Robert Haas.

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