Temple Sholom celebrates a century in Sterling
STERLING – The year was 1949, and the large upstairs room was filled with friends, family and even Lester Weinstine’s teachers from Central School.
The party was for Weinstine’s bar mitzvah, the first to be held in the building that would one day become Temple Sholom.
The unassuming building at 510 E. 10th St. is full of memories, said David “Abie” Abrahams, a former congregant and local reporter who now is a rabbi in Fairport, N.Y.
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