2018: Creating a sense of safety for the Jewish community

The shooting and mass killing at a synagogue in Pittsburgh in November was as disturbing to members of the Tri-state Jewish community as it was to Jewish residents of larger cities. 

Anti-semitism didn’t seem to be an issue in northwest Connecticut in the second half of the 20th century. But in 2017 there were several threatening incidents here and in nearby New York state, disturbing the general sense of peace, safety and community that usually pervades this part of the world.

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