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Topic - Aaron Miller
On Sunday, a regional group will try to reach Jews in and around Washington, D.C., to help forge a greater sense of community and throw some education into the process.
Mr. Miller added, "The best outcome of Jewish education is to inspire a thirst for more, and I hope that this day of learning will lead participants to continue learning throughout the year."
"I can see how Jewish learning inspires Jewish living," said Mr. Miller, whose Washington Hebrew Congregation has hundreds participating in weekly studies.