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Event: 'Hadassah Reading Club (Albuquerque)'

Arts, Culture & Social
Music, dance, cards & other social activities.
Date: Tuesday, September 09, 2014 At 01:00 PM
Duration: 2 Hours
Contact Info:
Judi Bernstein, Sally Moxley or Shari Reed
Email: albuquerque@hadassah.org
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Hadassah of Albuquerque's reading club, meeting the second Tuesday of the month at Congregation Albert. September's book selection is "The Innocents" by Francesca Segal.



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