Item is-jhse-961 - Shim Laskin & Michael Comay.

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Shim Laskin & Michael Comay.

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JHSE jhse-51-is-jhse-961

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  • [ca. 1955] (Creation)
    Laddie Ponich, Edmonton

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President Shim Laskin of the Menorah Curling Club, and the first Ambassador of Israel to Canada, Michael Comay. "Curling has done a lot for the Jewish Community of Edmonton. Now, with our own rink, let this common understanding of good fellowships be a basis for further development toward this goal, of a perfect community. Let it not be said that the curlers have shirked their duty in any other community endeavour, for what is in the community must be shared by all of us, and let us all help to make these as successful as we have made our curling club." - From 1952/53 B'nai Brith Menorah Curling Club Roster and Dedication Book.<br><br>

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