New OKC rabbi's first day
Ann Dee Lee, a spokeswoman for the temple, said Harris starts her new job today.
Harris (pictured) comes to Oklahoma City from the Kansas City, Kan., area, where she was education rabbi at Beth Torah, a congregation in Overland Park, Kan.
In addition to several events held to say “shalom” to Harris as she prepared to leave Kansas for Oklahoma City, the Beth Torah congregation is honoring Harris by creating a special poetry collection to be housed in the Beth Torah library.
“She will be missed greatly, but we are very pleased to see her move on to being able to leave a congrgation and bring all her many talents to another Jewish community,” Beth Torah Rabbi Mark Levin told the Kansas City Jewish Chronicle.
Look for more information about Harris and her new post soon in The Oklahoman.
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