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Irina Zaurov, facing forward, and other members of the Rakdanee Miriam Dancers wrap up a Hasidic dance in the Great Hall of the Toledo Museum of Art. Sunday afternoon's program included prayers and a history of Israeli folk dances.
Dr. Marvin Rubin holds his 3-year-old granddaughter Penina Rubin as they watch the dancers and choirs. The program, the last of the museum's six-day series celebrating local diversity, was presented by the United Jewish Council of Greater Toledo's Jewish Community Relations Council.