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Chabad of Red Rock, based in Las Vegas, is dedicated to strengthening the Red Rock Jewish community by promoting Jewish pride, study and celebration. To serving individuals and families looking for a non-judgmental, accepting, personalized Jewish experience and to establish a warm and traditional community center where everyone is made to feel welcome and comfortable. To providing for the spiritual and material needs of all Jews living in the Red Rock area – regardless of their background or affiliation.
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Joseph had two sons in Egypt. From their names, we learn how a human being can be successful in this world. He named the first son Menasheh, which means to forget. Whenever Joseph called Menasheh, he remembered that this land was causing him to forget his true home and all that his father had taught him. And so he never forgot. He named his second son Ephraim, which means to be productive. Whenever Joseph called Ephraim, he remembered that he had a purpose to accomplish in Egypt, so that his family could eventually settle there in dignity and prosperity. And...