by Lila Hanft Cleveland Jewish News 10/26/07
Beth El-The Heights Synagogue’s Rainy Day Fund has grown in importance -- and hopefully, in size -- since Aug. 7, when heavy storms caused severe damage to the roof, walls, carpets and elevator.
During the storm, falling branches ripped 18 holes in the roof above the sanctuary reading table; a light fixture fell; and water damaged the ceilings, walls and carpeting. The Shabbat elevator, which had been the centerpiece of a new main entrance unveiled in June 2005, suffered water damage when the elevator shaft flooded.
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