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Columbus Jewish History Tie's to Bexley

11 am

The City of Bexley is best known for its leafy streets, its good schools, and its robust Jewish population. But that neighborhood began as a Lutheran stronghold and Jews were excluded until 1920. Today, 1 in 5 Columbus Jews lives in Bexley. Twenty five years ago, it was 1 in 3.  We’ll discuss Bexley’s historical– and continued–significance for the Jews of Columbus.