Torah sofer, or scribe, Neil Yerman of New York City uses animal sinew to stitch up and restore a parchment Torah that is more than 100 years old May 24 at Congregation Beth Yam on Hilton Head Island.
Torah sofer, or scribe, Neil Yerman of New York City uses animal sinew to stitch up and restore a parchment Torah that is more than 100 years old May 24 at Congregation Beth Yam on Hilton Head Island. JAY KARR/The Island Packet
Torah sofer, or scribe, Neil Yerman of New York City uses animal sinew to stitch up and restore a parchment Torah that is more than 100 years old May 24 at Congregation Beth Yam on Hilton Head Island. JAY KARR/The Island Packet

Religion News: Members of Congregation Beth Yam help repair 100-year-old Torah

May 28, 2011 12:01 AM

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