The COVID-19 vaccination clinic for Holocaust survivors in a local synagogue started out a bit ominously: A police cruiser was stationed outside and a bomb-sniffing German Shepherd was deployed inside, zealously looking for explosives.
“She views the mitzvah of Tikkun Olam as a guiding light in her career,” says her husband.
“Heavy metal saved my life. It expressed my rage at being a kid with a disability who was different.”
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Tom is an MIT graduate who was homeless, living in a a tent in the woods, when the Jewish Family Service of Metrowest (JFS), reached out to help.