The elaborately carved wooden chupah, or bridal canopy, was inscribed with these words: “I AM MY BELOVED’S … MY BELOVED IS MINE.” And on a Wednesday evening, June 12, Sarah Mangel married Henoch Rosenfeld underneath that beautiful chupah at Dave Hall Plaza Park across from the Dayton Convention Center. In the midst of a wet season in Dayton with record-high rainfall, the couple had fortunate timing. A brilliantly radiant sun came out as their union was blessed by Rabbis from around the world.
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