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DOTHAN, AL - DECEMBER 4: Story about Lisa and Kenny Priddle, who one of several families who moved to Dothan, Ala. for $50,000. It was part of the Jewish Community Services Relocation Project to attract more Jews to the city in south Alabama.

Here, the Priddles pose for a portrait in the sanctuary at Temple Emanu-El.

(Photo by Kevin D. Liles for The Washington Post)

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DOTHAN, AL - DECEMBER 4: Story about Lisa and Kenny Priddle, who one of several families who moved to Dothan, Ala. for $50,000. It was part of the Jewish Community Services Relocation Project to attract more Jews to the city in south Alabama. <br />
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Here, the Priddles pose for a portrait in the sanctuary at Temple Emanu-El.<br />
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(Photo by Kevin D. Liles for The Washington Post)