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Readers' Choice: Rabbi Nominated for Best Clergy Leader

A Pikesville Patch reader nominated Rabbi Mitchell Wohlberg as Pikesville's Best Clergy Leader. If you know a clergy member who also deserves this honor, nominate them by July 9.

Rabbi Michell Wohlberg of is the first to be nominated as Pikesville's Best Clergy Leader.

Dr. Marc I. Leavey nominated Wohlberg via e-mail:

"He understands and connects with the full range of congregants, from old to young, observant to not," he said of Wohlberg, who is also Dean of Beth Tfiloh's .

"Best Clergy Leader in the Pikesville Area" is one of the 25 categories in Pikesville Patch's contest.

We're accepting nominations through July 9 for best clergy and other categories, including:

And later, we'll put all the nominations in a pole so that Pikesville Patch Readers can vote for their favorites.

Nominating is simple.

If you're reading Pikesville Patch right now, you can nominate your favorite clergy leader by mentioning their name and religious institution in the comments box below.

You can also email nominations to Editor Janet Metzner at janet.metzner@patch.com.

Who is your favorite clergy leader in Pikesville? Tell us in the comments box.

Joan Fishbein Feldman August 15, 2012 at 06:52 PM
Rabbi Wohlberg is world-renown for his inspiring sermons, which are read by thousands on the Internet. He was the moving force behind the creation of Beth Tfiloh's High School in 1986, which was the first coed Jewish high school in Baltimore, with over 1,000 alumni today. Rabbi Wohlberg is a passionate advocate for Israel and is credited with selling more Israel Bonds than any other rabbi in Maryland, and perhaps the entire U.S. He is an upbeat, user-friendly rabbi, who has brought traditional Judaism to "the masses". No rabbi in Baltimore does it better!

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