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    A sign on the front door reads, "May all who seek light, wisdom and fellowship be welcome here" at Temple Emanu-El off Kings Highway and 65th Avenue North in Myrtle Beach on Thursday Feb. 23, 2017. The temple was recently named as a target by an alleged white supremacist. Rabbi Avi Perets said they are stepping up security measures while trying to balance being an open place of worship for the community.

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A sign on the front door reads, "May all who seek light, wisdom and fellowship be welcome here" at Temple Emanu-El off Kings Highway and 65th Avenue North in Myrtle Beach on Thursday Feb. 23, 2017. The temple was recently named as a target by an alleged white supremacist. Rabbi Avi Perets said they are stepping up security measures while trying to balance being an open place of worship for the community. Janet Blackmon Morgan jblackmon@thesunnews.com

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