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Byline: Juli Cragg Hilliard STAFF WRITER
In the 12 years that Shel Silverstein has lived in Sarasota, it's bothered him that the synagogues in Southwest Florida have had no daily minyan, a gathering of at least 10 Jews over age 13 for communal prayer.
What has troubled him the most is that local Jews have not been able to count on finding a service at which they can say the Kaddish, traditional prayers for the departed on the anniversary of a loved one's death, in a group setting.
Now, Sarasota's Temple Beth Sholom, of which Silverstein is a member, is trying to change that.
The Conservative synagogue, at 1050 S. Tuttle Ave., has started …