A second way to incorporate Hebrew on your B Mitzvah invitation is by placing your child's Hebrew or, less commonly, Yiddish name, in Hebrew font, just below her English name.
A third way is to include the name of the child's Torah portion, again in Hebrew font. We've seen it inserted in a variety of places, such as between the time and location as well as after the phrase "Is called to the Torah as a Bar Mitzvah."
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