- Sunday, March 28 at 6 PM – TBH Community Seder. A haggadah will be sent to each member household.
We are pleased at how well we have adapted to the pandemic and have kept most of our community programs and events going. Thanks to Rabbi Dean and Cantor Shayndel and to everyone who has stepped up with their talents, creativity, dedication and diligence to maintain and appreciate our community. Most recently,
- Movie night, which was a wonderful successful experience. People had a lot of fun.
- Dalia’s bat mitzvah. Dalia did a great job, and she and her family worked with the clergy to create a wonderful and meaningful service.
- Relevant people asked to make recommendations for various aspects of reopening and matters to take into consideration. Executive Committee will make the final decision.
- Succession. Michael Cohen, Jane Durango, and Linda Rose are working on potential Board members and Officers for next year. Contact them if you are interested.
We have submitted our seder for the J‘s list of affordable Passover seders.
Food for Thought will be meeting Monday to discuss expansion possibilities, geographically and/or through additional organizations; fund-raising; and updating marketing materials. People can and are still donating via online credit card link.
Building and Grounds
- Comcast started laying internet cable but ran into a problem. Michael Cohen will follow up on the next steps.
- The dead trees have been removed.
Religious School students celebrated Purim and are planning to learn about Passover. Post-B’nai mitzvah class is planning to meet.