Join the Fabulous TBH Marketing Committee!
The TBH Marketing Committee is seeking one or two volunteer members to join our productive and high functioning group (Audrey Berger, Marcia Delgadillo, Marilyn Hertzberg, Jane Kemp, and Wendy Roth). Our committee handles marketing activities for the temple such as ads, flyers, press releases, outreach, and periodic articles.
We meet every two to three months over a potluck dinner, while we eat, bond, and work in a quick, fun and friendly manner. In-between, we communicate via email and/or phone to manage any necessary tasks.
Ideally, we’d like a volunteer who is comfortable writing/editing (copy) to create text for press releases, flyers, and ads. We’d also like a volunteer who is computer literate and comfortable navigating websites to do postings of TBH events.
We hope to have at least one volunteer be a Beit Midrash Hillel parent to have the benefit of input relating to our religious school.
Be bold! Join our fabulous committee! You will enjoy the team effort. Please feel free to contact any of our committee members individually or email the committee at email@example.com w
Religious School Update–May 15, 2022
May 19, 2022 by tbhrich • Beit Midrash
Incredibly, the end of the school year is almost upon us. We have several exciting activities to finish out the year. First of all, next week on May 22 starting at 9:30 a.m. we will restart our annual Lag B’Omer celebration after Tefillah Service. We will be roasting potatoes and making smores so parents and Temple members are all welcome. Also, on June 12 we will have our trip to the Contemporary Jewish Museum. Please fill in how many members of your family would like to come on the sign up sheet below so we can arrange transportation and give the museum guide an idea of the size of our group. For Temple members who are not in religious school right now, we have a limited number of extra spaces so please fill in your family as well if you would like to join us.
And now for the recap. Rabbi Dean led us in our weekly Tefillah Service. The lower grades had a lot of fun with Jenny working on their personal mezuzahs. They also made homemade lemonade, which was delicious! All the kids were also preparing for the Lag B’Omer activities for next week, including setting up for an archery competition. We’ll see who has the straightest shot!
We’ll see everyone next week!