Scrip Fundraiser to Support Religious School
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Scrip Gift Card Fundraiser – sponsored by TBA religious school

Scrip cards make the perfect gift for the holidays!

Scrip are gift cards which, when purchased through this program, raise money for TBA without asking families to buy anything extra they wouldn’t normally buy. Groceries, clothing, toys, and dining options can be purchased with scrip. Panera, Pinkberry, Dunkin’ Donuts, CVS, Starbucks, Shaw’s, Macy’s, Best Buy and hundreds more are available! For every dollar you spend on a gift card, TBA will earn between 2% and 15% of the total value.

Please support TBA and the religious school by purchasing from our gift card fundraiser. Complete merchant list and order forms are available in the temple office. Merchant list can also be viewed at: http://www.scrippro.com/docs/merchant_list.pdf

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Community Learning Day Sunday November 2
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About TBA’s Community Learning Day

The Community Learning Days are designed to bring all generations of our congregation and the greater North Shore Jewish Community together to enjoy educational programming. The program is free and open to the public. Generally, our Community Learning Days feature one or more special guests complemented by individuals from our community who share their expertise, skill, interest or talent. Program begins with a light breakfast at 8:30 AM and programs run until noon.

This program is generously sponsored by the Alan Kaplan Memorial Enrichment Fund.

November 2 Featured Guests

The Ashoshananambidownloadbayudaya Jews of Uganda:

A Multimedia Presentation and Discussion

by Shoshanna Nambi

Nambi is a young activist, an administrator in organizations that address issues of women’s health and the first Jewish woman to represent the Abayudaya community on this annual Kulanu-organized tour.

Shoshanna will present a fresh perspective on the roles of women in the Abayudaya community and the challenges they face.As well as a multimedia presentation and discussion, her visit will include her beautiful singing in Hebrew and Luganda, the local language.

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Zichrono L’vracha, May His Memory Be For A Blessing
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It is with great sadness that we announce the death of Roy Gellin brother of Elaine Israelsohn and Sylvia Riley. Funeral services will be held at Stanetsky- Hymanson Memorial Chapel, 10 Vinnin Square Salem on Wednesday October 29 at noon followed by interment at Sons of Jacob Cemetery, Danvers. Memorial observance will take place at Temple Sinai 1 Community Road, Marblehead following interment on Wednesday until 7 PM and Thursday from 4-7 PM.

The congregation offers its condolences to Elaine, Sylvia, Helaine, Daniel, Roberta, Michael, Dana, Joshua, Emily and Noah.

May God comfort them among the mourners of Zion and Jerusalem.

 

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Yahrzeits This Week
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This past Shabbat we recognized the Yahrzeit’s of:

Molly Axelrod on Sat, Oct 25th(1 Heshvan), Louis Eckhouse on Sat, Oct 25th(1 Heshvan), Ruth Swartz on Sat, Oct 25th(1 Heshvan), Aaron Garber on Mon, Oct 27th(3 Heshvan), Rose Berman on Tue, Oct 28th(4 Heshvan), Charlotte Bernstein on Tue, Oct 28th(4 Heshvan), Joseph Pevritsky on Wed, Oct 29th(5 Heshvan), Eli Silverstein on Thu, Oct 30th(6 Heshvan), Helene Wall on Thu, Oct 30th(6 Heshvan), Adeline L. Eagerman on Fri, Oct 31st(7 Heshvan), Florence Gorfinkle on Fri, Oct 31st(7 Heshvan), Rhoda Rubinstein on Fri, Oct 31st(7 Heshvan)

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Women’s-Led Service November 14
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Please join us Friday, November 14, at 7 pm, for Sisterhood’s annual Women’s-Led Service. This fun Kabbalat Shabbat and Fclip_image001_thumb.gifriday evening service is followed by delicious refreshments. All are invited to attend. Women who would like to participate in the service by reading a part in Hebrew or in English should contact Julia Rubin at 978-468-3516 or jdrubin@comcast.net.

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ECCO Community Action and Candidates Forum
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The Essex County Community Organization (ECCO), of which TBA is a member, is a faith-based organization of about 25 churches and synagogues across the North Shore.

The current project is getting out the vote to pass legislation for Earned Sick Time, Question 4 on the ballot.  Question 4 provides the right to be able to stay home to take care of oneself, one’s children or other loved ones who are sick without the risk of being fired.  This right reflects the basic Jewish value of supporting people who are most vulnerable.   Please see the important message below from TBA member Eve Noss on how you can help.

There will also be a forum with the candidates for U.S. Congress in the Sixth District: Seth Moulton, Richard Tisei, and Christoper Stockwell.

The forum will take place on Sunday October 26th from 7pm-8:30pm at St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church in Lynn.

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Pet Service A Success!
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imageToday’s 5th Annual Pet Service was a huge success. Thank you to Rabbi Adler for a wonderful service.  Even the canines added their own “barkground” music. We had lots of humans, canines, stuffed animals, a hamster and a guinea pig. Best of all…we raised and donated $200 plus pet food, toys and blankets. The shelter was so appreciative. Here’s till next year’s service…Max Blake and Boomer!

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Zichrona L’vracha, May Her Memory Be For A Blessing
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It is with great sadness that we announce the death of Jacquelyn Rosenberg, mother of Jayne Cohen. Funeral services will be held 2:00 PM Monday October 20 at Lindwood Memorial Park, 490 North Street, Randolph MA. The family will sit shiva Tuesday and Wednesday at the home of Jayne and Paul Cohen from 5:00-8:00 PM with minyan at 7:00 PM.

The congregation offers its condolences to Jayne, Paul, Paula and Jonathan Jarvis, Adam Rosenberg,Leah, Benjamin, China, James, Jason, Heather, Joel, Selena and Jadalyn.

May God comfort them among the mourners of Zion and Jerusalem.

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Yahrzeits This Week
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This past Shabbat we recognized the Yahrzeit’s of:

Israel Garelick on Sun, Oct 19th(25 Tishri), Rebecca Smith on Sun, Oct 19th(25 Tishri), Matthew Young on Sun, Oct 19th(25 Tishri), Lena Zoll on Sun, Oct 19th(25 Tishri), Dena Bocian on Mon, Oct 20th(26 Tishri), Tillie Cohen on Tue, Oct 21st(27 Tishri), Ruth Glovsky on Tue, Oct 21st(27 Tishri), Helen Grushky on Tue, Oct 21st(27 Tishri), Abraham Israelsohn on Tue, Oct 21st(27 Tishri), Lillian Hoffman Lieberman on Tue, Oct 21st(27 Tishri), Janice Miller on Tue, Oct 21st(27 Tishri), Lt. Robert Rich on Tue, Oct 21st(27 Tishri), Frances Rich on Wed, Oct 22nd(28 Tishri), Hyman Weinberg on Wed, Oct 22nd(28 Tishri), Jenny Fox on Thu, Oct 23rd(29 Tishri), A. Landman on Thu, Oct 23rd(29 Tishri), Oscar Kanter on Fri, Oct 24th(30 Tishri), Abraham Margolis on Fri, Oct 24th(30 Tishri), Herman Rich on Fri, Oct 24th(30 Tishri), Florence Starr on Fri, Oct 24th(30 Tishri)

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Donor Brunch Reminder
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Please RSVP by Friday, October 17, to attend the Sisterhood Donor Brunch honoring Women of Leadership and Past Sisterhood Presidents. Mail your reservation card and check, payable to TBA Sisterhood, to the synagogue or email Deb Greenstein at drchertok@comcast.net. The brunch is on Sunday, October 26, 10 am, at TBA.

The sisterhood brunch also supports Beverly Bootstraps. Please consider bringing a donation of personal care products such as laundry detergent, shampoo, bar soap, deodorant, shaving cream, razors, tampons, diapers or lotion. There will be grocery bags in the synagogue lobby if you’d like to drop off items ahead of time.

 

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