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Monthly Archives: 10 Tammuz 5773 (September 1, 2008)
Newly appointed board members were introduced and a warm welcome was given to Michael Grant, Toby Karlyn, Larry Katz, and Jeff Schutzman. Board members were solicited to sign up for committees. The board members agreed that one of the most productive steps taken was to hire an executive director. It is anticipated that this move will bring new life, spirit, sense of order, management and revenues to TBA. There will be continuing efforts to broaden the communication between the board and the congregation. A summary in the Bulletin is but one step in that direction. Two initiatives we tried last year, a board-sponsored and led service and an open board meeting, were successful. Sorry, you must be registered and logged in to view this article and any associated comments.
We have much to grow on in the coming year as we examine both the Torah and ourselves. I ask you to join me in a year of exploration, by sowing seeds that are a part of who we are and by reaping the fruits of our labors. Anyone who has ever planted a vegetable garden or a flower bed knows that it takes work. Some of us have more luck than others. Perhaps it’s because of more knowledge about how to prepare the ground before planting the seeds. Perhaps it’s a matter of being more attentive to watering than those of us who trust that God will provide the proper amount of rain at the right time. Sometimes we have to take matters into our own hands if we are to fulfill our roles as God’s partner in this endeavor.