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Monthly Archives: 20 Elul 5770 (August 30, 2010)
“…if I am only for myself, then what am I? And if not now, when?” -Rabbi Hillel I have decided to help the ING Run For Something Better program this fall ( Nov. 7, 2010) as I run the NYC Marathon in order to raise money to help their organization. I am turning to you, my TBA community, to ask for your support in this endeavor. Why should you give? 1) ING Run For Something Better funds free school-based running fitness programs that challenge children to get active, set goals and start a lifetime habit of physical activity. Each program is capped off with a fun culminating running event involving the school, or even the larger community. 2) In addition to fighting childhood obesity, research shows that physical activity improves a child’s self esteem, school performance and overall wellbeing. 3) ‘Tis the season See the program in action: Thank you for your donation and L’shana Tova to you, Dave Kaufman https://www.active.com/donate/ingnycmarathon2010/kaufman
We are pleased to offer babysitting again this year at TBA for High Holiday services. Babysitting will be held each day of Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur from 10am – 1pm. The cost is $10 per child per day. Please send or bring your check to the Temple office along with the name(s) & age(s) of your children on or before September 7th as space is limited to first come first serve. Allison, our early childhood specialist, understands that one important aspect of enjoying the service is knowing that our young children are safe and happy in a babysitting program. For more information contact Deb Vozella.
All are invited to TBA’s Welcome Back Breakfast, Sunday, September 12, at 10 a.m. Reconnect with old friends and meet new ones. Learn about events and opportunities to get involved at TBA during the year ahead. You’ll hear from Sisterhood and Brotherhood, plus representatives of various committees including School, Membership, Ritual and Garden. When & Where? Date: Sunday, September 12 Time: 10 a.m. Place: TBA Social Hall Contact: Deborah Vozella
High Holiday tickets will be distributed on Tuesday, September 7, from 7 to 9 p.m. The Temple will collect dues payments at this time. Please make note of the schedule for High Holiday services: Erev Rosh Hashanah Wednesday, September 8 6:49 P.M., Light Candles 6:45 P.M., Ma’ariv—Evening Service First Day Of Rosh Hashanah Thursday, September 9 8:45 A.M, Shacharit—Morning Service 10 A.M.–Noon, Junior Congregation 10 A.M.–1 P.M., Preschool Care 5:30 P.M.—Tashlich, At Dane Street Beach 6 P.M., Ma’ariv—Evening Service, At The Beach 6:46 P.M., Light Candles Second Day Of Rosh Hashanah Friday, September 10 8:45 A.M., Shacharit—Morning Service 10 A.M.–Noon, Junior Congregation 10 A.M.–1 P.M., Preschool Care Shabbat Shuvah Friday, September 10 6:46 P.M., Light Candles 7 P.M., Kabbalat Shabbat—Evening Service Saturday, September 11 9 A.M., Shacharit—Morning Service Erev Yom Kippur Friday, September 17 6:33 P.M., Light Candles 6:30 P.M., Mincha And Kol Nidrei Yom Kippur Saturday, September 18 8:30 A.M., Shacharit—Morning Service Yizkor prayers will be recited during the Torah service. 10 A.M.–Noon, Junior Congregation 10 A.M.–1 P.M., Preschool Care 5:45 P.M., Mincha—Afternoon Service 6:45 P.M., Ne’ilah—Concluding Service 7:21 P.M., Sounding of the Shofar Break the Fast in the library after services
Saturday, September 4 at Temple Ner Tamid, 368 Lowell Street, Peabody 9 p.m. film, followed by coffee and cake 10:30 p.m. Selichot service Film: Bewoket: By the Will of God In 1990, Dr. Rick Hodes went to Ethiopia to set up medical clinics. He never left. “Dr. Rick” treats thousands of Ethiopians, among them a group of boys who live with him. An Orthodox Jew, he typifies the Jewish value of tikkun olam, “repairing the world.” This film is being shown courtesy of the National Center for Jewish Film. RSVP to Temple Ner Tamid. When & Where? Date: Saturday, September 4 Time: 9 p.m. film; 10:30 p.m. service Place: Temple Ner Tamid, Peabody Contact: 978-532-1293, email@example.com When & Where? Date: Monday, December 14 Time: 7 p.m. Place: Home of Elaine Goldberg Contact: Deborah Vozella
Due to circumstances beyond our control, there will be no showing of a movie on Wednesday, August 25. Please excuse us if we have caused any inconvenience in your plans.
Please join me to plant some fall mums in the TBA garden this Sunday, August 22, from 9 am to noon. RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org so I can plan for refreshments. Thanks! Lisa