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Monthly Archives: 8 Iyyar 5772 (April 30, 2012)
This past Sunday the TBA 6th grade students along with some parent volunteers and Ruth Helman completed phase 1 of our prep for the new garden. Volunteers worked from 12:30 until nearly 4:30 digging up the grass.The 6th grade has taken this vegetable garden on as a class mitzvah project. We are all looking forward to planting and dedicating our new garden this Sunday during Community Learning Day. There is still plenty to do before Sunday to get the garden ready for planting. We especially need older students and adults to help turn the soil and lay the compost. Please call 978-927-3211 ext 14 or email Deb at firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested helping in the garden.
Monday April 30, 2012 – Monday April 30, 2012 Map and Directions | Register Description: Join us Monday night, April 30, at 7 pm, for the Women’s Rosh Hodesh Group meeting at the home of Donna Pierce. For the month of Iyar we will look at the biblical story of the daughters of Zelephad who demanded of Moses that, in the absence of brothers, they inherit land in Israel. We will also reflect upon the theme of inheritance: What have we inherited from the women in our lives, and what do we hope to pass down to the next generation? Please RSVP by April 27. Rosh Hodesh honors the new moon and the new Hebrew month, and has been traditionally celebrated by women. These monthly meetings, led by Rabbi Alison Adler, involve ritual, discussion and food. Register
Acknowledging the Yahrzeit, the Hebrew anniversary of a person’s death is a widely held observance in Judaism and at Temple B’nai Abraham.
This Shabbat we will recognize the Yahrzeit’s of: Norman Bolgatz, Harry Kritzman, Gladys Levy, Louis Winer, Minnie Frisch, Alfred Weis, Sylvia Bartenstein, Lillian Cohen, Gladys Milman, Aaron Sager, Rose Check Callaci, Joseph Goldberg, Sophie Isenberg, Anne Blumenthal, Fannie Dietch, Edythe Feffer, Joseph M. Katz, Tillie Karlyn, Jane Lederman, Fannie Polansky, Anna Miller Stern, Rose Weisman.
This past Shabbat we recognized the Yahrzeit’s of: Adele Gilmore, Adele Lanes, Dr. Morris Mark, Joseph Pranikoff, Cornelius Scheft, Max Shelkrot, Michael Weinstein, Nathan Rosen, Simon Brown, Stephen Helman, Elizabeth Jarnes, Sadie Rubinstein Schwartz, Harold Polinsky, Max Wallins.
Counting of the Omer Cereal Collection As we do each year, we are collecting cereal boxes to represent our “omer,” or measurement of the first fruit of the barley harvest. Please bring in a box or two of your favorite cereal for this year’s omer. All cereal is donated to Beverly Bootstraps Food Pantry, or the Jewish food pantry collected at Temple Ner Tamid. Thank you! Social Action Committee
Celebrate Shabbat at TBA! Join us for songs, stories and a special Shabbat snack. For infants to 1st graders and their parents. Siblings and grandparents are welcome. WHEN & WHERE: DATE: Saturday, April 28 TIME: 10:00 AM- 11:00 AM PLACE: Temple B’nai Abraham 200 East Lothrop Street, Beverly
There is something for everyone this weekend at TBA. Family Shabbat Service led by Rabbi Adler and accompanied by Marcy Yellin, Friday night at 7:00 PM Shabbat morning Service and club shabbat (grades 5 & 6 are encouraged to attend), Saturday morning 9:00 Tot Shabbat service with Miriam Blue, Saturday morning at 10:00 AM Breakfast with guest speaker, political analyst Michael Goldman, Sunday morning at 9:45 Spring planting and clean up in the TBA Garden from Sunday noon-2PM Community Garden set up- help prepare for our TBA Community vegetable garden Sunday 1:00-4:00 I hope to see you all sometime this weekend.
There is a Family Shabbat Service this Friday, April 27, at 7:00. Marcy Yellin will be here. I hope to see you then!