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The Lappin Foundation will honor several notable community leaders at its annual awards ceremony in August. ”We are thrilled to honor beloved community members Dr. Harold and Zelda Kaplan of Beverly with the 2013 Youth to Israel Adventure Award for the couple’s leadership, philanthropy and commitment to Israel,” said Robert Israel Lappin, Foundation’s president. The Youth to Israel (Y2I) Award was designed to recognize and thank exceptional Jewish leaders who demonstrate great love for Israel and for the Jewish community with their time and resources. “Harold and Zellie are exceptional role models for our youth to emulate. Introducing teens to great role models is essential as we develop the next generation of Jewish leaders,” added Lappin. Professor Marvin Wilson, Professor of Biblical Studies at Gordon College, will be presented with the Foundation’s Friend of Israel Award in recognition of Dr. Wilson’s love and support for Israel and the Jewish People. “Marv has been a dear friend for decades and an ardent friend and supporter of Israel. It is imperative that Jewish youth meet Marv in person to understand the true meaning of friendship and support for Israel,” said an emotional Lappin. “Our friends are few and far between,” he added. … Continue reading
The Jewish Heritage Center of the North Shore (formerly known as the Jewish Historical Society of the North Shore) is in the process of inventorying and re-packing its archive of materials for digitization. TBA has generously offered the use of a classroom for the months of July and August to go through and re-box our materials for delivery to the US Jewish Historical Society for scanning. We need several volunteers perhaps with an interest in local Jewish history to assist me and our archivist Zellie Kaplan in finishing this project. This will require several hours under Zellie’s direction. Anyone interested can contact me at email@example.com or Zellie at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information. Thank you, Alan Pierce Jewish Heritage Center of the North Shore, President
Join us to celebrate 50 years at East Lothrop Street Sunday June 23, 2013 at 5 o’clock for music, dancing and hors d’oeuvers and more. We are offering three tiers of ticket pricing. You may join us as a: Donor $50 per person, Sponsor $100 per person or Benefactor $150 per person Also, please consider making a donation to our Tribute Book in honor of our special milestone. A full page tribute is $500, 1/2 page $250 and 1/4 page is $125 or for $25 you can have your name added as a well wisher. This event is a celebration but also a fundraiser to help ensure that we can continue to maintain this beautiful building and secure our future for years to come. For more information contact Deb Vozella at 978-927-3211 ext 14 or email@example.com.
The June 2013 Bulletin contains selected posts from our website. Please check the website often for updated information.
Love to read? Love to talk about books? Want to join a group of like-minded people? Sisterhood’s Book Club will next meet at 7:30 p.m. June 6 at Jayne Gordon’s home to discuss The Fifth Servant by Kevin Wishnia. All are welcome.
TBA’s Community Garden needs people to weed throughout the summer. We are trying to set up a weekly schedule. The week of August 18-24 has already been taken. Please contact Ruth Helman at 978-774-2848 if you are interested in volunteering to help. Many thanks to Jim Younger, who set up a sprinkler on a timer so we will not need any volunteers to water this year.