One of the most popular events of the year is the Family Outdoor Pot Luck Dinner & Inspirational Shabbat Service at the close of the summer season.
Please join us.
When: Friday, August 18
Where: Hudson Springs Park, Clark Pavilion - the second pavilion a bit farther from the lake offering beautiful views. Bring your own folding chairs if you'll be more comfortable.
Time: 6:00 Pot Luck Dinner. TBS will supply hamburgers, veggie burgers and buns. The chefs from TBS Brotherhood will handle the grilling.
7:00 Inspirational Service with special music and readings & dessert oneg.
What to bring: Sign up before August 15 to bring appetizers, side dishes, salads, desserts, drinks.
Click here for the electronic sign-up sheet!
Everyone is invited to attend Confirmation! The entire congregation can celebrate this milestone in our teens' Jewish education. The service is Friday, May 19, at 7:45. The students who are being confirmed are:
- Max Asher, son of Ben and Pam Asher
- Sam Chupack, son of Eric and Amy Chupack
- Jeremiah Egolf, son of Rabbi Jim and Rebecca Egolf
- Peyton Fettman, daughter of Jodi and Steve Fettman
- Peri Gretta, daughter of Elisa and Mel Gretta
- Avery Silverman, daughter of Todd and Diane Silverman
The Temple Beth Shalom board of directors would like to wish a wonderful journey to our most amazing religious school director, Stefani Carlson. She let me know last week that she has accepted a position of Director of Congregational Learning at Congregation Emanu El in Houston, effective July 1. This will be a return to Texas and she will join her son’s future in-laws in Houston. Although I am very, very sorry to see Stefani leave our little temple, I am so pleased that she led our religious school and many other educational endeavors for the past four years! She is truly a knowledgeable, hard-working and creative leader. I will miss her leadership skills and her presence at TBS! Please join me in wishing her many good things in her future. The board will be looking for a new religious school leader in the coming weeks. The board is open to ideas and suggestions, so please contact Kim or Eric if you would like to be part helping us make this important decision.