SUNDAY, DECEMBER 15
To kick-off the festival of HANUKKAH, please join the religious school families and fellow congregants in the Social Room:
10:15-10:55 am Light brunch of latkes prepared by TBS Sisterhood, jelly doughnuts and cookies
11:00-12:00 pm The musical duo, The Levin’s, are returning to TBS for a concert in the sanctuary. The concert is free and open to all TBS members and the community.
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 20
6:00 pm The pre-Hanukkah celebration continues with a family friendly service. Please bring your family menorah to light during services. We will supply the candles.
6:45 pm Full buffet dinner including latkes, free to religious school families thanks to a grant from the Jewish Education Center of Cleveland. All others $10 per person paid at the door.
Please RSVP to Laurie Frankino at firstname.lastname@example.org for the December 20 dinner buffet.
HANUKKAH SOCIAL ACTION PROJECT-HUDSON FOOD PANTRY
Roughly 3% of the total Hudson population within the Hudson City School District fall within Federal Poverty Guidelines or are experiencing major problems in their lives.
Temple Beth Shalom is collecting non-perishable foods to benefit The Hudson Food Pantry located inside Rejoice Lutheran Church, Hudson. Please bring your donations between Sunday, December 15 and Friday, December 20. Bins will be located in the Social Hall.
The Food Pantry accepts all non-perishable food items, as well as dish and laundry detergents and paper products such as toilet paper and paper towels. Following is a list of items requested: canned vegetables, canned fruit, soup, canned pasta, beans, beef stew, chicken & dumplings, macaroni & cheese, tomato products, jarred spaghetti sauce, boxed pasta, canned tuna and chicken, tuna, chicken and hamburger helper, rice, cereal and breakfast products, and peanut butter and jelly.
- They ask that donors check donated items for stale-date or expired “Best Used By” dates.
- They cannot accept dented cans or boxes or packages that have been opened.
- They also CANNOT accept any medicines, alcohol or other similar related drugs such as aspirin, Tylenol, cough medicines, cold & flu remedies, etc.
- They accept all monetary donations. 100% of all donated dollars go toward supplying food to those in need in the Hudson Community. For those wishing to donate checks, please make them out to either HCSA Food Pantry or Hudson Community Service Association with a note in the memo section that the amount is intended for the Food Pantry.
Our temple has a long tradition of gathering food donations during the High Holy Days. Our cash donations last fall for High Holy Days raised $2,000 which translates into 8,000 meals. This local project is a worthy addition to our social action efforts. Donating food is a way for us to make the world a better place – Tikkun Olam.