I am very excited about our upcoming events in September when we kick-off TBS’s 40th Anniversary and the 2017-2018 TBS Religious School year. September 8-10 is going to be a great weekend of family friendly events.
Friday, September 8
“Family First” Shabbat Dinner at Temple at 6pm (sign up below) followed by Friday night services starting at 7:45pm with The Levins accompanying Rabbi Egolf. Meet The Levins and oneg following the service in the Social Hall.
Saturday, September 9
The Levins will perform in a free concert in our sanctuary with doors opening at 6pm and the concert beginning at 7pm. This should be a wonderful program filled with great music. Gala reception in the Social Hall following the concert. Please register for free tickets since we have limited seating and I don’t want you to miss out.
Sunday, September 10
We wrap the weekend with the First Serve community volunteer event. As this event replaces the first day of religious school, we encourage our families to participate. The event will begin with a short interfaith send-off service at 9AM at the First Congregational Church of Hudson and then we’ll meet at the project locations at Summit Lake in Akron. Lunch will be served. We encourage our congregants to sign up for projects at the Community Center so we can all work together as a group; but you should feel free to sign up for whatever interests you and your family. The important thing is that we sign-up and participate. Free t-shirts will be provided.
You need to sign-up for all events separately. Sign-up for the Friday Shabbat Dinner is done through Sign-up Genius below. The dinner, which is being subsidized by the JECC, will include a nominal $3 donation per person at the door with a maximum $12 charge per family. The Saturday and Sunday programs are both free and can be signed up through Eventbrite. All of the links can be found below.
I would like to thank the JECC for their continued support of our temple and specifically both the Friday night and Saturday night events. I know that we are all busy, but I hope that everyone can find the time to participate in at least one event over the weekend.
Hope to see you there!
Temple Beth Shalom President