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ָ ‫ ֶשׁ ָכּל ַה ְת ָחלוֹת‬. That is, all it says: ‫קשׁוֹת‬ environment, beginning a new job, moving lse of anxiety that can go on for some time.

s of the unknown, which keeps us off To a certain extent we rely on past efer to some prior event in order to try metimes make things even more difficult, or what will be.

all beginnings as difficult. They can be so. , delightful, and refreshing. All beginnings

for quite a number of months is: All m, clipping back the dead daffodils, n graduate (from anything!), burying my ome huge and terribly sad, other utterly

big psychic pile. That’s why endings are so ey are, every ending touches back on the rocess. I’m not a strict Freudian, so I’m not ng the womb, but that’s plausible. And s woven together with the one that preceded

must pass. I think bedtime with small end – they truly know so much more is go off.

cause endings are difficult. Because letting aradoxically with satisfaction. I know that know that next year I will have an empty

he various accoutrements of summer, as I e in the prospect of some rest and relaxation sadness of endings to the promises of a new life.

ank God for the beginnings and the weet balancing act. Have a safe summer.


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Donor Name: __________________________ Telephone: __________________________ Address: __________________________ __________________________ Send Card To: __________________________ Address: __________________________ __________________________

Message or Inscription: ___________________________________ ___________________________________ ___________________________________ ___________________________________ ___________________________________ ___________________________________

Please use one form per gift & please print. Make checks payable to Temple Beth Avodah.

I do not wish my donation to be listed in the Kadima. $_______ Temple General Fund

TEMPLE FUNDS

To support the on-going operations and activities of the Temple community.

$_______ Temple Education Fund

To support Educational activities at the Temple. Funds will support Religious School, Hebrew School, Pre-School, Family and Adult Education programs.

$________ Temple Memorial Fund

To honor the death or yahrzeit of a friend or family member. Funds support the on-going operations and activities of the Temple community.

$________ Temple Technology Fund

To support the purchases of new and/or upgraded technology enhancements for TBA communications and congregational record keeping.

$_______ Temple President’s Fund

$________ Social Action Fund

$_______ Ritual/Prayer Book Fund

$________ Rabbi’s Discretionary Fund

$_______ Temple Youth Fund

$_______ Rabbi Educator’s Discretionary Fund

$_______ Caring Community Fund

$________ Cantorial Discretionary Fund

To support welcoming and outreach initiatives and programs at temple. To purchase prayer books in honor of or in memory of loved ones (minimum of $36 per book), to purchase other ritual related articles, and support ritual programs.

Funds will be used to enhance Jewish youth programming, provide scholarship opportunities and sanctioned trips to Israel for youth. Provides care and assistance to congregants who may be ill, homebound, bereaved, or otherwise in need of our attention. Supports outreach efforts to new members, college students and those with simchas to celebrate.

Funds to be used to support Social Action initiatives.

Provides assistance to individuals and projects within the congregation and community as determined by the Rabbi.

Provides assistance to individuals and projects within the congregation and community as determined by the Rabbi Educator.

Provides assistance with music related projects and programming within the congregation and temple community as determined by the Cantorial Soloist.

Named Funds with a Restricted Purpose $________ Sisterhood Scholarship Fund

$ ___________ Kayla Rosenberg Fund

$________ Anita G. Bamel Music Fund

$_____ Rabbi & Margaret Miller Scholarship Fund

To provide college tuition scholarship funds to a deserving student..

Established by her family in her memory, to support and foster music and music appreciation programs throughout the entire Temple community.

$________ Gordenstein/Retik Pre-School Scholarship Fund

In loving memory of Kayla Rosenberg, daughter of Donna and Jason Rosenberg, and sister of Alicia Rosenberg. This fund supports the Temple’s annual Mitzvah Day. To provide scholarship funds for students participating in the Passport to Israel program, and for the purchase of books presented at High School Graduation.

$________ Bassin Family Scholarship Fund

Established in memory of Lisa Fenn Gordenstein & David Retik for the purpose of providing scholarship funds to pre-school families.

Established in memory of David Bassin to provide full or partial tuition for children who need financial assistance to attend Religious School.

To support physical and technology improvements to the Library/Chapel.

To support educational programming and education-related needs at Temple.

$________ Tye Fund

$________ Endowment Trust Fund

$________ Wise Fund

The Endowment Trust Fund is committed to preserving the legacy of the Temple for generations to come. Proceeds of the Endowment support educational and community-building programs.

Donations to fund other activities:

$_________ Other:__________________________


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  Exectuvie Committee Meeting 7:00 p.m.  

     

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  2011 B’nai Mitzvah Parent Meeting 7:30 p.m.    

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    Summer begins

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    Flag Day

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Staff Luncheon 12:00 pm    

     

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Congregational Meeting 7:30 pm    

Preschool “Swing Into Summer” begins Brotherhood Meeting 7:30 pm  

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Wednesday

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Tuesday

    Father's Day

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Brotherhood Family Barbecue 4:00 pm    

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Monday

Caring Community Meeting (off-site) 12:00 pm Preschool Parent Meeting 7:00 pm    

     

     

Sunday

     

     

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Thursday

TBA June 2010 Calendar

       

Shabbat Service 7:00 pm    

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Shabbat Service 7:00 pm    

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Shabbat Service 6:15 pm    

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Preschool Committee Meeting 9:00 am BAYGL Shabbat Dinner 5:30 pm Shabbat Service 6:15 pm

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Alternative Shabbat Service 10:15 am Jordan Helfand Bar Mitzvah 10:00 a.m. Joshua Vertes Bar Mitzvah 6:00 p.m.

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June 2010 Kadima  

Temple Beth Avodah newsletter featuring religious school, preschool, social events and articles

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