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April 2018 Volume XXXVIII Nisan/Iyar 5778 Number 7

April 6th Beach Shabbat & Passover pot luck April 10th In Flight

April 15th Understanding Eve

April 18th Men’s Club Deli Night


TABLE OF CONTENTS 4630 Pine Ridge Rd. Naples, FL 34119 Phone: (239) 455-3030 • Fax: (239) 455-4361 www.naplestemple.org Religious Education office 239-455-2233 Preschool office 239-455-3227 Adam F. Miller, Rabbi amiller@naplestemple.org Donna Azu, Cantor dazu@naplestemple.org James H. Perman, D.D., Rabbi Emeritus rabbi@naples.net Seyla Cohen Preschool Director scohen@naplestemple.org Dr. Anna Salomon, RJE Director of Congregational Education asalomon@naplestemple.org

Rabbi Adam Miller.....................................................page 3 Cantor Donna Azu.....................................................page 4 Debbie Zvibleman, President....................................page 5 Seyla Cohen, Preschool Director..............................page 6 Dr. Anna Salomon, Director of Congregational Education....................page 7 Men’s Club...................................................................page 10 Sisterhood....................................................................page 11 Tikkun Olam Council................................................page 12 Endowment Corner...................................................page 18 Temple Shalom Funds...............................................page 19 Contributions.............................................................page 20 Monthly Celebrations Anniversaries.................................................page 24 Birthdays........................................................page 24 Yahrzeits.........................................................page 25 Temple Shalom Calendar..........................................page 27

Peter Lewis Music Director

President Debbie Zvibleman First Vice President Debra Antzis Second Vice President Daryl Sissman Third Vice President Neil Heuer Treasurer Harriet Lickhalter, CPA Financial Secretary Neil Shnider, CPA Recording Secretary Beth Wolff Immediate Past President Neil Shnider Sisterhood President Carole Flegel Men’s Club President Ed Cohen One Family Liaison Bobbie Katz Historical Society Helen Weinfeld Tracey Albert Shelly Berkle Michael Diamond Michael Feldman Merrill Hassenfeld

Ed Kaufman Jeremy Schaab David Silberg Perry Switzen

MISSION STATEMENT Temple Shalom of Naples is an inclusive Reform Jewish congregation where all individuals are equal partners in making our world whole and holy. We are One Family, believing in the sacredness of relationships, fostering connections – one to another, Temple, Israel, Torah and God. We are living Jewish values and nurturing future generations.

Temple support staff Randi Butterworth Administrative & Clergy Assistant rbutterworth@naplestemple.org

Rick Holsbeke Maitenance Technician maintenance@naplestemple.org

Jeanette Fischer Director of Communications jfischer@naplestemple.org

Victor Lucas Facility Manager vlucas@naplestemple.org

Maxine Gould Controller mgould@naplestemple.org

Gloria Mellman Preschool Administrative Assistant gmellman@naplestemple.org

Farrah Hersh Religious School Administrative Assistant religiousschool@naplestemple.org

Ana Maria Tamargo Membership Engagement Coordinator & Concierge atamargo@naplestemple.org

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RABBI

Adam Miller Mah Nishtanah - Why is This Year Different? “Mah Nishtana Ha-Lilah Ha-zeh Mi-kol ha-lay-lot?” By the time you read this article, you may have already asked this question at your Passover Seder tables, “What makes this night different from all other nights?” The question is part of the ritual for teaching about the Exodus from Egypt – we are instructed to notice what is different about the table and use that information for a teachable moment. Why ask “Mah Nishtana?” only about one night a year? The phrase is not only a good teaching tool for the messages taught at the holiday of Passover, it is also useful when appreciating our journeys through life. With this technique, one can identify and celebrate moments of success and key milestones that might get lost over the course of a year. So, as the Season winds down around us, “What made this year at Temple Shalom different from previous years?” In prior years we have had a gala or concert, why this year did we have a series of events under the banner of We Are One? Under the leadership of Ida Margolis, Bobby Katz and Linda Simon, the We Are One team created a series of events that engaged our community with the theme of justice and solidarity. Programs included the book discussion of Words that Hurt, Words that Heal, the social justice awards bestowed in memory of Ann Jacobson on Amy Snyder, Dr. Paul Rosofsky, and Rev. Dr. Kathy Kircher, “Beading for Betterment” led by

Special thanks to Estelle & Stuart Price for their generous donation of the new screens and projection system in the Temple Shalom sanctuary. Carol Hirsch to create Mother’s Day gifts for students at the Guadalupe Center, as well as the culminating event of We Are One. Most years our social action efforts center only around Mitzvah Day, why this year did we have so many activities and speakers? Some new projects this year were part of the We Are One effort, including the beading project and trips led by Helene Naimon to visit the Guadalupe Center. Inspired by the Shabbat of Solidarity, we are consciously attempting to make the whole community better – opening our doors as an emergency shelter in Irma, and providing aid to those who are struggling in its aftermath. In addition, the Tikkun Olam Council coordinated several speaker forums, and began organizing around key issues important to our community. In past years we have had only one screen on which to watch movies, why do we now have two screens? Those two screens are thanks to the vision and generosity of Stuart and Estelle Price. Inspired by the use of multimedia at their congregation in Philadelphia, they made it possible for us to add this new technology. These new screens and projectors will enhance our Soulful Shabbat worship, improve presentations, and create new opportunities for engagement. Most of our adult education programs have focused on education and learning, why do we have a course on mindfulness and aging? Learning takes many forms, including an understanding of how one can age in a mindful and meaningful way. The Wise Aging class was co-taught by Missy Balsam, a member of our congregation, and me, based on training we received from the Institute of Jewish Spirituality. After the success of this year, more groups will be offered in the future. Why is this year at Temple Shalom different than all other years before? Truly because of the people who give of their time, talents and resources to make Temple Shalom the vibrant center for Judaism that it is today. With our rapidly growing Temple Family, we look forward to the ways in which our members will continue to contribute, and give us new blessings in the year ahead. How will you make this next year different than the years before? May it be a holiday of blessing for you and your loved ones, Rabbi Adam F. Miller

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In Flight

The Story of Sabine van Dam

CANTOR

Donna Azu One of the most effective tools in teaching is by sharing a personal story. This tool is being used by the Holocaust Museum of Southwest Florida and Gulfshore Playhouse. The two organizations have collaborated to bring to life Sabine van Dam’s story. As a young girl in the Netherlands, Sabine and her family hid in abandoned houses and used their last possessions to bribe Nazi informants. Sabine’s story, In Flight, was written and directed by Hester Kamin and was created to educate students in Collier County on the Holocaust, intolerance and discrimination. We are fortunate to bring this production of In Flight to Temple Shalom on Tuesday, April 10th at 7pm. All are invited to come and see this amazing story! B’Shalom, Cantor Donna Azu

Special presentation! Tuesday, April 10th at 7pm A moving, collaborative production between Gulfshore Playhouse and the Holocaust Museum of SWFL Holocaust survivor Sabine van Dam’s journey from 1939-1945 is brought to life by a group of actors in a moving, theatrical piece. All are welcome to attend Please RSVP to the Temple Shalom office 239-455-3030

Soulful Shabbat Sing. Pray. Celebrate! Friday, April 20th 7:30pm A service conducted in song & accompanied by a professional four-piece band.

Join us!

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In the Shadow of Suribachi: Sammy’s Story Wednesday, April 25th 7pm

Special film presentation WW II Marine and Iwo Jima survivor Sammy Bernstein’s story of two battles. The first, his thirty-six days of hell on Iwo Jima. The second, serving as a Jew in the World War II Marine Corps.


his committee worked on this project by designing the garden and finding the vendor to create the pavers. This is a garden for all to enjoy. Call the office if you would like to purchase a paver as we still have room.

PRESIDENT

Debbie Zvibleman Two years have really flown by. As this is my last article as President, I want to thank the staff, the clergy, the Board of Trustees and all of the volunteers for their dedication to Temple Shalom and the congregation. Working together we were able to accomplish many goals and objectives to strengthen our congregation. During my first year we spent several months working on the roll out of our pledge system, ensuring that we explained the change from traditional dues through letters, emails and meetings with congregants. Before implmenting the new pledge system, we had 475 member units and we are now over 640 member units. It has been very rewarding to see so many new members who are engaged. Our Endowment committee, led by Suzanne Low, has worked very hard to secure our future. They developed a beautiful brochure explaining how you can give today and in the future through planned gifts. We have had several named endowments during this time and are looking for more in the near future. We also have a beautiful Tribute Garden to enjoy thanks to several donations towards benches and engraved pavers. Michael Diamond, our Trustee in charge of Building and Grounds, and

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We have made changes in our Religious School/ Preschool wing in order to better protect our children and secure the school by moving the Preschool entrance to the front of the school wing. Our Preschool sunshade was ripped from Hurricane Irma and is being replaced. Our preschool parents raised a majority of the funds and funds we received from congregants after Hurricane Irma will help with the rest of the funds needed. Our Fundraising Steering Committee led by Neil Heuer has had two very successful Above and Beyond campaigns. Our main fundraiser this year, We Are One, was amazing thanks to many volunteers lead by Ida Margolis, Bobbie Katz and Linda Simon. I am so proud to have been your President at Temple Shalom as this truly is a congregation that comes together from the Service of Solidarity to helping others in the community after Hurricane Irma. Our Sisterhood and Men’s Club always donate funds for projects. Our members funded a need such as the hearing loop and our new screens in the sanctuary. Our volunteers help in so many ways from greeting on Friday nights to delivering food to those in need. We truly are ONE FAMILY. As I move on, I know that our Board and congregation is in good hands with our new Board of Trustees headed by our President, Debra Antzis.

The Annual Meeting of the Congregation of Temple Shalom will be held on Sunday, April 29th at 10am.

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Thursday, April 26, 2018 - 7:00 pm Applications available in Temple lobby or contact: Ana Maria Tamargo Membership Engagement Coordinator (239) 455-3030 or atamargo@naplestemple.org Applications must be received by April 20, 2018

One Family is a way of thinking, a way of doing things. It is who we strive to be. For more information please visit the Temple Shalom website naplestemple.org 5


their lives during these months. Camp Shalom, for those in the 2-4 year age range, and Camp Einstein for boys and girls 5-8. Both camps offer 7 weekly sessions beginning June 8th.

PRESCHOOL DIRECTOR

Seyla Cohen We are pleased to announce the annual Temple Shalom Preschool Art Show is scheduled to be held Thursday, May 3, 2018 at 6:30 pm. As the students put finishing touches on their incredible masterpieces, the Art Show committee is working hard and promises that this will be the most incredible Art Show thus far, filled with wine, refreshments, silent auctions, and entertainment. Each year pieces crafted by children at the preschool adorn the walls of the social hall where parents gather to view artwork created by their children under the guidance of Art Director Linda Ginsberg. Such an exhibition gives the children a sense of pride and confidence, so important to the self-esteem of our preschool students. The annual Art Show is an opportunity for parents, relatives, congregants and friends to gather, mingle and to enjoy a pleasant evening of wine, refreshments, and music. At the same time, they are given the opportunity to purchase student’s creations, participate in the silent auction, and bid on many other items and services auctioned and raffled off. As in the past, the evening will prove a welcoming, warm and attentive fundraiser from which students, families, and the preschool benefit. In addition to providing funds for our enrichment program, monies raised during this event, along with Jewish Federation grants, provide funds to support scholarships for Temple Shalom Preschool families in need of aid with tuition. Wow! Incredible! So much fun! That’s what we kept hearing at the TSP Purim Carnival sponsored by the Jewish Federation of Greater Naples. Our TSP families and children from the community came together to join in the festivities celebrating Purim. Through a generous grant from the Jewish Federation, the children enjoyed Shushan’s Farm, Queen Esther’s Nail Salon, Hamen’s Dunk Tank, a Purim Puppet Show, hamentaschen and so much more. A heartfelt thank you to the Jewish Federation of Greater Naples for making this event possible. As the summer quickly approaches and parents are looking for quality programs and adventures for their little ones, Temple Shalom Preschool has begun its planning for Camp Shalom and Camp Einstein. We offer a wonderful way to occupy and enrich 6

As in the past, Camp Shalom provides a fun-filled program for the younger crew including music, art, water play, science, technology, storyland and dance. New friendships are formed and social interaction, so important at this age, is sustained. A weekly theme entertains little ones, making each week a new and exciting experience. For older kids, Camp Einstein proves a wonderful link between a carefree atmosphere and maintaining a stimulating educational environment. Parents concerned about keeping learning alive and inquisitive minds active have come to welcome this wonderful program. Literature, science, math, reading, technology, and art are provided in a relaxed and engaging climate, helping to provide continuity in education during the long summer holidays.


DIRECTOR of CONGREGTIONAL EDUCATION Dr.AnnaSalomon, RJE Our Purim festivities brought lots of joy and fun to our community. Among the activities was a very special Lego activity. Using more than 70,000 pieces we built Shushan. Bringing the walled city of the Purim story to life was a great experience for all ages.

B’NAI MITZVAH CORNER MAX MURPHY APRIL 14, 2018 Max Murphy is a seventh grader in the Cambridge program at Pine Ridge Middle School. He lives with his mom, Melissa, and his twin 10 year old sisters, Holland and Eva. Max is an avid fisherman and also enjoys playing lacrosse and playing the drums. For Max’s bar mitzvah project, he volunteered with Freedom Waters Foundation, a nonprofit dedicated to enriching the lives of veterans and the disabled through fishing trips and boat outings. Max successfully organized an all-morning fishing trip comprised of four vessels. He sourced the captains and the participants and ran the event. Max plans on continuing to volunteer with Freedom Waters whenever he can.

JAXSON KAREN APRIL 28, 2018 Born into a diverse family, Jaxson exudes compassion, tolerance and justice. He is a bright, witty and very mature boy excited to become a Bar Mitzvah. His parents could not be more proud of the young man he is becoming and cannot wait to see what his future holds. He is loved dearly by all who take the time to know him. Jaxson has played classical piano since the age of 5. Two years ago he won a scholarship for 3 years of lessons. He also plays tennis and has just started Judo. Jaxson also loves fishing, biking, shelling, nature, reading, and coin collecting.

Jewish Genealogy for Adults Sunday, April 22nd at 10am For anyone interested in Jewish genealogy Presented by Arthur Sissman founder of the Jewish Genealogy SIG

Arthur has been involved in Jewish genealogy research since 1999. He started the JGSIG as a way of sharing information, strategies and ideas related to exploring Jewish genealogy. 7


Temple Shalom thanks the following sponsors and advertisers of We Are One: A Musical Celebration Sapphire Mary & Philip Beuth Premier Sotheby’s Private Capital Management Donald & Arlene Shapiro Janet & Howard Solot The Lutgert Companies Ruby First Florida Integrity Bank Neil & Stephanie Heuer Stuart & Estelle Price Mark & Anne Rubin Irene Smith Russ & Gail Smith Opal Nancy Benjamin Linda & Dan Carp Carol Clarke Barbara & Leonard Cutler Karen & Stan Deutsch Jennifer & Marc Fleischer Susan & Yale Freeman Paula Brody & Merrill Hassenfeld Liz & Alan Jaffe Edward Kaufman Ida & Jeff Margolis Sam Oshry Aileen & Michael Pierce Barbara Druckman & Earl Prolman Susan & Nat Ritter Susan & Jay Weiss Nancy & Jack Wiadro Debbie Zvibleman, Realtor

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Mazel tov! Temple Shalom is happy to announce the birth of Leo Maxwell Wyman, grandson of our members Debbie and Frank Wyman. Proud parents Burt and Rachel welcomed Leo into the world on March 9th at a healthy 8 pounds and 2 ounces. With great pleasure, Temple Shalom announces the birth of Ava Vale Russell, granddaughter of our member Linda Russell. Ava was born on March 12th to proud parents Dr. and Mrs. Evan Russell. Ava joins big brother Ari Louis. With much happiness, Temple Shalom welcomes to the world Madeline Eve Goldstein, daughter of Adam Goldstein and Miriam Vazquez. Madeline was born on March 12th weighing 8 pounds and 11 ounces.

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Back by popular demand Wednesday, April 18th 6:30PM

Men’s Club Deli Night

Delicious deli dinner!

Free to Men’s Club members - $10 for non-members & guests

GUEST SPEAKER Mr. Bobby Lie

A Journey from Shanghai to Naples, Florida

Growing up in the Shanghai Ghetto

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We need to know you are coming so that we can plan accordingly. Please contact Ed Cohen at edcohenpt@aol.com Men’s Club does so much for our Temple and community. Please come and help us celebrate our accomplishments. 10


SISTERHOOD PRESIDENT CaroleFlegel Many thanks to our Sisterhood members and the amazing Sisterhood Board for making this “Year of the Sisterhood” a resounding success. The season is winding down, but April brings us several more events. First, please join us on Tuesday, April 10th for this season’s final luncheon. Glenn Basham, Concertmaster for the Naples Philharmonic, will be our featured guest. Special guest Ellen Petracco, the WRJ Southeast President, will preside over installation.

Sisterhood Luncheon & Installation Tuesday, April 10th 11:30am featuring speaker

Glenn Basham

First violinist with the Naples Philharmonic Orchestra Installation of Sisterhood Board will be conducted by Ellen Petracco, WRJ Regional President

Book Bag features Velvet Hours by Alison Richman at 1:30 on Thursday, April 19th in the Temple’s library. Lynn Prosten will lead the discussion. Please RSVP to Helen Weinfeld, Book Bag’s chair at helenweinfeld@aol.com.

Cost Sisterhood members - $25 Guests - $28 Sponsors - $50

Please donate to our Count Your Blessings fundraiser by mail or through our Sisterhood link through naplestemple.org, so we can continue our critical support of the Religious School and other Temple needs. Thank you to Fran Nossen, Debbe Schertzer and the fundraising committee for coordinating this stay-at-home event. Much thanks to Barbara Druckman and her committee, along with the Men’s Club, for pulling off the best attended Joint Luncheon in memory!

Checks payable to Temple Shalom Sisterhood can be mailed to: Barbara Druckman 23803 Amalfi Coast Rd. Bonita Springs, FL 34135

Finally, please join us on Friday, April 13th for Sisterhood Shabbat, as we honor Bobbie Katz with the Woman of Valor award.

Questions? Contact Barbara Druckman at 239-405-1141 or barbdruckman@gmail.com

Sisterhood Spotlight Member Bobbie Katz, our amazing “Woman of Valor” contributes volumes to the Jewish and broader community. She sits on the Temple Board and has served as Temple Shalom’s President and Sisterhood President! She is involved in the Tikkun Olum committee, Mitzvah Day, and she chairs the membership committee. Bobbie chairs the Visions Luncheon, is BBYO’s Fan Co-Chair and is a Past President of National Council of Jewish Women. Bobbie ran the Hanukkah Tea and the Women’s Seder. We’re grateful to have Bobbie as a fixture at Sisterhood Book Bag, luncheons and all other events!

Sisterhood Shabbat Friday, April 13th 7:30pm Thursday, April 19th 1:30pm Velvet Hours by Alison Richman Facilitator: Lynn Prosten As Paris teeters on the edge of the German occupation, a young French woman closes the door of her late grandmother’s treasure-filled apartment, unsure if she will ever return.

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Tik kun Olam C ouncil Five Aspects of Passover The following article was taken in part from Aish.com. The article in its entirety can be found at https://tinyurl.com/yb6ee5w5

Don’t Miss This Exciting NOC April Concert. STEPHEN PARKER, CHORAL DIRECTOR MAX RABINOVITSJ, ARTISTIC DIRECTOR

Passover provides our greatest contributions to the world and they can be summarized in five words: memory, optimism, faith, family, and responsibility. The Importance of Memory Only by being aware of our past as a people can our lives become filled with purpose and meaning. Memory links our past to our future. It turns history into destiny. It is our first step up the ladder of greatness. The Importance of Optimism To study the Passover story in depth is to recognize that the most difficult task Moses had to perform was not to get the Jews out of Egypt, but to get Egypt out of the Jews. They had become so ingrained to their status as slaves, they lost all hope that they could ever improve their lot. Without hope they would have been lost. The Importance of Faith Faith gives us the certainty that whatever our present-day problems, history moves us in the right direction.That is what has always motivated us to believe in progress and to participate in tikkun olam, efforts to improve the world. The Importance of Family Passover taught us yet another major truth: the way to perfect the world is to begin with our own families.

A ROYAL AFFAIR Saturday, April 14 @ 7:00pm Sunday, April 15 @ 3:30pm Having earned rave reviews and awards for his concert, chamber music and CD recordings, Paul York displays his artistry in Haydn’s “Cello Concerto No 1,” one of the most popular cello concerti. The Naples Orchestra and Chorus presents Handel’s stirring “Coronation Anthem.”

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The Importance of Responsibility to Others We begin the Seder by inviting the hungry and the homeless to join with us. We conclude the Seder by opening the door for Elijah. It is our acceptance of responsibility to others that is the key creating stronger communities and helping to build a happier society for everyone. The Tikkun Olam Council is currently engaged in finding ways to reduce gun violence in our community. We have started a letter writing campaign to our state and Federal legislators but there is more work to do. We are also in the process of sending out a survey asking what our members are already doing regarding social action. Come and join us as we “repair the world.” For more information email or call Ken Goldstein at kengoldstein@mac.com or 201-819-8518. 12

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When & Where... Thursday, May 3rd at 6:30pm Temple Shalom Social Hall

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Go With the Flow! with Paula Brody Thursday,  April 5     9:30-4:30 at Inspirations           $95 includes all supplies A very fun day that will introduce pouring inks, liquid acrylics, and metallics onto smooth surfaces enabling paint to flow freely.  This adventurous day is ideal for artists at all skill levels.    All supplies provided.  Wear comfy older clothes and bring a lunch.  Confirm your space at paulabrody@me.com  or Text Paula at 239-272-7110 Magical Metallics with Paula Brody Thursday, April 12   9:30am-4:30pm $85 includes all art supplies We begin these fun days with the creation of beautiful metallic papers to use in collage learning a variety of painting techniques.  We will work with a variety of textures to complete the exquisite artwork that will emerge from the creative process of working fast and free. All supplies are provided by Paula.  Wear comfy, older clothing and bring a lunch.  Snacks provided. Necklace Design and Basic Beading with Paula Brody Monday, April 23, 1:30-4:30pm  $75 All Beading Supplies Provided plus Wine and Chocolate  

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Shabbat on the Beach & Passover pot luck dinner Lowdermilk Beach Park

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Understanding Eve Presented by

Dr. Paula Brody Sunday, April 15th 10am to 12pm Perhaps more than any other biblical text, this Genesis story of Adam and Eve has influenced gender relationships and religious doctrines for generations. In this workshop, we will take a closer look at the original biblical Hebrew texts of the two biblical Creation stories regarding the origin of human beings, man and woman. Using various English translations of the biblical Hebrew, we will gain insight into the interpretations and mis-interpretations that have shaped gender roles and societal norms. Through our shared discussion of the biblical texts we will see another side of Eve, the first woman, re-envisioning her strength and character. No former biblical study or knowledge of Hebrew is necessary for this fun and enlightening opportunity to re-visit the Garden of Eden. Dr. Paula Brody holds a Doctorate in Education from Boston University and a Masters in Social Work from the University of Michigan. She has over 35 years of experience as a family life educator and counselor. For more than 23 years Dr. Brody served on the Outreach staff of the Union for Reform Judaism, working with interfaith families and individuals exploring conversion. RSVP to the Education Department 239-455-2233 or adulted@naplestemple.org 15


Mr. & Mrs. Steven Leibach Steven Email: steven.leibach@gmail.com Marla Email: marla_ocn@yahoo.com

Mrs. Leslie Farmer Mrs. Barbara Winthrop Paula & Ronald Meyer Mrs. Barbara Carlstrom & Dr. Thomas Carlstrom 27146 Shell Ridge Circle Bonita Springs, Florida 34134 Tom Cell: 515-240-0230 Email: tciowa@gmail.com Barb Cell: 515-229-0363 Email: mimicarlstrom@gmail.com Ms. Ellen Bernstein Garnick 10904 Longshore Way West Naples, Florida 34119 Home: 239-438-1198 Cell: 508-364-9990 Email: egarnick@comcast.net Ellen is originally from NYC but has lived in Yarmouth Port, MA for the past 46 years. She has two daughters; Alyssa who lives in Chappaqua, NY and Rebecca who lives in NYC. She is an avid tennis player, movie goer and voracious reader. She is single and searching and hoping one day to meet her bashert! Mr. & Mrs. Eugene Jacobs 3450 Creekview Dr. Bonita Springs, Florida 34134 Eugene Cell: 312-882-7700 Email: ejacobs@seyfarth.com Leslie Cell: 847-989-7650 Email: leslie.w.jacobs@gmail.com

Marla and Steve recently retired from the medical field. They are happy to escape the cold Chicago winters and enjoy the sunshine, golfing, and new friends in Florida. Combined they have 5 children and 5 grandchildren with one on the way! Mrs. Jan Maher 28076 Quiet Water Way Bonita Springs, Florida 34135 Home: 239-221-3886 Cell: 732-614-8911 Email: jmindy54@yahoo.com Mrs. Maher is originally from Beachwood, New Jersey but now resides fulltime in Bonita Springs. She has two children who are happily married and living in New Jersey. She and her husband Jay love the beach, boating and golf. Jan is a retired teacher but her husband still works. They both love living in Florida. Mr. & Mrs. Bruce Sherman 5325 Guadalupe Way Naples, Florida 34119 Bruce Cell: 330-360-8836 Email: shermanbruce@gmail.com Carol Mobile: 330-360-8839 Email: shermancarol2a@gmail.com Bruce and Carol are originally from Youngstown, Ohio. They have two daughters and four grandchildren. Daughter, Bryna, lives in Cincinnati and Rachel lives in Boca Raton. They have been active in their Jewish and secular communities in Youngstown since their high school years in BBYO. They have worked together for over 21 years in promotional product sales. They are looking forward to spending more time in the blue skies and sunshine of Naples and establishing a new relationship with the Temple Shalom family.

One Family is belonging to a community that cares For more information please visit the Temple Shalom website naplestemple.org

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Beading for Betterment Participants are invited to bead necklaces for children who attend the Guadalupe Center in Immokalee to give to their mothers and grandmothers as gifts for Mother’s Day.

Community Beading Session at Temple Shalom

For adults and children 10 and older who have learned basic beading skills. Join together to help create hundreds of necklaces for the children who attend the Guadalupe Center to give as gifts. Friends and family with beading skills are welcome! Cost: $18/pp or any amount that you are moved to donate. No cost if you bring your own beads. Date: April 17th at 1pm To register call or email Temple Shalom 239-455-3030 info@naplestemple.org Credit cards accepted Please include your email and phone number

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Endowment Corner

Suzanne Low, J.D., CFP®, Endowment Chair The Endowment Committee is pleased and proud to give you our annual update on the continued progress of our revitalized endowment and planned giving programs. •

Temple Shalom Endowment Funds, established at the Community Foundation of Collier County (CFCC) for cost-effective administration and management: o General endowment plus 7 named funds have been established with a total value of over $425,000 to date o Truly Nolen Family Endowment $100,000 bequest is latest major gift and new fund o Existing funds are being continually augmented by family and other gifts, tributes

Verified planned gifts with current known values total approximately $1.5 million (partial value only, as most donors have not provided estimated values)

Eternal Light Society, established for completed Endowment Gifts of at least $10,000 - 9 member individuals or families to date, recognized in new video display in foyer

Legacy Society established for all who sign nonbinding Letter of Intent to make a Planned Gift - 24 individuals or families to date

With a completed endowment gift of $10,000 or more you will become a member of our Eternal Light Society.

Naming opportunities are available of Temple facilities and endowed chairs for major gifts (over $100,000)

For Now and Forever endowment and planned giving marketing brochure, designed by the committee is o On naplestemple.org website under donate button o Available at various Temple locations

Voice articles prepared monthly by committee members inEndowment Corner, explaining program and opportunities for giving; highlighting major donors

Currently planning focus group on endowments and planned giving to take place Sunday, March 25, 2018

Your participation in Temple Shalom’s Endowment and Planned Giving programs can be a truly meaningful way to express your faith in our future. I would love the opportunity to talk with you about the many choices and possibilities. Please contact me at 239-450-8112 or by email at endowmentchair@naplestemple.org if you have any questions.

o Charter Member list was published in the Voice 9/2017; will publish annual list and plan to present private certificate to society members at special event

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Committee members pledged 100% participation in current endowment giving

Recognition criteria have been established for endowment, planned giving, cumulative lifetime and other major gift categories

You will become a member of our Legacy Society with your signed letter of intent to make a gift in the future.


Mitzvah Baskets Fund: Bimah food baskets for Shabbat. A $100 donation purchases several hundred dollars of food for JFCS.

Showing We Care Contributions to Temple Shalom funds are wonderful ways to show your appreciation of family and friends, to celebrate happy occasions and to honor the memories of loved ones. We suggest a minimum donation of chai ($18.00). With a minimum donation of chai, a notice of your gift will be sent to the honoree and mention will be published in The Voice.

Operations

General Fund: Support Temple operations. Capital Reserve: Maintain and enhance buildings and grounds. Security Fund: Improve safety and security Tree of Life: Each ‘Rock’ and ‘Star of David’ is a donation of $540.00; each ‘Leaf ’ is $240.00. The contribution must be received in its entirety before engraving is ordered. Tribute Garden: Enhance garden, buildings and grounds. Dedication opportunities are available

Worship

Memorial Fund: Donations in memory of loved ones William Freschel Kiddush Fund: Provide Kiddush Lunch each Saturday following worship services. A $150 donation sponsors Kiddush in honor of a special someone or occasion. Flower Fund: Bimah flowers each Shabbat. A $100.00 donation sponsors flowers in memory or in honor of a special someone or occasion.

Dr. Philip & Shirley Gilbert Music Fund: Enhances music at Temple Shalom. Prayerbook Fund: Prayerbooks and Torah commentaries. Prayerbooks - $54, Torah commentary - $100 High Holy Days preayerbooks (set) - $108

Endowment

Endowment Fund: To secure the future, enrich programs and provide for emergency needs of the congregation. Honey Berkle Endowment Fund: Support overall mission of Temple Shalom. The Paula Brody and Merrill Hassenfeld Endowment Fund: Support operating and capital expenses.

Adult Education Fund: Enhance adult education programs.

Kraus Scholar In Residence Endowment Fund: To bring visiting scholars to the Temple as an educational benefit to the membership.

Religious School Fund: Supplies and activitiess for Jewish learning in Religious and Hebrew Schools.

The Low Family Endowment Fund: To secure the future of Temple Shalom and Reform Judaism in Southwest Florida.

Religious School Enrichment Fund: Augments the Religious and Hebrew School educational programming.

The Herbert & Ruth Abramson Fund: To supplement general operations and provide enrichment for Temple functions.

Polster Religious School Scholarship Fund: Religious and Hebrew School scholarships for students in need.

The Janet & Howard Solot Endowment Fund: For general charitable uses and purposes.

Ben Calmenson Fund: Sponsors children to attending Camp Coleman.

Clergy/Leadership

Education

Joseph S. Weinfeld Faculty Development Fund: Curriculum and teaching skill enrichment activities for Sunday and Hebrew School teachers. Youth Activities Fund: Financial support for our youth to attend Camp Coleman, to take part in regional/ national youth conventions, and summer in Israel experiences. Preschool Fund: Supplies and activities for the Preschool. Preschool Enrichment Fund: Books, magazines and media for children and adolescents. Arby Lipman Children's Library: For the purchase of children and adolescent books and magazine subscriptions, and supplies. Jack and Charlotte Ward Family Children's Music Shelf: Audio and video music for children.

Rabbi Miller’s Discretionary Fund: For tzedakah, charitable purposes,and general enhancement of the Rabbi's work. Cantor Azu's Discretionary Fund: For tzedakah, charitable purposes and general enhancement of the Cantor's work. Leadership Fund: Enhance and enrich leadership programs at Temple Shalom.

Library

Rabbi James & Jane Perman Library: Books, magazine subscriptions and supplies.

Social Action

David and Lillian Thalenfeld Fund for Social Justice: Support Temple’s participation in social justice events and activities.

Oneg Shabbat:

Sponsors Onegs in celebration of an event or to honor someone. This fund is administered by Temple Shalom Sisterhood. Please contact Sandy Stone (239) 597-1553

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Contributions to Temple Shalom General Fund

In Memory of: Shirley Kraus by Alfred Cohen Shirley Rubinfeld by Judith & Dr. Stuart Kaplan Gerald Alan Grossman by Midge Rauch Audrey Rubner by Evie & Ralph Ruebner Mindy Baha-el Din by Gloria & Lyle Rosenzweig Sylvia Waldman by Lanie & Marty Samuels Josephine Endlar by Richard Endlar Leonard Levy by Carol & Michael Levy Marlene Oshry, Sima Oshry by Dr. Samuel Oshry Ann Solot by Janet & Howard Solot Lenore Speiser by Blanche & Mark Speiser Ezekiel Wolf by Sheila & Howie Agranat Martha Mendick by Iris Sissler Gerson Barter by Linda & Dr. Bruce Barter William Smulowitz by Lenore & Mario Macchi In Honor of: Alicia & Michael Feldman on their marriage by Fern & Dr. Andrew Jaffe Selma Eisenstadt on her 101st birthday by Barb & Dr. Len Cutler Barbara Heimann on her special birthday by Michal Wiesler In Appreciation: By Pearl Brostoff

Religious School

In Memory of: Marilyn Birnhak by Debra Antzis & Chad Atkins Evelyn Gutman by Rachel & Howard Gutman Arthur Waltzer by Carolyn & Dr. Tracey Roth In Honor of: The late Herbert Adler by Susie Adler Alicia & Michael Feldman on their marriage by Debra Antzis & Chad Atkins, Karen & Dr. Marty Cohn, Carolyn & Dr. Tracey Roth

Polster Religious School Scholarship Fund In Memory of: Charles Indictor by Barbara Druckman Amy Cowan by Sandy Stone

William Freschel Kiddush Fund

In Memory of: Paul Sirkus by Sandy Sirkus Audrey Rubner, Ralph Pfingst by Dr. Michael Rubner In Honor of: Reid Schwartz becoming a Bar Mitzvah by Melanie & Dr. Stephen Schwartz 20

As of March 1

Flower Fund

In Honor of: Reid Schwartz becoming a Bar Mitzvah by Melanie & Dr. Stephen Schwartz

Mitzvah Food Basket Fund In Memory of:

Sally Sussman by Arlene & Don Shapiro

Rabbi Miller’s Discretionary Fund

In Memory of: Gerald Alan Grossman by Susan & Jack Rabin, Judy & Mel Zahn, Nancy White Harry Subin by Arlene & Bob Subin Charlotte Kwasha by Mardelle & Bennett Berman Seth Kaner by Sue & Chuck Center Milton Lorber by Geri & Ron Gale Aaron Goldstein by Caroline Beasley & David Goldstein Herman Schwartz, Dorothy Goldblatt by Donna & Richard Goldblatt Adela Levy de Levy by Nina & Dr. Moises Levy Harry M. Shapiro by Dottie Magen Sol Rauch, Jeanette Rauch by Midge Rauch Nettie Subin by Arlene & Bob Subin In Honor of: Reid Schwartz becoming a Bar Mitzvah by Melanie & Dr. Stephen Schwartz In Appreciation: By Jacqueline & Victor Meskin By Sydelle Weinberger

Prayerbook Fund

In Honor of: Alicia & Michael Feldman on their marriage by Stacy Nicolau

Temple Security Fund

In Honor of: Alicia & Michael Feldman on their marriage by Tracey & Dr. Larry Albert

Cantor Azu’s Discretionary Fund

In Memory of: Fay Helfand by Gene Helfand Maurice Fisher by Eloyse & David Fisher Bessie Tucker by Carol Swartz & David Malakoff Evelyn Sidman, Marshall Sidman by Judith & Benjamin Peltz In Honor of: Reid Schwartz becoming a Bar Mitzvah by Melanie & Dr. Stephen Schwartz


Contributions to Temple Shalom Rabbi James and Jane Perman Library

In Memory of: Solomon Arditti, Nathan Hasson by Matty Hasson

Arby Lipman Children’s Library In Honor of: The late Herbert Adler by Susie Adler

Dr. Philip & Shirley Gilbert Music Fund In Memory of:

Honey Berkle Endowment Fund

In Memory of: Honey Berkle, Max Applebaum by Shelly Berkle In Appreciation: By Sheila & Les Handler

Shalom Preschool In Honor of:

Alicia & Michael Feldman on their marriage by Tammy & Darren Samuel

Charles Elbhar, Reine Elbhar by Dr. Lydia Bond

Tribute Garden

Joseph S. Weinfeld Faculty Development Fund

Selma Cassell by Brian Cassell

In Honor of: Alicia & Michael Feldman on their marriage by Helen Weinfeld

Tree of Life

A LEAF has been donated in Honor of: Perry Switzen by Eleanor & Walter Angoff

Kraus Scholar-In-Residence Endowment Fund

In Memory of: Sadie Wolinsky, Hyman Felsen by Sylvia Wolinsky

Endowment Fund

In Memory of: Nathan R. Angoff, Evelyn K. Angoff, Marion B. Angoff, Harold Kanter, Dora C. Kanter, Rose Kanter, Dudley A. Weiss, Thelma A. Weiss, Max Akabas, Eva Akabas by Eleanor & Walter Angoff Sarah Chervitz by Nancy Brown & Bill Maltby Morris Koosman by Fran & Rob Nossen Max Becker by Sheila & Alvin Becker Arthur Waltzer by Beth & Dr. Brian Wolff In Honor of: Carole Greene & Jerry Flagel – Sharing their happiness by Bobbie & Dr. Gene Katz Alicia & Michael Feldman on their marriage by Marni & Neil Chur, Bobbie & Dr Gene Katz, Beth & Dr. Brian Wolff

Low Family Endowment Fund In Memory of: Rose Low by Suzanne Low

Janet & Howard Solot Endowment Fund

As of March 1

In Memory of:

Mitzvah Day Debra Antzis and Chad Atkins Shirley and Bob Bassin Shelly Berkle Rita Bernstein Lydia Bond Eleanor and Gerry Bonder Lauren and Todd Brodie Nancy and Ted Brother Wendy and Jeff Butzke Ellie Cantor Sue and Chuck Center Dave Citrin Myra and Peter Cristall Karen and Stan Deutsch Barbara Druckman Brooke and Eric Druckman Mignon and Stanley Farb Anita and Phil Freeman Ken and Diana Goldstein Linda Hamburger Bob Hayum Florence Hertzman Stephanie and Neil Heuer William and Sue Heyman Carol and Burton Hirsch Di and Andy Karpman Bobbie and Gene Katz Ed Kaufman Don Leuchtag Shelley and Jacob Lieb Joyce and Paul Moskowitz

Jean and Lenny Nacht Fran and Rob Nossen Cindy and Mark Nusbaum Judi Palay Micheline and Henri Peker Jane and Jim Perman Frances and Harvey Peters Judy and Chuck Picus Sherry and Stephen Pino Amy Prchal Earl Prolman Susan and Jack Rabin Wendy Riedel Susan and Nat Ritter Cynthia and George Rubin Anne and Mark Rubin Michael Rubner Lanie and Marty Samuels Kathleen and Leo Schettler Lori and Chuck Siegel Elliott Singer Janet and Howard Solot Judi and Dan Spintman Sheldon and Betsy Starman Sandy Stone Pat and Marshall Sutker Temple Shalom Men’s Club Temple Shalom Sisterhood Joan and Richard Toder Linda and Jerry Wainick Ruth and David Weil Ellen and Edward Wollman

In Memory of: Gerald Alan Grossman by Janet & Howard Solot In Honor of: Howard Agranat on his 85th birthday by Janet & Howard Solot 21


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It’s that time of year when we say goodbye to our friends that are heading north for the summer months. Before you leave.... • Please contact the Temple office at 239-455-3030 to advise us of the switch to your northern address and to verify that we have the correct information on file. • Don’t forget, you can always join us for services and special events via our live streaming video. Follow the link under the “Media” tab on the Temple’s website, www.naplestemple.org. • If you have any left over, non-perishable food you can drop it off at Temple Shalom. The food pantry at JFCS would greatly appreciate it.

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April 2018

Anniversaries

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Susan Hadinger and Adam Schonberg

2

Nancy and John Reilly

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Sandy and Ira Broadman

Judy and Jack Kaufman

4 Marshall and Beverly Fried 7 Ellen and Donald Baseman

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Myra and Peter Cristall

Julie and Jason Roberts

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Tara and Brett Rosenblum

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Susan and Yale Freeman

BOGO

Roberta and Donald Tannenbaum 25

Jody and Scott Levy

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Max and Linda Freedman

To keep the food pantry shelves stocked we need everyone to participate weekly. There is desperate need for the following: pasta, rice, pasta sauce, peanut butter, jelly, canned fruits, canned vegetables, cereals and baby food.

Beryl and Elliot Miller

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Joyce and Harold Yamron

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Di and Andy Karpman

30

Cyndi Yag-Howard and Corey Howard

Don’t forget to take a bag from the Temple Lobby!

April 2018

Birthdays

Thanks!

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3 5 6 7 8 9 11 12

Anna Cotton Eric Meyer Scott Weinstein Michael Seaman Barbara Meltz Benjamin Peltz Darren Samuel Mark Nusbaum Robert Newman Lenore Greenstein Richard Price Jennifer Fleischer Helice Picheny Sandra Stone Jane Galler Moises Levy Jack Rabin John Little Myra Shapiro Mark Cohen Alan Kaplan Alison Goodwich Ronnie Poplock Elaine Porter Norman Weiss Toby Levine Ron Klein

13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23

Michael Hendler Lawrence Gratz Sheila Agranat Claire Adler Karyn Samuel Susan Feld Morton Friedman Earl Gurevitch Donald Shapiro Marvin Weisberg Elise Altman Shelley Schloss Judith Rubin Laurance Baer Ralph Luts Joanne Kittinger Elisa Ross Barbara Chester Leonard Nacht Pepi Herbst Judith Freedman Frances Knox Howard Agranat Ronald Goodwich Kenneth Sidman Marilyn Kaufman Barbara Kaplan

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Linda Hamburger Janet Solot Phyllis Lazear Neil Cohen Henri Peker David Gross Eric Druckman Marvin Lender Judy Morton Jeffrey Morton Martin Nicolau Pat Levy Rebecca Kosloff Loretta Stein Jan Gerber Angelo Pirrone Francene Boxer Jay Weiss Brian Solomon Victoria Cooper Nancy Brown Maxine Gould Debbe Schertzer Samuel Oshry Celia Dezen


April 2018

Yahrzeits

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Ken Berk Nathan Angoff Harry Shooman Shirley Berzon Irving Kaplan Sara Brody Rachel Buckman Louis Koss Herman Levy Walter Zamiela Berko Zdanowicz Grace Dworkin David Flagel William Graev Pearl Inger Enid Baker Ben Kramer William Shultz Jack Rothman Leah E. Kaplan Martin Lanznar John Van Thournout Lillian Levine Edna Levy Toby Levy Joyce Takefman Sylvia Raskin Sylvia Millender Bessie Levin Alma Katz Annette Pearl David Price Tracey Birnhak Jack Cohon Jack Cohn Max Tabachnik Rubin Rothenberg Belle Weinberger Daniel Schuman Jack Cupples Sylvia Golant Helene Handleman Beverly Cohen Nathan Weiss Lena Bykowsky Elliot Albin Pearl Anchor Irving Figlarz Arthur Browner Walter Heuman Morris Goldstein Coleman Cristall Barbara Hershy Barbara Flagel Steve Edelman Minnie Hirsch Harvey Holden Abraham Luff Sam Spiegel Mildred Strauss

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Garson Dinaburg Rose Alexander Frances Gilman Newton Beugen Esther Bragman Frances Sloves Irving Klein Helene Hyman Paul Rifkin Meyer Meltz Hortense Miller Arnold Ansfield Joseph Monson Dorothy Nacht Jack Paley Harvey Fox William Rick Stanley Rubinstein Abe Waldman Bernice Schneider Al Solot Daniel Grossman Frances Schulman Wyatt Sutker Roberta Pollack Lillian Wainick David Barter Sophie Kreitman David Schneider Norman Nathan Rose Rosen Louisa Saloman Ruth Dorfman Truly Nolen Edward Koeser Lillian Simon Ida Freeman Pauline Dorfman Gus Garber Rachel Arditti Solomon Cohen Gary Lewis Saul Fliegel Frederick Hacker Jack Kamerman Bella Kandel Lila Katz Pearl Klein Catherine Cotler Kenneth Unger Antoinette Loinger David Kessler Ruth Beck Samuel Price Morton Riefberg Ruth Ciner Tillie Pressman Irving Groob Deana Rosofsky Nathan Rubin

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Sonia Rozet James Schulhof Pearl Schulhof Florence Solin Harvey Sibrack Leonard Mendelblatt Solomon Stillman Sidney Satkin Adrienne Packer Jane Waltzer Dora Waranch Marion Kapiloff Linda Blatt Carl Glass Joan Jacobs Rose Yamron Samuel Yellin Noah Liff Jean Kruger Jack Bonder Rose Cahan Moe Lussan Myer Colodny Dorothea Zamiela John Cornacchia Joel Deifik Helen Brody Anna Colbus Morris Friedman Martin Cohen Henry Silverman George Finn Helene Fischer Israel Zelbow Jennie Harris Charlotte Perlman Harriet Field Jerrie Weisberg Samuel Kandel

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Nathan Kaplan Bertha Sloan Alfred Bomeisler Maria Szcsekowska David Hyman David Magen Rosalie Paulson Elaine Hammer Kenny Silverblatt Elfrieda Ritter Wendy Ritter Golda Rosenzweig Robert Teplitz Lester Freedman Sara Schwartz

Recently Deceased as of March 21

Irvin Zvibleman - Father of Barry Zvibleman Otti Iwanashyn - Mother of Wallie Lenchner Abe Zubrow - Long time Temple member Jill Isaacson - Wife of Dan Isaacson Chuck Broches - Brother-in-law of Carol Clarke Gary Lichtman - Husband of Marsha Lichtman Judith Weisberg – Wife of Don Weisberg

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Sunday

No Religious or Sunday Hebrew School

2

Monday

3

Tuesday

April 2018

Sisterhood Board meeting 10am

Wednesday 4

No Hebrew School

Thursday 5

Wise Aging (2) 12:30pm

Melton Core class (1) 2pm

6

Friday

Beach Shabbat pot luck 6pm service 7pm No service at Temple Shalom

Melton Core class (2) 3pm

8

Religious School 9am

9

Yom Hashoah Community service 10am

10

Sisterhood Installation luncheon 11:30am Confirmation class 6pm

11

Hebrew School 4:45pm Men’s Club Board meeting 6pm

Film - In Flight 7pm

15

Religious School 9am 10th graders 9am

16

Tikkun Olam Council meeting 10am

Understanding Eve 10am

17

Beading for Betterment 1pm

Religious School 9am

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18

Hebrew School 4:45pm

Executive Committee meeting 7pm

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Board meeting 7pm

13

Marketing meeting 11:30am

Shabbat evening service 7:30pm Sisterhood Shabbat

Wise Aging (1) 12:30pm

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Wise Aging (2) 12:30pm Sisterhood Book Bag 1:30pm Choir rehearsal 6:30pm

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Hebrew School 4:45pm

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Wise Aging (2) 12:30pm

Film - In the Choir rehearsal Shadow of Suribachi 6:30pm 7pm

Confirmation class 9:30am Jewish Genealogy for adults 10am

Torah Talk 8:30am Shabbat morning & Yizkor service 10am

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Shabbat morning service 10am Bar Mitzvah of Max Murphy

Fundraising Steering committee meeting 3pm

Sunday Hebrew School 11:30am

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12

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Saturday

20 New Member Wine & Cheese 6pm

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Shabbat morning service 10am

Soulful Shabbat 7:30pm

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Shabbat evening service 7:30pm

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Shabbat morning service 10am Bar Mitzvah of Jaxson Karen

Sunday Hebrew School 11:30am

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Religious School 9am

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