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is tattooing her arm, Lale vows to survive the war and marry Gita when they are liberated. Carla Weston will lead the discussion; all are invited.
Packaging is a crucial front in the sustainability battle. Please take time to write or call the companies you deal with to say that youâ€™d be
happier to see a minimum of waste and material
Community service at Iron Gate continues the last Sunday of each month. Volunteers serve breakfast to Iron Gate guests and have the opportunity to meet and greet the guests. Many thanks to Sarah-Anne Schuman who has organized a group each month. Those who want to join in the Iron Gate project need to be at least 13 years old and be available from 8:30-10:30 a.m. on Sunday morning April 28. Women and men are encouraged to volunteer.
that can be easily recycled or compoted.
THIS IS THE RIGHT MONTH FOR Thoughtful preparations for passover.
Contact Sarah-Anne at Hennschu@gmail.com. And thank you for participating in this mitzvah!
read through your haggadah, decide your ritual practice, and focus on meaning!
PASSOVER IN THE GIFT SHOP Rabbi Kaiman gives a High Five to the Haggadah pictured in the next column. It is family-friendly, colorful, and perfect for your seder. In Every Generation is a user-friendly guide for adults and early reader children. It will serve nicely for those preparing their first seder. This Haggadah presents all the essential parts of the seder. The Gift Shop has stocked up on this Haggadah, so hurry in to get the number of copies you need for your seder.
MILESTONE DINNER Thursday, April 25, at 7 p.m.
Available now in the Sisterhood Gift Shop. Call ahead to reserve copies for you and your family.