Thank you!

Thanks to all who helped make Tu B’Shvat fun & memorable.

We had informative presentations about trees from Tim Connelly from the Farm Institute including each student planting her own Meyer Lemon Tree. Josey Kirkland from Felix Neck joined us in a discussion about animal species on the island & brought several local creatures.

And last Friday night Rabbi Broitman led a lovely Tu B’Shvat Seder exquisitely presented by Kanta Lipsky with delicious food made by all of you.

No Wednesday program this week. Remember your service attendance requirement.

Stay warm & safe.

 

 

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Friday 1/22 Tu B’Shvat Together updated

In celebration of Tu B’Shvat we will gather on Friday 1/22 at 5:30PM for a Shabbat dinner combined with a Tu B’Shvat Seder.

Please bring a hearty healthy salad or entree to share (or ask & I will give you an easy assignment). Macaroni & cheese & a special dessert will be provided. Remember all dishes must dairy/vegan – no meat or meat products. Consider including one of the seven species in your dish (listed below).

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Happy Channukah!

Thanks to all for a great day today!

Special thank you to Nicole Cabot for her tasty latkes!

More marvelous latkes plus live music Friday at 5:30PM (please bring a side dish to share).

Bring your menorahs on Friday so we can all light them together!

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Don’t worry we are not serving this for dessert on Friday.

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Easy fundraiser for our school! Spread the word!

  

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Mitzvah Opportunity! 

Carry the Future is an organization that hand delivers baby carriers to refugee families arriving in Greece. If you have them you can bring new or gently used carriers to the Mailroom in Edgartown (at the Triangle) for shipment, courtesy of the Mailroom. Phase 2 of the process will be the delivery of the carriers by volunteers who will fly to Greece and distribute them to families right at the ports.

The only type they cannot accept are wraps or slings because time and language barriers don’t allow for proper instructions. But the soft structured carriers (SSCs) can be adjusted properly and quickly for the families to use.

  

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Shabbat Potluck Friday! 

Mazel Tov & thanks to the Education Committee on the great fund raiser! 

This Friday 11/20 at 5:30PM we will gather to welcome Shabbat & then share a potluck dinner. Please let me know what you are bringing or if you want an easy assignment. Macaroni & cheese will be provided.

Please have your student(s) dress appropriately for Shabbat.

No school Wednesday 11/25.

See you tomorrow!

     
 

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ARTISANS FAIR! THIS COMING SUNDAY! SPREAD THE WORD!

  

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