May 4, 2017   8 Iyar  5777
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SHABBAT 
SHALOM!  
  
Shabbat ACHAREI MOT/KEDOSHIM
Friday, May 5th 
6 p.m., Chapel
Saturday, May 6th 
9:00 a.m.,  Sanctuary
Rabbi Mitch Parker will officiate at Shabbat Morning Services.
10 a.m. Youth Room is open and staffed.  
Kiddush Lunch is sponsored by the Kiddush Lunch fund.
To help support Kiddush Lunch, please consider becoming part of a Kiddush Lunch Bunch Group or making a one-time donation to the Kiddush Lunch Fund.  Please contact the synagogue office for details.

SNL
SATURDAY NIGHT LEARNING will be at the home of Rabbi Mitch and Cheryl Parker, 7:45 p.m. Please rsvp to  mitch@bnaiisraelwb.org.

BI AND COMMUNITY ACTIVITIES

SUNDAY, MAY 7TH WALK/RUN FOR ISRAEL



ATTENTION BI PARENTS OF HIGH SCHOOL SENIORS:
Shabbat Morning, May 13th
We will be honoring our graduating high school seniors during the course of morning services.  Please  click here to submit your student's post-high school plans.  
Please  e-mail Mitch if your student will be in shul on May 13th.

 

LEARNING OPPORTUNITIES

ADULT EDUCATION
INTRODUCING . . . DATE NIGHT for parents of School-Age Children
date night
Saturday Evenings, 8 p.m. jerusalem
May 20
Mitch Parker will be leading learning sessions devoted to the History of Jerusalem.  The last session will take place on the weekend before Yom Yerushalayim which this year will mark the 50th anniversary of the reunification of Jerusalem.   Sessions will be hosted in member homes.  RSVP directly  David Saperstein:  e-mail David Saperstein  if you are interesting in attending or hosting.

Talmud class with Mitch Parker
Wednesdays, 7:30-8:30 p.m., at the synagogue
We are currently studying Brachot, the first section of the Talmud.  Interested?  Contact Mitch:  mitch@bnaiisraelwb.org

WHAT'S THE SLANT?:  ADDRESSING CURRENT ISSUES IN THE NEWS
WEDNESDAY EVENING, 5/10
7:30 P.M., ROOM 2, TKA/BI
Presented by David A. victor, Ph.D., Professor of Management and International Business, Eastern Michigan University.
Final session in a series of seminars describing current news events, providing some historical background to trends following multiple perspectives (from different national and political vantage points) on the same stories.

Mazel Tov 
Happy Birthday!
Birthday Cake
MAY BIRTHDAYS
   3 Naomi Bernard 
   6 Susan Knoppow 
   8 Geri Feigelson 
   8 Howard Rosenberg
10 Jay Abramson,  Armando Duer,  Casey Weiss 
11 Rhonda Duer,  Rachel Jacobson
15 Marilyn Lantor 
16 Trudy Jacobson 
20 Linda Foster 
21 Louise Lazarus 
21 Megan Victor 
22 David Feber 
27 Susan Gartenberg,  Jay Kozlowski 
28 Susan Birnholtz,  Hilda Hamburger 
30 Jordan Rosen 
Jewish Wedding

MAY ANNIVERSARIES
  4 Warren & De-De Robinson 
   5 Herb & Marilyn Lantor 
   6 Sandy & Sue Birnholtz 
20 Jay & Joanna Abramson 
25 Joe & Leah Bernstein 
26 Jeffrey Lupovitch & Alissa Citron 
28 David Saperstein & Susan Knoppow 
29 Oscar & Adele Band 
30 Ed & Fran Chudnow,  Steve & Linda Jacobson

If your birthday or anniversary information is not listed, please  email the synagogue  so we can update our records.
May Their Memories Be For a Blessing 
MAY YAHRTZEITS
5/4/2017 (8 Iyar)  Imre Erdos, Sarah Kurland Fridenberg, Edith Miller
5/5/2017 (9 Iyar) Robert Perry Schloss
5/6/2017 (10 Iyar) Gabor Fenyes, Marc Silverman
5/7/2017 (11 Iyar) Avrum Greenbaum, Gertrude Greenbaum
5/8/2017 (12 Iyar) Evelyn Graub, Gertrude Wapner
5/11/2017 (15 Iyar) Marilyn Soverinsky
5/15/2017 (19 Iyar) Rabbi Moshe Funk
5/16/2017 (20 Iyar) Pearl Mirkin
5/17/2017 (21 Iyar) Abraham Joseph Kleinbard
5/19/2017 (23 Iyar) Jean Rappaport
5/22/2017 (26 Iyar) Maurice Gordon, Harry Seigerman
5/23/2017 (27 Iyar) Marvin Picker
5/24/2017 (28 Iyar) Bernie Toby
5/25/2017 (29 Iyar) Stanley Berlin, Ralph Levin
5/26/2017 (1 Sivan) Sarah Hurvich
5/27/2017 (2 Sivan) Michael Berkowitz, Sandra G. Rose
5/28/2017 (3 Sivan) Morris Rogoff, Grace Weiss
5/29/2017 (4 Sivan) Edith Agauas, Arnold Margolis, Isadore Silverman
5/30/2017 (5 Sivan) Roslyn Tucker
5/31/2017 (6 Sivan) Alice Fenyes

To make a donation to commemorate a yahrtzeit, please click here .  If you are a member of the synagogue and a yahrtzeit for your loved one is not on the list, please contact the synagogue office so we can update our records.   Please click here if you wish to permanently memorialize a loved one by purchasing a yahrtzeit plaque.  
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