June 29, 2018
In This Issue
ChaiVillageLA Reaches Two Years

Village Slide Show is on You Tube

Renewal Period Ends Tomorrow

New Events

Chai-Lighted Events

Introduce Yourself

Do You Know CPR?

ChaiVillageLA Reaches Two Years
That's the Way to Celebrate an Anniversary!
Over 150 people filled the Temple Isaiah Social Hall with joy, laughter and chatter. There were long-time friends, new village members and happy guests. All of us felt the powerful message of ChaiVillageLA--that together we are creating a vibrant and meaningful future.
Rabbi Zoë Klein Miles, Ellen Isaacs, Rabbi Emerita Laura Geller and Terry Pullan are happy to celebrate
ChaiVillagers thoroughly enjoy a slide show of our many activities and events
Lorna Belman reflects on what ChaiVillageLA means to her and encourages member participation
Ira Laufer tells about the joy ChaiVillageLA has brought to his and Helen's lives
Ellen Isaacs talks about her journey with ChaiVillageLA from its earliest days
Renee Cronenwalt tells us about a very special 80's+ group and invites others to join
June Wynbrandt and Shirley Kern show us what community means
Devorah Servi and Terry Pullan provide their words of wisdom
Village Slide Show is On You Tube
We've Been Very Busy!
Didn't get a chance to see the exciting ChaiVillageLA video? Want to watch it again? Or just curious about all of the many activities at ChaiVillageLA?

Renewal Period Ends Tomorrow
Tomorrow is the Deadline

Haven't gotten around to renewing? Unfortunately, members who haven't renewed their memberships won't be able to sign up for events after June 30. It's easy to register online: just click the link below. Or call Devorah at (310) 592-0321.

New Events
Site Visit to Non-Profit

Interested in volunteering? Join us on an agency visit to help choose where we will volunteer next. We'll be visiting  826LA, an organization which helps students with their writing skills. Space is limited. Contact Janet Noah for more info: jln24620@gmail.com.

Tuesday, July 3 - 11:00 AM
12515 Venice Boulevard, LA 90064

Meet Me at the Movies - Two New Films
Five Seasons-The Gardens of Piet Oudolf

Join us to enjoy a beautiful documentary about the innovative designer of NY's Highline gardens. Meet at Emil's Cafe in West LA for a light lunch before the show.

Wednesday, July 4
11:30 AM-2:45 PM
Laemmele Royal

Three Identical Strangers

We'll see a new documentary, based on a true story about triplets separated at birth. Meet at the theater before the show and then stroll to a local restaurant for dinner together. 

Thursday, July 12
4:45-7:00 PM
Landmark Theatre

League of Women Voters: Voter Registration Presentation

Special presentation from an expert at the League of Women Voters. You'll hear how you can help others register to vote at this no-obligation special presentation. For women and men.

Sunday, July 8 - 10:30AM- 12:00 PM
Home of Idelle and Peter Davidson

Chai-Lighted Events
Our ChaiVillageLA.org Calendar Has Something for Everyone

Check our calendar for information about village events. Sign up online or call for assistance: (310) 592-0321.

Check Out Our Website for Bridge Activities for Beginners
Intermediate Bridge
Interested in playing intermediate level bridge? Join our weekly game. We can accommodate up to 5 people each Monday evening. To reserve your seat, be sure to contact Radell Simon at (310) 466-0550 no later than the night before.

Monday, July 2 - 6:30-8:30PM
Watermark Beverly Hills

Walk with a Rabbi

Each week ChaiVillagers plus a member of the clergy walk together around Rancho Park. Join us for a 2 mile walk around Rancho Park. Plenty of street parking.

Tuesday, July 3 - 8:15-9:15AM
Meet at the Corner of Patricia and Cushdon Avenue
Understanding the World's News
Current events are heating up all around us. Perhaps that's why so many folks showed up for our June meeting. Be part of our July meeting and join in the sharing of news and opinions. Moderated by Myrna Hant.

Tuesday July 10 - 10:00-11:30 AM
Temple Isaiah Library

Brown Bag Short Stories
This month we will be discussing two short stories written by South African writers. Please join us and bring your own sack lunch. We'll dine and discuss.

Friday, July 13 - 11:30 AM-1:30 PM
Temple Isaiah Library

Introduce Yourself
What's Your Story?

Hi, I’m Pini Herman.  I was born in Budapest, Hungary, to Holocaust survivor parents. I attended Orthodox Jewish school through 8th grade, then public school and graduated in 1969 from Fairfax High School in LA. My social activism goes way back...

Do You Know CPR?
Save a Little Life
Are you a new grandparent? Do you spend time at the pool with young family members? Are you interested in learning Pediatric CPR? Check out the schedule of the nearby Save a Little Life organization.

Refuah Shleimah

A Full and Complete Healing to:
Jerry Aroesty
Sandy Bernstein
Gloria Boraz
Pearl Councelbaum
Sylvia Fox
Candace Foyer
Carol Hartmann
Jack Olshansky
Diane Ring
Joan Sales
Sandi Sternig-Babcock
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