September 9, 2020 | 20 Elul 5780
Day 21
It’s Day 21 of #30DaysOfLearning. So much of our holidays are about us, but OKC teacher and member Richard Friedman explains what makes Rosh Hashanah different, and how it should motivate us to be better global citizens.
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Up next: OKCer Bea Gurwitz melts the heart with her intergenerational challah braiding lesson. Items to bring: challah dough and a box of tissues.

ONE FINAL NOTE: Yesterday’s video by Dana Pelzman mentioned a special resource for creating an updated space plan. You can now see that resource here.

An honor roll of OKC’s ba’alei tekiyah are putting together a class all about blowing shofar. Join us on September 14 to make some noise in this class that will really blow you out of the water! (Teehee!)
Let’s discover our connection points to one another! We will ask you to share fun facts about yourself, offer personal reflections, and engage in interesting conversation points. For each of these thirty days, we will introduce one new topic a day. Today’s topic: 

Bookmark this page to follow along with all thirty topics. See posting instructions or contact for assistance.

Cleaning up is one chore that kids of all ages can help with. Here’s a helpful article from WebMD with some other age-appropriate chore options. Need some tunes to motivate you? This R&B remix is a waaaaaaaay better version of Barney’s original “everybody do your share” song. Check out those dance moves!
Want to be part of the fun? Send videos and content related to the High Holy Days and watch our community get even closer… a little social distance can’t keep OKC members apart! 

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