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RELIGIOUS SCHOOL NEWS
October 16, 2015
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Phone: 203 544-8695
Fax: 203 544-9706

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Rabbi Rachel Bearman
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Religious School Director

TBC Office
Kim O'Rielly

Facility Use or Rental
Kim O'Rielly
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President
Dina Gumins

Sisterhood President

Youth Group President
[TBD]
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Religious School Schedule:

Sunday October 18: 9:30 - 11:30
 
Parking lot duty: 
Metviner, Levi, Lehman
 
Dismissal for  Kindergarten
- 3rd grade:
Parents are required to park their cars and come inside to pick up students.
 
Hebrew School in Session:
Wednesday October 21 and Thursday October 22
4:20 - 6:00
 

 

Temple B'nai Chaim /Boost! 

Parenting Workshops 

October 21, 2015, 7:00- 9:30pm



Cost: $35 - Payment required in advance via http://bit.ly/TBCPW15
   by October 14th.  
Contact adulted@templebnaichaim.org after October 14th to see if spaces are still available.
Refunds only until October 14th.
 
Program held at Temple B'nai Chaim, 
 
The program requires a minimum of attendees to be held - please register now!
Light refreshments will be served. No children please.
 


 



Stop Hunger Now
 
Sign Up for Stop Hunger Now

 
On Saturday, October 24, TBC will be participating as a congregation in the 5th annual Stop Hunger Now packaging event in Wilton. 

Last year we packaged over 160,000 meals that were sent to Haiti.  TBC was well represented by about 90 volunteers. 

  
Our goal is to again package over 160,000 meals this year and raise $3500 as a Congregation that will fund 12,000 meals which will be sent to hungry children in developing countries. 

 This year each meal costs $0.29 (an increase of 4 cents/meal) so $1.45 buys 5 meals, $15 buys 52 meals and $100 buys 345 meals -- still a really good deal.
  

Now is the time to sign up to volunteer by clicking here
Don't forget that children 5 and older can help (our 5-year-olds last year had a fantastic time and really contributed!).

 This form will enable you to make a donation and/or register to work one of the 2 hour shifts on October 24th. 

 We hope that you will continue TBC's support for this event.  All who have participated in the past have found it to be both fun and a meaningful way of participating in Tikun Olam.
  
 If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Don Weber at mdweb27@me.com
 

 
 




Save the Date!
7th Grade Family Nature Walk/Havdalah Dinner in the Woods! 

Saturday November 7 
3:00 - 5:30
Sturges Park, Ridgefield, CT 


EVENTS IN COMMUNITY
 
Sunday October 18
 
Greenwich - Sunday Funday Tots/Sunday Funday Kids, JCC Greenwich and PJ Library for 18-months to preschoolers, and grades K - 2, 3:45 - 5 p.m., One Holly Hill Lane; (203) 552-1818.

Stamford - Friendship Day; walk, food activities, show, rides; to benefit children with special needs and their families; 12:30 - 3:30 p.m.; Friendship Circle Center, 770 High Ridge Rd., friendshipdayct.com.

Tuesday, October 20
F airfield - Daniel Pearl World Music Days Concert: Galeet Dardashti and Divahn - An Evening of Middle Eastern and Sephardic Music; sponsored by the Bennett Center for Judaic Studies at Fairfield University; 7:30 p.m.; at Fairfield University's Regina A. Quick Center for the Arts, (203) 254-4000, bennettcenter@faifield.edu. FREE, but seating is limited, call for reservations.
In November 

Staples High School Presents: Fiddler on the Roof
Performances are on November 13, 14, 20 & 21 (7:30 PM) November 15 & 21 (3:00 PM)
 
 

What Will You Go to Bat for in 5776?

Brought to you by RAC.org 

Last week at a professional development retreat, I asked staff of the  Religious Action Center of Reform Judaism to choose their walk-up song - you know, the music that echoes out into the stadium each time a player takes the plate? The players choose those songs (to learn more about walk up music see this  history in the New York Times - with Chicago White Sox origins - and this fantastic  ESPN commercial ).

At our retreat, we played the songs and guessed who choose which song.  It was a fun bonding activity that had the bonus of leaving us with an  energizing playlist  to get us pumped up during L'Taken season. 

But it's more than this: We are walking up to bat in the real game of life in this new year. We will be heading to Capitol Hill this year to advocate for a more just, compassionate and better America.

What are you going to bat for in 5776?

Simchat Torah Pictures! 
Save the Date for Family Services! 
Friday, November 6
We will start with a kid-friendly pre-neg
Pizza and veggies at 6 p.m.,
 Followed by the service at 6:30 p.m.

At 7:15 pm Birthday Celebration and Oneg!

Spread the word and see you there!   



 
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