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Purim Mishloach Manot gifts were delivered to all congregation members on Sunday. We donated $9,050 to TBT with 69 participants! Together, we can celebrate our generosity, enthusiasm and love for our TBT community. Thank you to all who participated in making this a success for so many in so many ways!  
 
See you on Thursday for our TBT Purim celebration starting at 6:15pm.
 
The Mishloach Manot Committee – a collaboration between Fundraising, Tikkun Olam, Membership, Sisterhood and Brotherhood
You're Invited!

Temple Beth Torah and the event host, Rabbi Mimi Micner, are thrilled to present:
RIDE - Resiliency, Inclusion, Diversity, Entrepreneurship

Sunday, February 28 at 4pm EST.

New England Singer/Songwriters, Senie Hunt and Kimayo, will perform and share how they use music and songwriting to overcome adversity. As they perform, the artists will explore issues relevant to youths and adults such as racial discrimination, mental health, grief and loss.

This livestream event is free and open to everyone.


This event will be available to watch online through Facebook and YouTube. Holliston residents can also watch live on the Holliston Cable Access Channel.
Special thanks to Temple Beth Torah and Rabbi Mimi Micner for hosting this event.

This program is made possible by a grant from the Holliston Cultural Council, which is supported by the Mass Cultural Council, a state agency.
Did you know that if you’re seated at a table with 10 other Ashkenazi Jews, 4 of you are related and you don’t even know it! Ashkenazim didn’t even have last names until the 1860’s.
Did you know that 1 in 4 Ashkenazi Jews is a carrier of a genetic disorder? 
 
We did a great job in the 1970’s educating ourselves about Tay-Sachs, but we dropped the ball and haven’t kept current.  This is your chance to upgrade your knowledge and share the information you learn. Join us on Tuesday, March 16 at 7pm for this virtual presentation by Gary S. Frohlich, MS, CGS, Executive Patient Education Liaison from Sanofi Genzyme. Open to the community, friends, family and your adult children. 
A number of congregants have approached Rabbi Mimi to support them in end of life decision-making. If you are interested in being part of a group receiving such support, or would like to have an individual conversation about this with Rabbi Mimi, please reach out to her at rabbi@bethtorah.org
TBT walkers will be meeting regularly at the gazebo on Central Street in Holliston on Thursdays at 1 pm. All are welcome to join in...masks will be worn. Great connecting and kibitzing!

Call Beth Ecker with questions 508-376-2265.
Friday zoom LINK
Meeting ID: 842 5433 3791
Passcode: 128963 

Saturday zoom LINK
Meeting ID:  815 4945 7558
Passcode: 187033  

Siddur available on line HERE

Zoom Kaddish HERE
If you'd like to make a donation in memory of a loved one please click HERE
Donations

Thank you to the following congregants for their donation in memory of Harvey Cole, Father of Eric Cole.
Liora Stone
Ellyn & Lee Cohen 
Chris Brumbach
Madeline & Herb Knapp

Thank you to Laura Matz & Stephen Hill for their donation in memory of Ron Hill, Father of Stephen Hill.

Thank you to Leenie Glickman for her donation in honor of the engagement of Wendy & Craig Davis' daughter.

Thank you to Chris Brumbach for her donation to the outdoor beautification fund in memory of her mother in law, Josephine Wechsler. 
COMMUNITY NEWS & EVENTS

Purim donations for Yad Chessed - Click HERE

Metrowest Interfaith Dialogue Project - Click HERE for the newsletter.

Purposeful Living Program for Baby Boomers w/ USCJ - Click HERE

Keshet LGBQ Families w/small children online programming - HERE
Tuesday, February 23, 12-5
Wednesday, February 24, 10-3
Thursday, February 25, 10-4
Staff Contact Info
Main Office - 508-429-6268
Rabbi Mimi Micner - 203-980-7956
School Coordinator, Chris Brumbach - 774-217-3478
Temple Administrator, Michael Fishbein - 937-901-3526