Touched By Torah 613
Don't miss this amazing, once in a lifetime opportunity.
This is your families
last chance
to write in our Torah!
Sunday, Feb 11 &
Monday, Feb 12
Shabbat Services
Friday, February 9
Shabbat Service w/ The Adult Band 6:30 pm followed by Friday Night Speaker and Dinner
Debbie Wells: Marc Chagall and his Loves
must RSVP
Saturday, February 10
Shabbat Torah Study 9:00 am
Mitzvah Fair 10:00 am

Friday, February 16
Shabbat Service 6:30 pm
Friday, February 9th- ADEPT Speaker & Dinner following 6:30 pm Services with Adult Band Debbie Wells - Marc Chagall & His Loves  
Join us as we explore Marc Chagall’s life in Russia, Israel, France and the US and how history and love for his art and his family all played an important role in his legacy.
Dinner $18 Non Members $25 -
RSVP by Feb 7th  Please call main office 643 -1200
Sunday, February 11th @10:00 am
Bagel Brunch w/Speaker Amit Grinfeld
"The Six Day War - 50 Years Later" Amit Grinfeld is a licensed tour guide in Israel, with 10 years of experience. He has a BA degree in history and International relations from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and an MA degree in Public Policy from Tel Aviv University. He serves in the IDF as a Staff Major in the home front command.

Sponsored by congregants, Stacey & Stuart and Udell.
Thursday, Feb 8 @ 7:00 pm Planning Meeting with Ella Drory of LATET
If Interested contact
Steve Kowarsky-
Brotherhood Meeting
Thursday, February 8
7:00 pm
Location offsite
call Alan Kreit 516 721-1911
or email for location
B'nei Mitzvah/Chavurah Projects
at United Skates
Shawn Keslonsky, Jack Moss, Ethan Steinwolf, Jack Dubinsky, Ethan Weinkranz, Ethan Blansky,
Phybe Nadboy, Mia Bordwin, Bella Lipman and
Brooke Muscolino.
All funds raised will go The Little Shelter Animal Rescue and
 Adoption Center and The Ronald McDonald House
CLICK HERE to learn more

for the Anderson Center for Autism
CLICK HERE to learn more

If you would like to post your child's Mitzvah Project
or Chavurah Group Project please
contact Robin in the office

What will your Purim Booth Be?
If you build it, they will come !
Next Youth Group Event:
Tuesday, February 13 &
Wednesday, February 7
6:30 pm - 8:00 pm

Purim Booth Making 1

Already have an idea for a carnival booth?
Download the Booth Signup
fill it out and bring it with you!

Sunday, March 4, 2018

9:00am Youth Group Booth Setup

10:00am Megillah Reading

11:00am -1:00pm Purim Carnival
Purim Opportunities

(Week & Day of Carnival)

Donations Need: Gift baskets, New Items, Gift Cards, interested in requesting donations ... contact Dr. M&M at
Saturday, February 10, 2018
Meet at TBT: 6:30 pm
(we should finish in the city between 12:30 and 1:00 am)

Midnight Run is a volunteer organization based in New York City that is dedicated to finding common ground between the housed and the homeless. 
This wonderful event is being brought to you by Temple Beth Torah's Social Action Committee and Temple Beth Torah's High School Teen Leadership and Community Service Program (JTV).
Participate in this amazing Mitzvah by helping to distributing food, clothing, blankets, and personal care items to the homeless poor pm 2/10
Looking for Donations of:
Toiletries & Food, etc
(click above for full donation list)

Senior Schmooze

Join us the 3rd Monday of each month
12:00 - 1:30 pm a light lunch will be provided. 
RSVP David & Ronnie Pinkowitz 631-491-5343
Business Networking Group
Join us the 1st Wednesday of the month at 7:30 pm to see what the Networking Group can do for you!

Contact Henry Montag
Eco-Friendly/Greening Committee
Come join the newly forming Eco- Friendly/Greening committee
Help us to create an environment at TBT that saves the environment. We will be exploring recycling, composting, creating less waste,
Eco- friendly paper goods, solar energy, CFL lighting and more.
 “Then the Adonai, took Adam and put him in the garden of Eden to tend and keep it” (Genesis 2:15). 
Next Meeting: Friday February 16 @ 9:15 am