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Get Involved! 
April 6th 7:00 pm
Touched By Torah 613 Fundraising Meeting
all TBT Members are welcome to join and be involved.  
Shabbat Services
Friday April 7
Shabbat Service 6:30 pm

Saturday April 8
Shabbat Torah Study 9:00 am
Max Silverstein Bar Mitzvah

Friday April 14
Shabbat Service 6:30 pm

Business Networking Group
Wednesday, April 5th 7:00 pm

Group meets the first Wednesday of each month.

Sip & Shop
All are welcome,
bring your friends and family
TBT Sisterhood and The
David Joshua Berg Nursery School present an evening of fun at TBT

Pay at the door

Please RSVP to Nursery School Office or drop tear off  in main office 631 643 1200 X4
2nd Night Seder 
April 11 @ 5:30 pm
Touched by Torah 613                                       
Family sign up times are now available online for:
Sunday, April 23rd & Monday, April 24
Sunday, May 21 & Monday, May 22
Dates available in the future
Sunday, June 11(Great for families with college kids) & Monday, June 12

We are looking for volunteers to help at stations as well as photographers at our Touched By Torah613 events. Please contact Debra Brooks
Friday, April 21 - Shabbat Service 6:30 pm

ADEPT Program and Dinner- John Carpenter  RSVP $15 TBT Member - $20 non member

Yom HaShoah Vigil
8:00pm-1:00am Click here to sign up

The Yom Hashoah Vigil has been a tradition at TBT for years. In an effort to honor those who have lost their lives during the Holocaust, names of the children whose lives were taken during this horrific era will be read continuously from the conclusion of services Friday night 4/21/17 until 1 am on 4/22/17. Please join us and sign up for a time to read and to pay respects.
TBT's Got Talent 
 Friday, April 28, 2017
following Shabbat Services

$18.00  Please RSVP to the main office before 4/25
Yiddish Club - New day "Montik - Mondays"
Experience Yiddish culture and expressions
during our next 4 sessions of Yiddish Club.
Mondays 7:30 pm (New Day)
Dates: April 24th, May 1st, May 8th,and May 15th

RSVP Rhoda 631 694-4760
Please bring some Jewish desserts so we can share a NOSH
$10 per session/per family
B'nei MItzvah Projects

Jamie Klinkowize Bat Mitzvah Project - North Shore Animal League

Jake Swersky Bar Mitzvah Project-  Wyandanch Summer Camp Collection

Please click on the link for full flyer
If you would like to post your child's Mitzvah Project or Chavurah Group Project please contact Robin in the office


April 25- Tie Dye & T-shirt design

April 5 - Candy Charoset
April 26- Tie Dye & T-Shirt Design

2017 Backpack Drive
It may be early to start thinking about back to school, but we are planning for a successful year ! Please help out! Collections are underway!

Israelfest -  May 7
  Long Island community coming together to celebrate Israel” with live music, food, Israeli vendors, beach games, rides and inflatables, kites making (with the Israeli flag on them), pita making, henna tattoos, Krav Maga lessons, medley performed by cantors from 10 different synagogues, Dani Dayan (Consul General of Israel in NY), and lots more surprises…
Senior Schmooze
Join us the 3rd Monday of each month
12:00 - 1:30 pm a light lunch will be provided. 
May 15: See website for more info
RSVP David & Ronnie Pinkowitz  631-491-5343  


Ron Carner - President of Maccabi USA
Chai Club Dinner
Friday May 19th @ 5:30 pm  

You are cordially invited to join
TBT, Rabbi Gellman and the Chai Club
for a fabulous dinner. Schmooze and dine while we honor all of our members who have surpassed the membership milestone of 18 years at

Temple Beth
Bring your favorite wines and Shabbat candle sticks/candles.
$22.pp RSVP Required

ART SHOW @ TBT- May 21st & 22nd
Looking for artists in our talented TBT congregation
to exhibit their sculpture, paintings, drawings, photography, jewelry making, ect.
Please contact Hal Kopman or
Paul Lieberman

Spend a Day at Camp!
For Women Only

TBT- SHJC Annual Golf Outing - July 24th
Hot / Cold Travel Mug
  $ 18 -
Purchase in main office
Ambucycle Update
  Eli continues to respond to people in need on your ambucycle, #537.

A few days ago, Eli was winding down at home after a long day when his United Hatzalah radio alerted him to an unresponsive man in town. Eli swiftly ran outside, mounted your ambucycle and sped to the scene, arriving in under 3 minutes!

As Eli entered the home, he found the 70 year-old sitting in his wheelchair, looking pale, sweating profusely and wheezing heavily as he labored to breathe. The seasoned medic got right to work, took a complete set a vitals and quickly discovered that the man's blood pressure was dangerously low. Along with another United Hatzalah volunteer on scene, Eli helped the man into a supine position and began an IV line for fluid replacement therapy.

When the intensive care unit arrived 10 minutes later, the two volunteers continued to assist the paramedics in the treatment, providing medications and evacuating the patient to the ambulance. The paramedics thanked the volunteers for their rapid, lifesaving intervention that helped stabilize the patient before the ambulance could arrive on scene.

Your ambucycle enables Eli to rapidly respond and provide critical professional care in the minutes that matter most. Thank you for partnering with United Hatzalah in lifesaving.

With gratitude,
Noam Tokayer