July 8, 3pm – ???
Sisterhood is closing the year with a Red-Hot event.
It’s a Bar-B-Q
Festivities begin at 3:00 pm until ???? Join us rain or shine for
Fun and Food
The menu includes hotdogs and hamburgers from Romanian Kosher Sausage Co., as well as side dishes of corn on the cob, potato salad, and coleslaw, just to name a few. We are asking everyone to bring a dessert to share.
Click here for the registration form.
As many of you know, the house that Alan Shnay and Elizabeth Brecher were living in and which is owned by Alan’s parents, Penny and Jerry Shnay, recently experienced a major fire. The cause seems to have been electrical. Alan, Elizabeth and a young man living with them, and two of their three dogs made it to safety with minimal physical effects. One dog and possibly two cats did not survive.
It appears that they do not have renters’ insurance. A Go Fund Me page has been started for Alan and Elizabeth, who lost all the contents of the house, including all clothing and personal belongings. Here is the link: https://www.gofundme.com/help-beth-amp-alan-recover-from-fire More
Sunday, June 3
Both CAE and BYBS Boards have voted to move forward with the proposed consolidation of our congregations. There will be a vote on June 3, when the congregations hold their Annual Meetings.
We will begin with a joint breakfast at 9:30 am. At 10:00 am each congregation will hold their own Annual Meeting. We hope you will be able to attend this important meeting.
Join us at BYBS, 7:00 pm, for 5 weeks of Jewish films and facilitated discussions.
May 24 The Testament – A committed historian leading a significant debate against Holocaust deniers discovers surprising information with regards to the identity of his own mother. A mystery about a man willing to risk all to discover the truth. 2018, 96 min., Eng., Ger., Heb., Yid., with subtitles (Followed by facilitated discussion)
May 31 Shelter – Two women, trapped in a safe house where nothing is safe and no one can be trusted are at the core of SHELTER, a modern day take on a John LeCarre spy thriller. Shelter is based on “The Link”, a short story by the late Shulamit Hareven, and is masterfully directed by Eran Riklis, one of Israel’s most acclaimed filmmakers. In this cinematic game of deception, beliefs are questioned and interesting choices must be made. Fate turns in surprising ways in this suspense – laden, elegant neo-noir experience. 2017, 93 min., Heb. & Arabic with English subtitles (Followed by facilitated discussion with Suzanne Patterson, film critic) More