First, let’s wish Harriet Hayes and Susan Bialer Sullivan the Happiest of Birthday wishes as they were BOTH born on this day, March 6th! (yesterday – resent today with corrected dates)
More March Birthdays include:
Tracie Bein (25th)
Joanna Sasiene (25th)
Rabbi Deborah Schloss (7th)
Our lovely “Aunt” Rita (7th)
I typically list several months of birthdays at a time and just to be sure, let’s review from the beginning of the new year:
Some parents, who some years ago just might have “celebrated” Passover or Easter in the Spring, and thus had these lovely ladies born to their families in January and February…
Myrna Reingold (3rd)
Dana Johnson Philibert (9th)
Marsha Waxman (10th)
Priya Fink (14th)
Jill McGregor (21st)
Margot Vickers (21st)
Audrey Dunegan (30th) I do remember yall telling me a secret about what a BIG year this was/is for Audrey
Ruth Meirson (14th)
Pica Kahn (21st)
Other Sisterhood/TBT Dates for your calendar:
Friday, March 22nd – Shabbat Services include a Purim Play with some colorful characters – BE THERE!!
Sunday, March 24th – Purim Carnival – Our temple needs all of us to help make sure this is a success, and , its not just for the kids! Big Tickets are still on sale!
Monday, April 22 – Earth Day Be good to the earth and it will be good to you!
Be sure to mark you calendars RIGHT NOW because you will NOT want to miss this annual event of all events…
Thursday, April 18th @ 6:00 pm – Charriet’s Charoset making Chappy Hour
Come anytime 6PM or later and stay until we empty the wine bottles…into the apples, of course! What did you think I meant!! LOLLLLLL
Bring your favorite beverage and nosh to share. Come enjoy a kitchen filled with conversation and much laughter!!! It’s a night NOT to miss! If your children are old enough to use an apple peeler they can help in the kitchen, if not, they can watch TV or bring a game for them to play. More details in April.
The TBT Sedar is the following evening, Friday, April 19th, which also happens to be Good Friday this year!
**If you can help set up the banquet room tables for the sedar starting at 1:30 on Friday afternoon, please contact Harriet or me and let us know! Thanks in advance for your help!
The Temple Beth Tikvah Sisterhood is a vital part of the TBT community, providing for many of the temple’s needs. Each year annual dues are collected prior to the beginning of the Jewish new year at Rosh Hashanah. Annual Sisterhood dues are only $30.00 for members of TBT and $36.00 for non-members. These dues allow the Sisterhood to keep our temple kitchen stocked; provide paper goods, coffee and drinks for our Oneg Shabbats and other Holy Day celebrations, like our Rosh Hashanah Apples & Honey Oneg, Yom Kippur Break Fast and our Hanukkah Menorah Lighting Service. It also goes to purchase all of the ritual foods for our Passover Seder; put on the Annual Chicken Soup Cook-Off; purchase gifts for our B’nai Mitzvah kids; supplement other Sisterhood events and help our temple in so many ways.