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A MESSAGE

 A Message
From The Negev Desert
To The Indian River Lagoon

Presented by Alex Cicelsky
from Kibbutz Lotan, Israel 

Saturday Afternoon November 15, 2014
2pm – 4pm

Temple Beth Shalom
365 43rd Avenue, Vero Beach  

With a Follow-Up Panel Discussion Featuring:
Megan Davis, Ph.D., Interim Executive Director Harbor Branch Oceanographic Institute
David Cox, Ph.D., Environmental Biologist
Christine Kelly-Begazo, Director U of Florida Ag. Ext Indian River County

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Elul Mitzvah Challenge

 Last week, in its weekly web update, The URJ posted this article about the Elul Mitzvah Challenge:

Click Here or URJ Link

This excerpt focuses on the challenge itself:

More recently, we have seen the viral video challenge used in a positive way through the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge. People have been challenged to pour a bucket of ice water over their head or donate $100 to the ALS Association. While there have been many articles written about the positives and negatives of this campaign, one thing is clear: It has led to a significant rise in the amount of money raised for ALS research.

Now it is time for us to bring this into a Jewish context so that one mitzvah can really lead to another. Traditionally, the month of Elul is a time when we prepare ourselves for the impending High Holidays. It is a time for spiritual reflection and an opportunity to get our “accounts” in order before we stand before God in judgment between Rosh HaShanah and Yom Kippur. With this in mind, our community created the Elul Mitzvah Challenge as an opportunity for mitzvot to go viral.

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Sisterhood 2014-2015 Calendar

Vero Beach Art Museum
Wednesday, October 29, 10:45AM

Girls' Morning Out
(Chico's & White House/Black Market)
Sunday, November 2, 9-11:00AM

Qi-Gong Session
Tuesday, November 11, 6:30pm

Hanukkah & Hollywood
Wednesday, December 10, 12:00pm

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Turning the World with a Smile

Turning the world with a smile

It is kind of ironic that my wife said it while I was in a moment of frustration over trying to write this column about Judaism and humor.  She said, “the positive attitude in my classroom is really infectious.”  My wife teaches third graders.  From the beginning of the year she worked really hard at the setting a can do attitude and creating an environment filled with the joy of learning for her class. Now, as the year comes to an end, she has started to hear the students generating the good will.  Individually, students offer enthusiasm and excitement for the lessons and projects. Then, others catch on and amplify the positive.

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Latest Events

Fri Oct 31 @ 6:30PM -
EARLY SHABBAT SERVICE
Sat Nov 01 @ 9:30AM -
Silverman Shabbat Service & Bar Mitzvah Family Ed (purple)
Sun Nov 02 @ 9:00AM - 11:00AM
Sisterhood's "Girls Morning Out"
Sun Nov 02 @ 9:30AM - 12:00PM
Religious School/Mezuzah Paloozah
Wed Nov 05 @ 4:30PM - 06:00PM
Hebrew School
Wed Nov 05 @ 7:00PM -
Sisterhood Board Meeting
Thu Nov 06 @ 4:45PM -
Shalom Singers Rehearse
Fri Nov 07 @ 7:30PM -
Shabbat Service Birthday/Anniversary Blessing
Sat Nov 08 @ 9:30AM -
Elise Mallon becomes Bat Mitzvah
Sun Nov 09
NO RELIGIOUS SCHOOL

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