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  Weekly News May 14- May 21

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Office hours: Mon. thru Fri.  9am - 1pm- also  Wed.  3:30-8pm, Thurs. 5-8pm,  Sun. 8:30am-12:30pm 
(914)  962-7500 - The office may be closed Monday, June 20 - please call before coming!
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Join us Tonight!
Shavuot Celebration - Tuesday, May 14 at 7:30PM   
as the whole congregation celebrates the giving of Torah and the Confirmation of
our most dedicated students who have chosen to take a further step into Jewish adulthood.


Celebrate Israel Parade - Sunday, June 2 - RSVP by May 18 

Join the Temple Beth Am group.  Our parade march time is 10:50am.
We will leave the temple at 9am. Please contact Dawn Goldberg
by May 18th if you are interested.


Congregational Meeting - Monday,  May 20 at 7:00PM
all members should have received a notice about this meeting;
during which we will elect trustees, adopt next year's budget ,
and vote on two building expenditure proposals.



Mitzvah Project Fundraising Event -May  18th - Perform!                                
Hike at Teatown - sponsored by Sisterhood - Sunday, May 19th at 9:00AM

Book Club: Wednesday, May 22 at 7:30 pm at  the Ellison home                      
Memorial Day Parade - join Rabbi Weiner - Monday, May 27 at 11:00am      
Adult Coffee House Night - June 1st - RSVP!                                                       
Fishing Trip -July 28th  reserve your spot now!                
Journal Dinner Dance - September 28th  - Save the Date                               

Other Announcements:

Oneg Hosts needed for  June 21:  please contact Joan Poulin or Sarah Kaplan if you can help!
URJ Eisner and Crane Lake Camps  
Westchester Jewish Council Events


Schedule this Week                                             

Tuesday, May 14: Erev Shavuot
6:15p Confirmation Class Dinner
7:30p Shavuout Celebration
Wednesday, May 15: Shavuot
4:15p Gr. 2-4(Shavout)
6:30p BM Class

Thursday, May 16:
5:30p 7th Grade

Erev Shabbat, May 17
8:00p Shabbat Service

Shabbat, May 18: Nasso
9:00a Torah Study
10:30a Bat Mitzvah of Julia Wurzel
5:30p Fundraising Event

Sunday, May 19
9:00a Grades 5-6
9:00a Hike at Teatown
12:00p Rosh Hodesh 6th Grade Group

Monday, May 20
7:00p Congregational Meeting

Tuesday, May 21

Yahrzeits - Names to be read at services on May 17

Molly Forbes, mother of Howard Forbes
Helen Mittleman, grandmother of Jennifer Spitz
Isidore Feitelson, father of Jane Qualia
Alvin Kaminsky, father of Helene Mantell
Etta Kaufman, mother of Bert Kaufman
Lazarus Radlow, father of Ellin Link
Bernice Hochenberg, mother of Paul Hochenberg
Bronia Handszer Mandelbaum, grandmother of Jacob Handszer
Syd Spitz, grandmother of Eric Spitz
Sarah Stein, mother of Sylvia Epstein
Robert Davidson, father of Adam Davidson
Sam Margolin, father of Harvey Margolin
Linda Angstreich, aunt of Leslie Seibel
Adele Braunstein, grandmother of Jaclyn Faust

Donation Correction Note  - we apologize for the error in the listing last week.  The correct listing is below.


Sylvia Epstein, in loving memory of Julia Stachowicz, daughter of Karen and Mitchell, on her yahrzeit.

Connect to Care at Westchester Jewish Community Services Open Monday-Friday 9am-5pm 10 New King Street (next to the Westchester Airport) in White Plains

914-470-5721  is available to help those in the Westchester Jewish community that are affected by the economic crisis.For the weekly schedule of workshops - please check the WJCS Website.

Information about Events of interest to the Jewish Community.  Temple Beth Am neither sponsors nor endorses these events.


We are excited to announce that the URJ Kesher will be offering 25 trips departing throughout May, June, July, August and November...and registration has been extended for anyone who still wants to join a trip this summer!

If someone you know is eligible and not yet registered, please encourage them to apply now for Taglit-Birthright Israel with URJ Kesher at

The program is open to Jewish young adults, ages 18-26 and who have never been to Israel on a peer program. The URJ Kesher experience embraces the values of Reform Judaism.


Spiritual Support Groups, Spiritual Journeying Programs, and Kumi Ori Contemplative Sundays.


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