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Monday, September 27, 2010

Temple Sholom E-Bulletin

For up-to-date information on Temple events and activities please visit our website at www.templesholom.com
Weekly News from Temple Sholom
Special Sukkot Edition
September 27, 2010
Candle Lighting Times
Wed., Sept 29
6:23 pm

Fri., Oct 1
6:20 pm

Temple Sholom's Worship Schedule

Thursday, Sept. 30
9:30 - 11:30 am
*Yizkor at approx. 10:30 Evening: 6:30 pm

Friday, Oct 1
9:30 - 11:30 am &
6:30 pm

Saturday, Oct. 2
9:30 am

Sunday, Oct 3
8:30 am

Temple Sholom Gift Shop
September Special

Everything in the
Sisterhood Gift Shop is on sale for the month of September. 20% to 50% OFF! *Exceptions: Tefillin & Mezuzah are at cost.

Temple Sholom Simcha Corner

Mazel Tov to:
Robin & Michael Maizes on the Bat Mitzvah of their daughter, Jordan.

Nancy Raider on the Bat Mitzvah of her daughter, Danielle Schwartz.

Sheryl & David Sorbaro on the Bat Mitzvah of their daughter, Morgan.

Amy & Michael Polan on the B'nai Mitzvah of Katie & Ethan.

Selma Maisel on her 86th birthday.

Roberta Tunick on the engagement of her daughter, Stephanie Joy Benedetto to Joshua Apfelroth. Also to grandmother, Sylvia Tunick.

Mugs Zales on her 75th birthday.

This Week at Temple Sholom

  • Monday, 9/27 - Mah Jongg for the Masses
  • Thursday, 9/30 - Erev Simchat Torah / YCFS
    & Teen/Adult Delegation to Carlebach Shul in NYC
  • Sunday, 10/3 - Jewish Baseball Fest
This week

Mahjongg for the Masses
Monday, September 27th, 7:00 pm

Join Sisterhood as they kick off a new year. All level players (including) brand new beginners are welcome. Mah Jongg board needed! Please bring if you have a set Sisterhood can borrow for the evening. Call Phyllis Shapiro (203) 637-7809 for more information.

Erev Simchat Torah
Thursday, Sept. 30th, 6:30pm

Young Children's Family Service
with Reb Allison & Sheldon Low
Come parade with the torah!

Delegation to Carlebach Shul in New York City
Led by Cantor Asa & Ezra Konigsberg
If you are interested in going, contact: cantorasa@templesholom.com.

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Jewish Baseball Fest - is almost here!!!
Sunday, Oct 3rd, 4:30 - 7:30 pm
Adults $18, Children $10/under 12

Don't miss this - parents, children, grandparents - this is an event that will appeal to the different generations! Come hear Ron Blomberg, Elliott Maddox and Art Shamsky talk about their experiences as Jews playing in the Major Leagues.

ALSO - Autographs, Fan Fest games like speed pitch and virtual baseball, photo magazine covers and a bounce house. AND, a ballpark style dinner. Also - a special collection of Sandy Koufax memorabilia for viewing. Bring your friends! Co-sponsored with Bi-Cultural Day School, FCCJBL, Solomon Schechter of Westchester and WFHA.

Questions?? Call Lori Baden, 203-542-7172 or email
Upcoming Programs & Events

Adult Hebrew Classes
October 6th - November 4th
Learn to Read Hebrew in 5 Weeks!

This program is part of the, "Read Hebrew America" initiative by the National Jewish Outreach". No fee.

October 6th - November 3rd
7:00-8:30 pm
with Cantor Asa

October 7th - November 4th

9:30-11:00 am
with Reb Allison

To register or for more information, please contact
Reb Allison at (203) 542-7157 or

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ConText Program
Thursday, October 14th, 7:00pm
Informational Session
A 2-year program brought to Temple Sholom through the Jewish Theological Seminary
. This program, designed to reach Jews interested in high-level, engaging Jewish learning, offers a framework within which to understand the Jewish past, refine your personal approach to the challenges of contemporary Jewish life and develop a unique and informed outlook toward the Jewish future. Curriculum includes: Jewish Texts & Interpretations (Year one) and Jewish Cultures & Communities (Year two).

Course will take place on Thursday evenings from 7-9:45 pm. There is a fee of $695/year. Some scholarships may be available.

For more information, contact Alice Schoen at

Contact Information
Lori Baden,
Director of Marketing and Communications
Temple Sholom
300 E. Putnam Avenue, Greenwich, CT 06830

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