2nd Shabbos returns Friday evening, February 11 at 6:30 pm. Our special guest speaker will be Dr. Chris Leighton, former executive director of the Institute for Islamic, Christian and Jewish Studies. Dr. Leighton is a longtime friend of Rabbi Cohen’s and participated in Zoom panel discussions last year.
Our extra-special goody bag this month will feature challah from Goldie’s and homemade vegetable soup. Don’t miss these special treats! Reserve yours by Wednesday, February 9 by emailing Mary at firstname.lastname@example.org
Camp Ben Frankel is launching a series of online info sessions through late March. Meet our directors, see photos and videos, and get your questions answered.
All sessions hosted via Zoom and sessions last about 45 minutes. Parents/guardians and potential campers are all welcome.
Goldman Union Camp Institute (GUCI) is a Reform Jewish camp located near Indianapolis IN. GUCI serves kids from age 4 through high school seniors with a variety of camp experiences. . Registration for Summer 2022 is open now at https://guci.org
Virtually explore Jewish sites in six cities in Central Europe with guide Gadi Ben-Dov. From the rich history of Krakow to the awe-inspiring architecture of Budapest, you’ll be immersed in the cultural legacies and history of Jewish communities in this iconic region.
In memory of Rabbi Cohen’s dog, Maggy
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Send a check to CBS, 500 W Green Meadows Rd, Columbia 65203, with a note with details about honorees and where you’d like the notification sent. We’ll send a handwritten card as you direct.
Tell & Kvell!
Have you received an award or a promotion, welcomed a new child to your family, or otherwise have reason to kvell? Share your good news with your CBS friends. Send an email to Mary at email@example.com to include in eShalom.