Congregation Beth Shalom

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November Mitzvah Project
Back Pack Buddies food drive
Join the Religious School and Gan Shalom in the Backpack Buddy Mitzvah Project! 
The next time you grocery shop, please consider buying an extra item from the 
following list: dried fruit,  canned chicken or tuna, peanut butter, pop-top cans of 
fruit or vegetables, small boxes of cereal, granola/fruit/cereal bars, healthy snack 
crackers, easy meals like soup, rice, pasta, canned beans, instant mashed potatoes, small bread mixes, small packets of oatmeal.

The GIft Shop will be open December 6th for all of your Hanukkah needs: candles, gelt, gift wrap, menorahs, and more!


Programming at Beth Shalom

Saturday, December 12, 2015 (Shabbat Hanukkah), 4:00 PM at Beth Shalom
The Revolt of the Maccabees and the Hanukkah Story: What Really Happened and How It Shaped Who We Are -- Professor Noah Kaye 
Please click HERE for all the details on this event 
A puppet show, music, and dinner
RSVP and pay HERE
Sunday, December 13, 5:30 p.m.
Featuring "Potato Latkes From a Crust of Bread,"  a puppet show by The Jewish Theatre of Bloomington. Puppeteers are Audrey Heller, Paula Gordon, and David White, with  Jeff Stone  cast in the role of a blind peddler.  Loosely adapted by Paula Gordon from the story, "Stone Soup." Hanukah songs will also be part of the program, with Susan Anderson. The Inclusion Committee is pleased to host this year’s Hanukah party. Dinner will include salmon, salad and veggies, and of course, lots of latkes and jelly doughnuts. $18/family and $6/individual.

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