Dalia Rosenfeld will read from her book of short stories "The Worlds We Think We Know" followed by Marija Krupoves who will sing Yiddish songs. Dessert reception included. Free admission and open to the public.
The annual meeting of Beth Shalom will be held on Tuesday, May 16, at 7:30 p.m.
Our agenda will include election of the 2017-18 Board of Directors and approval of the budget.
The slate recommended by the Nominating Committee & approved by the Board follows.
President: Carolyn Geduld; Vice President: Lesley Levin; Secretary: Doug Goldstein
Treasurer: Michael Block; Past President: Sue Swartz
Religious School Liaison: Catherine Brennan
Members at Large: Gabe Colman, Amanda Field, Tom Kramer, Jen Richler, Gary Silver, Sharon Wainshilbaum,
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A table in the social hall will be set up with a tablecloth, silverware, little plates, napkins and cups. Extras can be found in the pantry. Thank you for performing this mitzvah.
To sign up please e-mail Maryann Kopelov, Oneg coordinator.
Congregation Beth Shalom (“House of Peace”) is a diverse and engaged community dedicated to learning, prayer, friendship, and Jewish living in south-central Indiana. We strive to be a “big-tent” Jewish home where everyone is welcome.
Beth Shalom is sustained through your generous gifts. No matter the size of donation, it is appreciated and used carefully to grow and nurture our “big tent” and all those who are part of our community
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Religious School students read Itamar Pogesh Arnav (Itamar meets Arnav) to its author, Israeli author David Grossman.