Dinner Dance honoring
Past President Joe Fox. Saturday evening, March 7, 2015. Please plan to join us for this well deserved tribute and a fun evening. Contact the Center office to make your reservation before Monday, March 2.
Purim is coming soon! Megillah Reading is Wednesday evening March 4th! Drown out Haman's name with a box of kosher pasta, then leave it in our collection boxes for distribution by City Harvest to the hungry in our community.younger children (under 7 years old) will meet at 6:15pm in the Crystal Room for crafts, snacks and a Purim story, then parade in their costume in the Main Sanctuary at 7pm and sing Purim songs. Our Mishloach Manot fundraiser is underway. Check your mailboxes for your Mishloach Manot postcard.
Volunteers needed - please email firstname.lastname@example.org
The Nursery School Purim Masquerade Breakfast on March 1 at 10 am in the FHJC Ballroom Join us for fun entertainment, a silent auction, kids' costume parade and a delicious hot breakfast. $15/adult; $10/child.
with guest speaker Jay Luger. Deli lunch with beer will be served.Adults $18, Children 3-12 $12, under 3 - free.
program is made possible with funding from UJA Federation of NY
If you love to sing... Then we'd love to hear from you!
NAGILAHNagilah, the FHJC Choral group, is now in its TENTH year!
We sing a variety of Hebrew, Israeli and Jewish music. We meet on Sunday mornings after minyan and perform at a number of events during the year.
For more information, contact: Heidi Nelson Rolnick at email@example.com
Jay Luger and Joshua Altman
are the Federation Of Jewish Men's Club
Man Of The Year and Youth Of The Year.
Federation of Jewish Men's Club Regional Dinner will take place on March 29th at the Crest Hollow Country Club at 4:00 PM Dinner cost is $95 per person. Fliers will be available shortly. Contact Hal Berkowitz
Hazzan Rosenblum class on The Less‐Well‐Known Trop:
Cantillation for the High Holidays and the Megillot- The chanting of the Haftarah & Torah sound familiar, but this class will focus on the special trops for High Holidays and the five megillot.
Please join whether you want to become skilled at chanting these trops or you just want to learn more about the musical sounds of our tradition. This class meets on Wednesdays after evening minyan.
Rabbi Skolnik's Thursday Morning Talmud Class
will meet again on Thursday, March 12, immediately following morning minyan. We look forward to seeing familiar faces return and new faces join the class.Adult Ed Committee Co-Chairs:Judy Gostl, Al Krieger and Pearl Buitron
Rabbi Salzberg class is on hiatus until February 24th. His weekly Torah classes look at the Torah portion with the help of a different commentator. No prior knowledge or attendance is required. We will meet Tuesdays at 2:30PM. Please join us.
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