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december2014

Susan Parkoff Canning


Published on December 2, 2014

The editors of Chayenu request that all submissions for the Bulletin be in the form of a Word document(which can be edited) and not in the form of a PDF(which cannot be edited). The font of choice is Times New Roman WEEKDAY MINYAN Morning: Monday -Friday mornings, 7:30am Evening: Monday only. Minyan will begin at 7:15 PM Sunday Mornings By Request Only at 8:30 AM. EXCEPTIONS On the following days morning minyans will be at 8:30 AM: LABOR DAY COLUMBUS DAY THANKSGIVING DAY CHRISTMAS DAY NEW YEAR’S DAY MARTIN LUTHER KING DAY PRESIDENTS’ DAY TIMES OF SHABBAT SERVICES Friday Evenings 6:30 PM Third Friday of Month 8:00 PM Saturday Mornings 10:00 AM PAGE 2 UNCLE SHMUEL NEEDS to attend daily services when you receive your notice form from the synagogue. Remember: We need YOU!!! YOU TEMPLE BETH-EL 118 South Grand Avenue Poughkeepsie NY 12603 845-454-0570 845-454-7257 Visit our web site at http://www .tbeny.org Rabbi————————————---David Barnett Rosh Telah &Education Director ———---———-. Rabbi Miriam Hyman Education Assistant-----------------------Rachel Etkin Director, Operations & Programs—— Susan Canning Youth Advisor/Kadima————— -Molly Gavens Admin. Assistant_______________ Ainsley Davidson President———————--——-- Linda Perfecto Vice President—————-——-— Ellen Pollack Sackstein Vice President——————-----— Alan Zucker Vice President-------------------------- Andrea Hagan Treasurer------------------------------ -- Roger Lewin Secretary————-—————---- Janine DeFranco Bulletin Editors———————-— Ellen Danziger NO FRIDAY, SATURDAY OR SUNDAY NIGHT MINYAN WE APOLOGIZE FOR ANY INADVERTENT ERRORS IN THE BULLETIN A great deal of time and effort goes into the publication of the Temple Beth-El Bulletin. From time to time, errors do occur. We apolo- gize in advance if this happens. Please notify the Temple ofce so that a correction can be published in the next month’s issue. continued from page 1 Somewhat parallel to some of the more formalized committee and institutional formats that have been created here at Temple Beth-El, and cer- tainly not to supplant nor nullify any of those past and present ongoing efforts, I can envision an informal set of meetings. Here, where interested people will come and “brainstorm” on many of the critical continuity and transmission challenges we face, as well as contemplating some of the institutional transformations and changes envisioned on the horizon. When we may announce some of those programs and events, I hope that as many of you as possible will attempt to carve out some time to participate in such conversations so as to feel that at this most important of historical and developmental junctures that you, yourselves, will have participated in a manner which will remain memorable and signicant to you. This will be help - ful in the largest sense to advancing in our overall mission as Jews, collectively engaged in the task of elevating life to higher spiritual dimension in our re- sponse to both God and the rich heritage bestowed upon us. B’Shalom, Rabbi David Barnett DECEMBER CANDLE LIGHTING TIMES December 5 4:11 December 12 4:11 December 19 4:13 December 26 4:16