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CNS 6th-8th graders: Kadima Havdallah and Ice Skating Event

CNS Kadima's Havdalah and Ice Skating Event for 6th-8th graders
Saturday Night January 16th 6:30-8:30pm

Cost: $11  (Includes Skates) Meet at the Gazebo at Civic Park in Walnut Creekfor Havdalah and Games followed by Ice-Skating!  Remember to bring warm clothing and socks! Gazebo at Civic Park, 1301 Civic Dr, Walnut Creek, CA 94596.

Kadima is the 6th-8th grade Youth Group at Netivot Shalom, part of the Conservative Movement's International Youth Group,
connecting Jewish teens around the world!


RSVP to Rabbi Shalom Bochner (510) 549-9447, Ext 104 education@netivotshalom.org
To arrange for carpools and for those who can parents who can drive please contact Rabbi Bochner.
 

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