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Shorashim Friday Night Family Service and Dinner this week! please RSVP

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You are all cordially invited for Shabbat dinner Friday, October 26th.  These Shabbat dinners are wonderful opportunities to gather together as a community to daven/pray, eat and most importantly, schmooze!  The evening includes a short Kabbalat Shabbat service at 6pm followed by dinner at 6:30pm.  After our meal Rabbi Shalom will lead an interactive text dialogue and exploration about food based on Hazon's Home For Dinner curriculum.  

Speaking of food, Serena and Lara will do the shopping and much of the cooking but we still need your help!  It would be amazing if we could have 3-4 parents to help cook from 4-6 that Friday afternoon, October 26.  If you can't make it until 5:30-6, great, you can help set up!  Our hope is that everyone, kids too, will pitch in to help clean up but if you can commit to leading the clean up effort that would be a big help.

If you plan to attend or help with any aspect of our meal, please RSVP to Serena Heaslip at serenaheaslip@yahoo.com .  We are asking for a donation of $10 per adult and $5 dollar per child to help cover our food costs. 

We hope you can join us!

Kol Tuv/ Best Wishes,
Lara, Serena and Rabbi Shalom


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Rabbi Shalom Bochner
Director of Life Long Learning Congregation Netivot Shalom
education@netivotshalom.org
510-549-9447 ext. 104
check out our hebrew school blog! http://cnsshorashim.blogspot.com/


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