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Weekly News For Families


There will be all Youth Services this Shabbat starting at 11:00 am.


If you are joining us for the Hanukkah Party this Sunday from 4:30 to 6:30, (please note that dinner reservations are closed). Bring your Hanukkiah and candles to light.


Please help us make our Day of Service a success by donating elementary age books, small toiletries, non perishable food, peanut butter & jelly for sandwiches, dental supplies. There are boxes in the library for the items.


Gilner Religious New

  • here IS school this Sunday, December 5th.
  • The next Teen Scene class will be on Sunday, December 12th from 12:15 to 1:15.


For All Families                                                                 

  • We hope to see everyone this Sunday at our Annual Hanukkah Party. See flyer below. Dinner reservations are CLOSED, but all are welcome for the party and to light our Hanukkiahs together (around 5:30) and sing Hanukkah songs.
  • This month Sisterhood is collecting Soup & Crackers for the JF&CS Food Pantry. Items need to be brought in by December 19th and placed in barrels in upstairs hallway.


KUSY - Youth Department News


  • All of KUSY (3rd-12th) are invited to join us on December 12th from 12:15 to 3:00 for an afternoon of fun on a Video Game Truck. COST: $15, includes pasta lunch. Click HERE to RSVP and pay.
  • Youth Programs are open to any Jewish students in 3rd - 12th grades. To join any of the Beth Shalom Youth Groups or for more information, please contact the Youth Director at



Alefbet Preschool

  • Alefbet Preschool still has a few spaces available for this year. A year focused on building cognitive skills, social-emotional skill, friendships, fine/gross motor skills and language skills. Contact Risa Walter, Director, at for a virtual tour!


The Small Print:

  • The Reopening Task Force meets regularly to reassess the current COVID 19 trends in our community. All programming in our school and in the synagogue is guided by the recommendations of the doctors, lawyers and lay people on this committee. If at any time we feel it is necessary to alter our methods of instruction we will let you know. In the meantime, we continue to wear masks at all times, socially distance in the classrooms, use outdoor spaces as much as possible, and use sanitizer frequently. We are enjoying seeing the smiling faces of the children that are joining us on Sunday morning both in person and virtually.



Chanukah Sameach & Shabbat Shalom,


Linda Zimmerman

Director of Lifelong Learning















Mon, December 6 2021 2 Tevet 5782