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Thank you: to Andrew and Jan Wiener for sponsoring seudah shlishiet this week in memory memory of Andrew’s gradfathers’ yahrtzeits: Zaidy Louie, Leib Meir ben Zev, z’l and Zaidy Henry, Yitzchak ben Avraham, z’l. May their neshamas should have an Aliyah.

Thank you: To all CSS members who are volunteering their time to protect our Shul this Shabbat.

Bnei Akiva Snif: this Shabbat, February 16th Snif will be held from 5:10pm-5:50pm at Shaarei Tefillah. Snif is open to all 3rd-8th graders.

Schedule change: Please note that there will only be one minyan on Sunday morning at 8am. There will be NO 7am minyan.

Bat Mitzvah Program: Congregation Beth El-Atereth Israel and Ma’ayan will once again be co-sponsoring a bat mitzvah program which will be led by our own Ellie Riesel. The program will not be meeting this week or next week but will continue on Sunday, March 1st at 10am and will continue on Sundays through April 7th. For more information go to

Beit Midrash and Rabbi Segal’s Shiur: The Beit Midrash program and Rabbi Segal’s weekly Talmud shiur will take place this Tuesday at 8:00pm & 8:30pm respectively.

Father Son Grand Finale Recap: This past Sunday we concluded this season’s Father Son Learning with a Grand Finale Event. There was a robust attendance and a lot of energy. Mazel Tov to Abie Banks on winning the Middle School Grand Raffle of two Celtic Tickets. Thank you to Arnold and Barbara Andler for sponsoring the Middle School Grand Raffle Prize. Mazel tov to Levi Weinograd for winning the Razor E100 electric scooter. Please see back for pictures.

Zumba for Women: Join Donna Stanger, certified Zumba instructor, on Wednesday Evenings at 7pm in the Beth El Youth Room for Zumba class. $18/session, multiple class discounts may be available. Registration required. For more information or to sign up call Donna at 617.304.1819.

Mishloach Manot Project: Send good wishes to fellow Congregation Beth El members this Purim by adding your name to a festive Mishloach Manot Basket sent by the shul. Please see flier in back for more details or contact Tanya Fischer at

Game Night and Tish: Come spend Friday night at Beth El for a fun game night and Tish on March 1st, at 8:00pm. Bring your favorite board games and share with friends! Enjoy a Tish at 9pm led by Lenny Solomon of Shlock Rock and have some kugel, cholent and snacks too!

Babysitting will be available for children ages 5 and under. Thank you to Amy Rosen, Sherri Cohen and Israela Kahan for organizing this event.

Save the Date: for March 15, 2019 when we will host Scholar-in-Residence, Dr. Michael Schonberg, PHD as part of our Ruderman Synagogue Inclusion Project initiative lecture series. Dr. Michael Schonberg, a member of the Boston Orthodox community, is a clinical psychologist trained in Cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT). He has a faculty appointment at Harvard Medical School and is on staff in the Department of Psychiatry at Massachusetts General Hospital in addition to running a private practice. Stay tuned for the lecture topics Dr. Schonberg will give.

Policy Conference: Join Rabbi Segal and other members of Beth El on March 24-26, 2019 for the largest annual gathering of America’s pro-Israel movement at the AIPAC Policy Conference.

Hospitality for our Shlichot: To host Tamar and Reut for a Shabbat meal, please sign up at