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Sukkah Guide: Please refer to the brief Sukkah guide at the end of this week’s kishrei for important points and tips relating to this year’s Shabbat-Sukkot holiday. Chag Sameach!

Kiddush this week, weather permitting, will take place in the Sukkah, and if not in the Social Hall. Thank you to Kevin Brown, Judah Cohen, Aaron Dragushan and Mayer Kahan for making the cholent for both days.

Seudah Shelishiet will not take place in shul this Shabbat. Please remember to have the third meal before coming for Mincha on Shabbat, preferably before 4:29pm as to maintain an appetite for the evening meal.

Sukkah Hop: The annual Newton Sukkah Hop for grades kindergarten through 5th grade will take place on the Second Day of Sukkot, Sunday, October 1st from 4:00-5:45pm chaperoned by our teens and organized by our shlichot. It will begin at Beth El and finish by Shaarei. Thank you to all of the individuals who have volunteered to host.

Sukkah Trivia Game and Yom Tov Party with Rabbi Segal and with our new Shlicha, Aniam for children from kindergarten through 5th  grade accompanied by their parents on the First Day of Sukkot, Shabbat, September 30th from 4:30pm - 5:30pm. Weather permitting, the event will take place in the Beth El Sukkah. Otherwise, the event will take place indoors in the shul. 

Hospitality for our Shlichot: We are looking for families to host Aniam and Tamar for Shabbat and Yom Tov meals. Please sign up using the following link:

Simchat Torah Hospitality Needed for NCSY Advisors who will help enhance the ruach of our Hakafot in shul. Please go to the following link for more information and sign up here:

Chumash/Siddur Dedication: Dedicate a chumash or a siddur to the shul to honor or remember someone special. For more information, contact the shul office.