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Weekly Announcements:

Welcome: to Rachel Sharansky Danziger and her family who is here with us this Shabbat as our Scholar-in-Residence. We will be having a community dinner Friday night for those who have registered. At approximately 7:00pm, Rachel will give a talk entitled, “After the Exodus: Keeping the Lessons of Societ Jewry Relevant for Jews Today.” Rachel will speak after Mussaf on Shabbat morning. Please see back for more details.

Thank you: to Cheryl and Yakir Levin for sponsoring the teen kiddush this Shabbat.

Mazel Tov: to Ethlynne and Steve Brickman on the recent bar mitzvah of their grandson, Elijah, son of Jill and Jonathan Brickman.

Bnei Akiva Snif: this Shabbat, November 16th, Snif will be held from 4:15pm-5:15pm at Beth El. Snif is open to all 2nd-6th graders.

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

Bnei Akiva Cooking Club: All elementary school students are invited to a cooking club with the shlichot on Sunday, November 17 from 2:00pm-3:30pm in the Shaarei kitchen.

Father/Son Learning: This popular program, co-sponsored by Congregation Beth El-Atereth Israel and Boston Kollel, for fathers and sons in grades 1 -8, will begin again this Motzei Shabbat, November 9th from 6:30-7:30pm. Rabbi Segal will lead the middle school learning (6th, 7th and 8th grades) with weekly sports jerseys and a grand raffle at the end of the program in February for Celtics tickets. Thank you to Barbara and Arnie Andler for the Celtics tickets. Thank you to Abe and Frannie Weinograd for donating the sports jerseys.

Mother/Daughter Learning: There will be no Mother & Daughter Learning for this Sunday, November 16th. We look forward to resuming again on November 24th.

Thursday Morning Class: Rabbi Segal’s Thursday morning class will take place this Thursday at 11:00am in the library. The class will cover various topics on the Parashat Hashavua.

Join JFCS Family Table: Please consider volunteering in the rewarding experience of packing and distributing groceries for those in need on behalf of JFCS Family Table. The scheduled upcoming Sundays are November 17, 2019, December 15, 2020, January 26, 2020 and February 23,2020. Contact Cheryl Levin or Lisa Katz for more information and to schedule. Additionally, Congregation Beth El has a commitment to providing 80 cans of salmon per month to Family Table for distribution. If you would like to donate money to this project please contact the office.

Passport to Israel Program: CJP’s Myra and Robert Kraft Passport to Israel Program offers our shul members a unique opportunity to save and receive partly matched funds ($700) for your child’s future trip to Israel. For more information, please take a program from the front table or contact Lea Matz at or 617.916.5015.