May 2024 Newsletter

Create successful ePaper yourself

Turn your PDF publications into a flip-book with our unique Google optimized e-Paper software.

Temple<br />

Adas<br />

Shalom<br />

M O N T H L Y<br />

N E W S L E T T E R<br />

4<br />

5<br />

6-8<br />

9<br />

10<br />

11<br />

13<br />

20<br />

President's Message<br />

RPC Message<br />

Kehillah MAGNET<br />

Adult Education<br />

Sisterhood News<br />

Safety & Security<br />

<strong>May</strong> <strong>2024</strong><br />

Calendar of Events<br />

Contents<br />

March <strong>2024</strong> - Donors<br />

M A Y 2 0 2 4 | 2 3 R D O F N I S A N 5 7 8 4 - 2 3 R D O F I Y A R 5 7 8 4<br />

Rabbi Meeka’s Musings<br />

Shalom TAS’s Mishpacha משפחה (Family)<br />

Passover, our celebratory Holiday of delivery from slavery to freedom, has now passed.<br />

But our People’s voices can still be heard, clear and loud, all over the world: Let Our<br />

People Go!<br />

At our annual 2nd Night Seder this year, we set a special table that will be standing at<br />

our Social Hall until all our hostages are returned. And God, I pray with all Am Yisrael<br />

that we will be able to dismantle this table sooner rather than later when our<br />

hostages, במהרה בימינו אמן ‏,סלה (As soon as possible, Amen Selah).<br />

21<br />

Mi Sheberakh<br />

<strong>May</strong> <strong>2024</strong> Yahrzeits<br />

Observed<br />

8 N . E A R L T O N R D . E X T . H A V R E D E G R A C E , M D 2 1 0 7 8<br />


Rabbi Meeka's Musings<br />

Continued<br />

The Month of <strong>May</strong> holds 3 important Holy Days:<br />

On <strong>May</strong> 5th - 6th many will commemorate Holocaust Memorial Day (Yom Ha’Shoah), as we painfully acknowledge<br />

that still, after so many years post WWII and the horrific atrocities committed against millions of Jews and other<br />

minorities – sadly antisemitism, and Nazism did not die with the end of World War II.<br />

Yom Ha’Shoah is a constant reminder of the potential for evil which lies below the fragile façade of civilization.<br />

Therefore, we must continue to commemorate the Holocaust. We each must do our best to prevent the seeds of<br />

Nazism from finding fertile soil again.<br />

Therefore, we consider it a mitzvah to commemorate and remember year after year after year, the six million Jews<br />

who were murdered in the holocaust. We can each do so by attending special memorial services and programs in our<br />

communities. Such a program will be offered at our Temple on <strong>May</strong> 4th in our sanctuary. Please look for more details<br />

in our weekly Bulletin, our webpages, on Facebook and this <strong>Newsletter</strong>. This communal service is available and open<br />

for everyone in our community who wishes to join us.<br />

On <strong>May</strong> 12th-13th, many Israelis and Jewish people around the world will experience grief and mourning, during<br />

Israel’s annual Yom Ha’Zikaron, Memorial Day, which up until October 7 of 2023, was dedicated mostly to Israeli<br />

soldiers who gave their lives to protect our land since 1948. But following the despicable acts of violence perpetrated<br />

by Hamas on that day, when so many Israelis were brutally murdered, the echoes and sounds of wailing, grief and<br />

despair are going to rise, and will be much louder than ever before.<br />

But on the 13th - 14th of <strong>May</strong>, Israelis will somehow find strength to rise from the deep pit of grief, as they attempt to<br />

celebrate, or at least acknowledge Independence Day and Israel’s 76th Birthday. The celebration of Israel’s<br />

Independence Day recognizes that a new era has dawned in the life of all Jewish people around the world. The rebirth<br />

of Israel from the ashes of the Holocaust is a symbol of Hope against despair, of redemption against devastation. I<br />

believe that this is the main reason why these four holidays, i.e. Passover, Holocaust Memorial Day, and Israel’s<br />

Independence are so close to one another. This sequence of holidays symbolizes our individual and communal<br />

journey from slavery to freedom, through a desert saturated with hatred and dangerous enemies, all the way to the<br />

Promised Land, hopefully a peaceful, tranquil place which we will all get to witness in our lifetime.<br />

ממצרים דרך אפלה ופחד ‏,ייסורי מוות,‏ כאב ואובדן – אל הארץ הטובה והמובטחת<br />

From Mitzrayim (narrowness) through darkness and fear, death, pain, and loss – to the good and promised Land.<br />

8 N . E A R L T O N R D . E X T . H A V R E D E G R A C E , M D 2 1 0 7 8<br />


Rabbi Meeka's Musings<br />

Continued<br />

These days I am finding myself a bit lost for words of comfort, sheer joy and hope, which is why I asked my colleague, a poet<br />

by the name of Rich Orloff, if he has any poems I could share with you today. I asked for a poem that yearns for peace, yearns<br />

for better days to come, as we extend our hand to our neighbors, inviting them to walk with us on “the path to trust,” while<br />

“wishing both of us safety with each step.”<br />

A Prayer for My Neighbors<br />

by Rich Orloff<br />

I do not wish you harm<br />

I do not wish you pain<br />

I do not want revenge<br />

Or believe that either of us can triumph over the other<br />

I respect you as a creation of God<br />

I see there is divinity in you<br />

I wish you the opportunity to live life fully<br />

I wish you all the joy I wish myself<br />

Do not mistake these wishes for weakness<br />

I will do all I need to do to protect myself<br />

I believe there must be consequences to harmful actions<br />

To reduce the likelihood of such harms being repeated<br />

We each have our reasons to hate<br />

We each have histories filled with suffering<br />

We each will need extraordinary courage<br />

So that our pasts don’t limit our future<br />

I do not wish to inflict more trauma<br />

On your descendants or on mine<br />

I will gladly work with you<br />

Each of us taking small steps<br />

I do not expect trust overnight<br />

Nor can I offer it to you<br />

But I’m willing to walk with you on the path to trust<br />

Wishing both of us safety with each step<br />

Praying for much better days to shine with warmth, hope<br />

and springtime joy on each and every one of us.<br />

With love,<br />

Rabbi Meeka<br />

8 N . E A R L T O N R D . E X T . H A V R E D E G R A C E , M D 2 1 0 7 8<br />


President's Message<br />

Mark Wolkow<br />

Many thanks!<br />

Do you know someone who has made a positive contribution to Temple Adas Shalom in recent<br />

years? If so, we want to know about it as we re-institute the TAS Awards program, to be held in<br />

conjunction with the Congregational Meeting, Installation, and dinner on Saturday, June 8.<br />

This program ran from 2000 through 2015 annually. It has been on hiatus since then, but is being<br />

revived this year. Following are the award categories. We can recognize zero, one, or more<br />

individuals for each. Or we can make new categories. It’s all very flexible.<br />

Adas Shalom - For ten or more years of service on the Board of Trustees of Temple Adas Shalom<br />

Yvette Kravitz Religious School Award - For contributions above and beyond the call of duty to<br />

the Adolph Nord Religious School<br />

Ner Tamid Award - For involvement in multiple synagogue activities in recent years<br />

Unsung Hero Award - For significant contributions behind the scenes<br />

Above and Beyond Award - For volunteer efforts to a specific area of the temple over an<br />

extended period of time<br />

Step up to the Plate Award - For volunteer effort in a specific area in recent years<br />

Fun in Fundraising Award - For exemplary effort in the area of fundraising<br />

Mitzvah Award - For volunteering to help in the Temple office - answering phones, collating<br />

programs, processing mailings, assembling newsletters, etc.<br />

"Jump into the fray" Award - For members who have made a significant commitment to involve<br />

themselves in volunteer activities at/near the outset of their congregation membership<br />

Youth Service Leadership Award - For actively participating in leading the congregation during<br />

services – as the service leader, music leader, or Torah Reader during services not lead by ASTY as a<br />

group<br />

Send your recommendations along with the person’s accomplishments to<br />

(membership@templeadasshalom.org) and (president@templeadasshalom.org).<br />

And mark your calendars for a June 8th for dinner, meeting, and the awards ceremony.<br />

Shalom,<br />

Mark<br />

<strong>May</strong> Service Multi<br />

Access Information<br />

and Links<br />

Please note that streaming will<br />

be done via YouTube.<br />

YouTube links for all of our<br />

services can be found on our<br />

calendar. No passcodes are<br />

required. Past and present<br />

services and other events can also<br />

be found on our YouTube<br />

channel.<br />

Friday, <strong>May</strong> 3rd<br />

Graduation Shabbat & Eye Level<br />

Torah, & JNF Speaker<br />

Live Streaming starts at 6:45pm-<br />

7:00pm<br />

In-Person service starts at 7:00pm<br />

Friday, <strong>May</strong> 10th<br />

Shabbat Evening Service<br />

Live Streaming starts at 6:45pm-<br />

7:00pm<br />

In-Person service starts at 7:00pm<br />

Saturday, <strong>May</strong> 18th<br />

Shabbat Torah Services & Joslin’s<br />

B’Nai Mitzvah<br />

Live Streaming starts at 9:45am-<br />

10:00am<br />

In-Person service starts at 10:00am<br />

Saturday, <strong>May</strong> 25th<br />

Shabbat Torah Service & Jack<br />

Gwin Bar Mitzvah<br />

Live Streaming starts at 9:45am-<br />

10:00am<br />

In-Person service starts at 10:00am<br />

Friday, <strong>May</strong> 31st<br />

Shabbat Torah Service<br />

Live Streaming starts at 6:45pm-<br />

7:00pm<br />

In-Person service starts at 7:00pm<br />



https://www.youtube.com/@<br />

templeadasshalom/streams<br />

8 N . E A R L T O N R D . E X T . H A V R E D E G R A C E , M D 2 1 0 7 8<br />


RPC Message<br />

Melissa Immel & Mike Mullis<br />

Greetings From The Religious Practices Committee!<br />

B’nai Mitzvah is a formal recognition of our children becoming young adults in<br />

our Jewish community. This month we have the כָּארְ‏ ‏ִבּ‏ (blessing) to come<br />

together to honor four students as they reach this milestone on the road to<br />

maturity. Mazel Tov to the Joslin and Gwin families on reaching this truly special<br />

occasion. All congregants are invited to attend services on Friday, <strong>May</strong> 17th and<br />

24th at 7:00 pm, and the following Saturday mornings at 10:00 am to welcome<br />

Annistyn, Ryan, & William Joslin, and Jack Gwin into our community as Jewish<br />

adults. Join us on June 7th for a unique Rock Shabbat service that blends... rock<br />

music. Let the rhythm uplift your spirit as we come together to celebrate<br />

Shabbat in a new and dynamic way. Come prepared to sing, sway, and<br />

experience the joy of our shared faith through the power of music. Don't miss<br />

this opportunity to connect with your community in a rockin' celebration of<br />

Shabbat!<br />

B'Shalom,<br />

Melissa Immel & Mike Mullis, RPC Co-Chairs<br />

8 N . E A R L T O N R D . E X T . H A V R E D E G R A C E , M D 2 1 0 7 8<br />


Kehillah MAGNET<br />

Sarah O’Donnell & Joel Yoffee<br />

Shalom Temple Adas Shalom Community!<br />

Kehillah MAGNET is already gearing up for our <strong>2024</strong>-<br />

2025 school year! If you know of families with<br />

children in Grades Pre-K through ten who want<br />

their children to learn about their Jewish culture,<br />

history, and traditions, please send them our way!<br />

Our Early Bird Registration is currently up and<br />

running until <strong>May</strong> 19, <strong>2024</strong>. Sign up today!<br />

We are currently looking to expand the number of<br />

educators that we have on staff, as well as move to<br />

an individualized model of teaching Mid-Week<br />

Hebrew. If you are interested in learning more about<br />

teaching or tutoring for the <strong>2024</strong>-2025 school year,<br />

please email Sarah O’Donnell at<br />

principal@templeadasshalom.org today!<br />

Purim Carnival <strong>2024</strong>: This year, we had an incredible Mock Seder with over<br />

65 children, parents, grandparents, and teachers in attendance. Thank you<br />

to all our volunteers!<br />

8 N . E A R L T O N R D . E X T . H A V R E D E G R A C E , M D 2 1 0 7 8<br />


Kehillah MAGNET<br />

Continued<br />


TOT SHIRA: Each month during the school<br />

year Kehillah MAGNET welcomes families with<br />

children ages 5 and under to attend the Pre-<br />

K/K music class at our religious school. “Tot<br />

Shira” is a wonderful way to introduce little<br />

ones to our dedicated teachers and fantastic<br />

students. Our final Tot Shira of the school year<br />

was held in April. Stay tuned for future tot<br />

events!<br />


Every other month during the academic school year, Rabbi Meeka and<br />

Mike Mullis, music teacher and director, lead one Friday night service that<br />

is designed with families in mind. Family Shabbat nights begin at 5:30 pm<br />

with a child-friendly meal, and the service runs from 6:15 – 7:00 pm.<br />

Attending Family Shabbat is a great way to enjoy the company of friends,<br />

relax after a long week, and provide further understanding of Hebrew<br />

learning. Our students in grades 7 – 9 helped Rabbi Meeka to lead the final<br />

Family Shabbat of the academic year on April 19, <strong>2024</strong>. We look forward to<br />

seeing you next year!<br />

8 N . E A R L T O N R D . E X T . H A V R E D E G R A C E , M D 2 1 0 7 8<br />


Kehillah MAGNET<br />

Continued<br />

Adas Shalom Temple Youth (ASTY) MEETINGS:<br />

ASTY is held monthly during the school year with teens in grades 7-12. This<br />

past month, our teens traveled to the Holocaust Memorial in Washington,<br />

D.C. on April 21st. They have been an integral part of our social action efforts<br />

this school year, and they will be participating in our Holocaust Memorial<br />

event on <strong>May</strong> 4th at the synagogue. Many thanks to our incredible ASTY<br />

advisors, Alison Filicko and Joshua Larkin, for a fantastic year!<br />

Please check out the temple calendar for all upcoming events and see<br />

you soon!<br />

Joel Yoffee<br />

Kehillah MAGNET Religious School Committee Chair<br />

Sarah O’Donnell<br />

Kehillah MAGNET Principal<br />

8 N . E A R L T O N R D . E X T . H A V R E D E G R A C E , M D 2 1 0 7 8<br />


Upcoming<br />

Adult<br />

Educational<br />

Events<br />

Adult Ed. Book Discussion<br />

Saturday, <strong>May</strong> 11th<br />

10:00am to 11:30am<br />

Adult Education<br />

Brian Folus<br />

Dear Congregants,<br />

On <strong>May</strong> 11 at 10:00am, we will be having on Zoom our next Book Discussion. We<br />

are reading the book “The Red Tent” by Anita Diamant.<br />

In this modern classic interpretation of the biblical story of Dinah, Anita<br />

Diamant imagines the traditions and turmoil's of ancient womanhood--the world<br />

of The Red Tent, a New York Times bestseller and the basis of the A&E/Lifetime<br />

mini-series. In the Bible, Dinah's life is only hinted at in a brief and violent detour<br />

within the more familiar chapters of the Book of Genesis that tell of her father,<br />

Jacob, and his twelve sons. The Red Tent begins with the story of the mothers--<br />

Leah, Rachel, Zilpah, and Bilhah--the four wives of Jacob. They love Dinah and<br />

give her gifts that sustain her through childhood, a calling to midwifery, and a<br />

new home in a foreign land. Dinah's story reaches out from a remarkable period<br />

of early history and creates an intimate connection with the past. Deeply<br />

affecting, The Red Tent combines rich storytelling and the valuable achievement<br />

of presenting a new view of biblical women's lives.<br />

On March 10 we had a wonderful presentation “The Wonders of Gilchrist”. This was<br />

a great opportunity to learn more about Gilchrist’s services. If you missed this inperson<br />

presentation, please see the Power-point on the Adult Ed page.<br />

Rabbi Meeka is continuing her new class “Tea & Torah” This is being held in the<br />

Temple Library. This is a very informative and interactive Torah Study class. The<br />

class is free, but Rabbi is asking people to register. A link is on the calendar. Even if<br />

you missed the first class feel free to register and join the class. Upcoming<br />

sessions will be held on <strong>May</strong> 5th at 10:00 a.m. and <strong>May</strong> 19th at 9:30 a.m.<br />

We truly hope you will join us for these upcoming events and send us suggestions<br />

and request for topics or movies or programs you would like the Adult Ed.<br />

Committee to provide for you.<br />

As always feel free to sit in on a meeting, just click on the link in the Calendar.<br />

Looking forward to hearing from you!<br />

Shalom,<br />

Brian Folus<br />

8 N . E A R L T O N R D . E X T . H A V R E D E G R A C E , M D 2 1 0 7 8<br />


Sisterhood News<br />

Deborah Temple<br />

What a great General Membership Meeting we had in April – it was fun and informative,<br />

the food was terrific, we all found our Zen, and the company was even better! For those<br />

who could not make it, do not despair, we want to make sure everyone is in the know<br />

and will be sending out a ‘State of the Sisterhood’ for your review.<br />

Sisterhood<br />

Events<br />

All our Sisterhood dates are<br />

posted on the Temple Calendar<br />

and appear in bright pink.<br />

Sisterhood End of Year Event<br />

Sunday, June 2nd 11am-3pm<br />

For those not yet Sisterhood members (c’mon what are you waiting for?), this is a<br />

wonderful time to join. Our TAS Sisterhood is in great shape! Our membership numbers<br />

are up, our finances look strong, and our TAS Giftshop is turning a profit (way to go Pat &<br />

Denise) ...we are expanding our activities, our outreach, and our impact. Do you want to<br />

help the homeless? Do you want to come join us for a Mocktails and Mimosas brunch?<br />

Or an evening of axe-throwing? Not every activity is for everyone, we get it; but, in full<br />

transparency, some of us like to do it all! Let us know what interests you so we can start<br />

planning - because this is not your Bubbe’s Sisterhood.<br />

We do have two especially important things to include this month. A big<br />

congratulations to our incoming board members: Naomi Walton (co-vice president) and<br />

Heather McJilton (board member). And a big thank-you to Mindy Goldman (co-vice<br />

president) and Liz Westendorf (board member) for volunteering to head our<br />

membership outreach committee.<br />

Please join us for our End of Year Event on June 2nd. We will be enjoying lunch at 11:00<br />

at JD’s Smokehouse followed by a 1:00 tour of the historic Tudor Hall and a 2:00 Special<br />

Talk about the “Brides of Bluebeard: John Wilkes Booth’s Paramours.” Cost is $10 per<br />

member, currently limited to 20 members. Additional tickets may be available upon<br />

request at $20 for guests. Please reach out to Pat Wolkow to reserve your place.<br />

Our Sisterhood Board Installation will take place alongside the Board Installation on<br />

June 8th at the Congregational Meeting.<br />

Shalom,<br />

Deb Temple<br />

8 N . E A R L T O N R D . E X T . H A V R E D E G R A C E , M D 2 1 0 7 8<br />


Safety & Security<br />

Pat Wolkow<br />

Note for Building Key Holders:<br />

DeNae has been sending updates on the security system glitches,<br />

and all is now in ready mode!<br />

Steps to disarm the building alarm:<br />

When you approach the entry door, peer in to notice that the light<br />

on the alarm pad is Red. That means the alarm is on. (If it is green,<br />

someone is likely in the building already, please notify them you<br />

are in the building too.)<br />

When you swipe your key, the door clicks and is unlocked. The<br />

light will turn green and the alarm is lifted.<br />

If you hear beeping at the alarm pad then your key did not disarm,<br />

which means you must enter your personal code to disarm (it<br />

happens sometimes so be ready!*)<br />

Reading on the pad will say System Ready as you and others stand<br />

still.<br />

*If your card does not automatically disarm the alarm notify DeNae<br />

during working hours. If you forgot your code, contact her as well, but<br />

in advance!<br />




Steps to set alarm:<br />

Check and follow the Building Closing Procedures, located next to<br />

the Alarm Pad.<br />

Open the pad and notice that it says “System Ready. ” If it does<br />

not, then there is either movement (a person) or a door is not<br />

securely closed. You must recheck!<br />

Once you enter your code, you will have 30-45 seconds to leave<br />

out the door, so if necessary, have all your belongings in hand or<br />

set outside before alarming.<br />



So if you are not confident in adjusting the alarm system we are more<br />

than happy to arrange an appointment to meet with Pat Wolkow or<br />

DeNae Harmon to practice OR turn in your key card.<br />

Be safe, and keep us safe!<br />

security@templeadasshalom.org<br />

-Pat Wolkow<br />

8 N . E A R L T O N R D . E X T . H A V R E D E G R A C E , M D 2 1 0 7 8<br />


Temple Adas Shalom’s <strong>May</strong> <strong>2024</strong> Calendar of Events

March <strong>2024</strong> – Donors<br />

BUILDING FUND (L'dor V'dor)<br />

Rob & Charna Kinneberg (L’dor V’dor)<br />

Rayna & David Richardson (L’dor V’dor)<br />

Brian & Tammy Folus<br />

Rabbi’s Discretionary Fund<br />

Meeka & David Simerly<br />

Rayna & David Richardson - In memory of Marcy Werde<br />

HJC General Fund<br />

Jayne Klein - In memory of William Broemm, Barbara Zion-Keyser &<br />

Andrew Klein<br />

Hyndel Kempler - In memory of Barbara Chancey<br />

Martin Werde<br />

Andrew & Amy Ratner - In memory of Lois Ratner<br />

Stanley Freedman<br />

Debra & Lee Tannenbaum - In memory of Lois Ratner, Peter Jay,<br />

Barbara Chancey, & Marcy Werde<br />

Debbie Delaney - In memory of Wally Lyons<br />

Mark & Patricia Wolkow - In memory of Marcy Werde, Barbara<br />


Chancey, Shelley Weinmann, Marcy Schirloff, Lois Ratner, Lou Abrams,<br />

& Elise Schipper<br />

Kehillah MAGNET RS Fund/Garden Fund<br />

Rayna & David Richardson - In memory of Barbara Chancey (KM Fund)<br />

Richard & Rhonda August - In memory of Barbara Chancey (KM Fund)<br />

Jessica & Jean Piwovar (Garden Fund)<br />

8 N . E A R L T O N R D . E X T . H A V R E D E G R A C E , M D 2 1 0 7 8<br />


Mi Sheberakh * We Pray for Healing<br />

Amelia Parsons<br />

Anita Rosenzweig<br />

Burt Bronk<br />

Elise Dirlam-Ching<br />

Fred Belkin<br />

Daniel Hurst<br />

Harvey Malin<br />

Heather Mullis<br />

Joyce Levy Levine<br />

Justin Orellana Garcia<br />

Nancy Lever<br />

Natalie Litofsky<br />

<strong>May</strong> <strong>2024</strong> - Yahrzeits Observed<br />

Orin Zwik<br />

Rabbi Ziona Zelazo<br />

Robin Way<br />

Shari Morris<br />

Steve Nohowel<br />

Stu Needel<br />

Molllie Berger<br />

Fannie Ostrowsky<br />

Ethel Wolpert<br />

Sol Isadore Silver<br />

Harriet Folus<br />

Abraham Davis<br />

Jerome Rosenbloom<br />

Werner Fridberg<br />

Syd Bernstein<br />

Ida W. Kravitz<br />

Ida Richman<br />

Robert L. Gwaltney<br />

Helen Vogel<br />

Tillye Getz<br />

Barbara Fine<br />

Linda Gordon<br />

Karen Avra Ruskin<br />

Annie Singer<br />

Anna Greenberg<br />

Margie Tannenbaum<br />

Nina Schiff<br />

Norman Cogan<br />

Louis Reiser<br />

Shelly Shuman<br />

David Snyder<br />

Fannie Hutner<br />

1st<br />

1st<br />

1st<br />

2nd<br />

2nd<br />

3rd<br />

4th<br />

7th<br />

8th<br />

9th<br />

9th<br />

10th<br />

10th<br />

11th<br />

11th<br />

12th<br />

12th<br />

13th<br />

13th<br />

14th<br />

15th<br />

6th<br />

17th<br />

17th<br />

17th<br />

18th<br />

Nathan M. Siegel<br />

Esther Kushner<br />

Jimmy Chancey<br />

Elliot Larkin<br />

Paula Stein<br />

Jacob Hecht<br />

Jacob David Graff<br />

Sally Altman<br />

Anna Brenner Shuman<br />

Dr. Norman Berger<br />

Rina Leizerbaum<br />

Henry Theodore Sacks<br />

Grace Pincus Fine<br />

Pearl Feldstein Spergel<br />

Netta Gillespie<br />

Samuel Nathanson<br />

Morris Edeson<br />

Irvin Paul Gilden<br />

Gustave Charles Zader<br />

Bernice G. Shuman<br />

Marilyn Goldsticker August<br />

Halsey Neff<br />

Jack Stein<br />

Anna Pillersdorf<br />

Gloria Hoffman<br />

19th<br />

20th<br />

20th<br />

21st<br />

21st<br />

22nd<br />

22nd<br />

23rd<br />

24th<br />

24th<br />

24th<br />

25th<br />

26th<br />

26th<br />

28th<br />

28th<br />

29th<br />

29th<br />

29th<br />

30th<br />

30th<br />

30th<br />

30th<br />

31st<br />

31st<br />

Caring Note<br />

Caring is about both the simchas and healing through support and community.<br />

Is there a moment you would like to share, privately or publicly?<br />

We want to be there for you so please let us know.<br />

Email the Caring Committee at caring@templeadasshalom.org<br />

8 N . E A R L T O N R D . E X T . H A V R E D E G R A C E , M D 2 1 0 7 8<br />


Hooray! Your file is uploaded and ready to be published.

Saved successfully!

Ooh no, something went wrong!