MESH coordinators and leftover magicians, Aileen Grossberg and Lynne Kurzweil, put together a bountiful and varied meal for our our MESH guests. A whole-hearted thank you to The Lehr-Hahn family for donated extra food from Olyvia’s bat mitzvah celebration to this week’s MESH meal. Continue reading
Sarita Eisenberg and Shirley Grill teamed up to prepare this week’s MESH meal. The meal included fish in a yoghurt-mustard sauce with sides of rice and sesame noodles – leftover from the Feldman bar mitzvah on Saturday. There was also a salad of greens (also leftover from kiddush), tomato, cucumber, carrot, and corn. Continue reading
Chef Fern Heinig prepared the meal that our MESH guests proclaim is one of their favorites. Grab N Go bags included Roasted Salmon, Mediterranean Vegetable Quinoa Salad, Three Bean Salad, Clementines, Breakfast Bar and from the Lehr-Hahn family delicious mini challah rolls and homemade chocolate chip cookies. As always we included a water bottle. Continue reading
I only recently learned why we make Shalach Manot goodie bags and deliver them to our entire Shomrei congregation – to increase love and friendship between Jews, thereby dismissing Haman’s accusations that there is strife and dissension among Jews. Lovely!
What an amazing Shomrei Hanukkah Party! The moment the smell of frying latkes made its way around the building, I knew this was going to be an exciting night. The JLC 7th grade students started the night off with a bang, with their homemade Hanukkah games and enthusiasm. Children of all ages enjoyed pinning the tail on the menorah and trying to knock over large Hanukkah candles in the bean bag toss station. We made edible menorahs and spun dreidels in paint, too, which made some beautiful designs.