Patty and Art Werschulz are making Aliyah –don’t let them leave for Israel without bidding them a fond farewell.
For the past 35 years, in more ways than we can count, Patty and Art have been integral to the beating heart of the TBEMC community. They have truly been a gift, and their sensibilities inform every aspect of the community we are today.
They have contributed according to their individual strengths and interests to Ritual Leadership (leining, davening, gabbai), Temple Governance (President, innumerable committees including Ritual and High Holiday, Trustee), financial support, and opening their home to many guests.
They embody the meaning of volunteering and genuinely love our Shul. They leave behind large shoes to try to fill.
Our intention was to hold a dinner to pay tribute to Art and Patty, but given the Corona Virus Pandemic, that is no longer a viable option. Therefore, we will be focusing on presenting them with a commemorative ad journal as our way to thank Patty and Art for their many meaningful contributions to our community. Ads will be accepted until June 1st.
The Tribute will be a live event via Zoom on Sunday, June 14th at 11:30 am and we invite everyone to attend. If you are interested in saying a few words or sharing a story about Art & Patty please let us know so that we can put you on the speaking schedule.
Please show your gratitude to them and wish them well in their new journey by placing an ad using the attached ad blank. If you have any questions or would like to say a few words at the event, please contact email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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This page contains links to a number of helpful Pesah resources from a number of places:
Previous films in our Jewish Connection to Comedy film series:
- “Broadway Bound”
- “Biloxi Blues”
- “Brighton Beach Memoirs”
- “Frisco Kid”
- “Keeping the Faith”
|Join us for Purim!|
Sunday, March 8
11:30: Purim spiel featuring our own Religious School students! Bring the family.
12:00-3:00: Games, face-painting, prizes, food and fun. Open to the community. Admission is $5/person, $20/family of 4+. Bring some cash for lunch.
Monday, March 9
6:30: Purim spiel! See it a second time, or a first!
7:00: Quick evening service and the Whole Megillah! Wear a costume! Bring a few dollars to buy pasta groggers from USY.
Kids will have a chance to make and decorate a grogger after the Purim spiel.
Treats for all at the end.
Tuesday, March 10
6:30 am: Come for another Megillah reading! It’s faster than the first. With fewer treats. You can wear pajamas.