Tu B’Shvat is Wednesday, February 4, 2015. Plant a tree in Israel with Jewish National Fund for Tu B’Shvat and you will automatically be entered into a raffle to win:
1 GRAND PRIZE:
2 roundtrip tickets to Israel, courtesy of EL AL Israel Airlines
2 free nights at The Carlton Tel Aviv, breakfast included
2 RUNNER-UP PRIZES:
Free JNF E-Z Tree™ account!
Contest begins January 26, 2015 and runs through 11:59 PM ET on February 4, 2015. Winner will be drawn on or about February 12, 2015. For every tree purchased online, mailed or called in, buyers are automatically entered into JNF’s Tu B’Shvat contest. Each tree equals 1 entry.
Go here to purchase trees for the contest.
Go to the JNF Tree Planting Center (http://www.jnf.org/support/tree-planting-center/) anytime to purchase trees.
SPECIAL DEAL: Get 3 trees for the price of 2 and 5 for the price of 4!!!!
Planting a tree in Israel is the perfect way to show you care. You can plant trees for many different reasons and help green the land of Israel while sending a special gift to a friend or loved one. For each order, a beautiful certificate of your choice is mailed to the recipient with your own personal message. Plant trees for all of these occasions: birth, Bar or Bat Mitzvah, graduation, wedding, birthday, get-well wish, or in memory of someone special.
Read more about the JNF’s Forestry and Ecology programs here.
Join the Men’s Club as we go the Prudential Center (a.k.a. The Rock) in Newark to watch the New Jersey Devils take on the Ottawa Senators on Tuesday, February 3rd at 7 P.M.
Tickets are $40. $10 food vouchers are available for $5 and kosher food will be available.
You can purchase tickets and food vouchers by credit card or bank account debit below or you can send a check made out to TBEMC Men’s Club to TBEMC Men’s Club, 338 Walnut Avenue, Cranford, NJ 07016. Please write NJ Devils on the memo line of the check.
This event is sponsored by the Men’s Club and all are welcome to come.
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The World Wide Wrap is a signature program of FJMC (Federation of Jewish Men’s Club) focusing on a unique ritual imbued with story and metaphor that spans ages and generations.
Sponsored by our Men’s Club in cooperation with the TBEMC Religious School, the event aims to introduce adults and children alike to the special ritual of wearing t’fillin during Jewish prayer.
Children in 5th-7th grades will join the adult morning minyan at 9AM, with the special chance to wear t’fillin. Adults will be on hand to show them how to do it.
The younger children in our school will get to try a set of t’fillin between 9:30 and 10:30 in the library, with the help of Men’s Club volunteers.
Our youngest students will even get to make a pair of pretend t’fillin using craft materials.
More info from FJMC can be found here.
Come celebrate Tu B’shvat, the celebration of the trees, with the whole TBEMC family.
We will begin with an ecology-themed community sing-along.
We will have read-alouds of favorite tree-themed stories.
At noon, we will have a Tu B’Shvat seder open to the entire Temple community.
Weather permitting, we will travel together to one of the local arboretums for an afternoon field trip to celebrate beautiful trees in person!
Join the author as his talk highlights food/tv/pop culture/celebrities and more. Event to be held at the JCC in partnership with TBEMC’s Lifelong Learning. $17 in advance $20 at the door.
Online registration at www.jccnj.org or call 908-889-8800 x 205.
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