Educator Mick Fine leads a post-kiddush adult text study this Shabbat.

Bal Taschit: Do Not Waste

This Shabbat, Boulder Tuv Ha’Aretz is hosting educator Mick Fine. Mick’s visit includes a Friday evening program with teens, and on Saturday he’ll lead a post-kiddush, adult text study on the topic of “Bal Taschit – Do Not Waste.”

Mick Fine is a Jewish educator who is currently enrolled in the Rabbinical School at JTS. Mick completed a B.A. in Hebrew Language and Literature at the Ohio State University and an M.A. in Teaching Hebrew at Brandeis University, where he was a DeLeT fellow. He taught Hebrew, Torah and Talmud at the Solomon Schechter School of Manhattan for the past two years, and was involved in Hazon‘s curriculum development and implementation.

At Congregation Bonai Shalom, Saturday, January 23 at 1pm. This visit is sponsored by Tuv Ha’Aretz, with funding by 18 Pomegranates.

About Boulder Tuv Ha’Aretz:  The Hazon Community-Supported Agriculture program is a partnership of Congregations Aish Kodesh, Bonai Shalom, Nevei Kodesh, Adventure Rabbi, Pardes Levavot, and Har HaShem with Red Wagon Organic Farm.

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About Lisa Bates

I am the current site coordinator for the Boulder Tuv Ha'Aretz program.

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