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Flippin’ Out: Bonai Sisterhood Pancake Breakfast

Bonai ShalomFlapjacks, and the Four Species, will be among the subjects celebrated at Congregation Bonai Shalom’s annual Sisterhood Pancake Breakfast this Sunday, Sept. 15, from 9:30 to 11:30 a.m. at the shul, 1527 Cherryvale Rd.

Bonai’s sororal organization, soon to celebrate its 10th anniversary, has the mission of supporting Bonai’s religious school, and CBS efforts in general. This year, the Breakfast coincides with the second Sunday of this year’s religious-school sessions, and with the completion and the completion and decoration of the Bonai sukkah! Soon the lulav and etrog will be waved here and across the region as Jews celebrate Sukkot.

In the past, Sisterhood has raised funds for the refurbishment of the Bonai kitchen, run a popular food booth at the Boulder Jewish Festival, and undertaken many other projects, large and small, to improve the lives of its congregants — and the larger world as well.

Sisterhood provides interesting programs each month. The presenters generously donate their time and knowledge. Come join Sisterhood and enjoy the companionship of a warm community of women within the larger CBS community. For further information contact one of our Co-presidents: Marilyn Pinsker (marilyn.pinsker@gmail.com, 303 499-2221) and Debbie Garelick: (debbie@thegarelicks.com, 303 413-8147).

Upcoming dates of interest:

September 24 — Lunch and learn with the Rabbi in the Sukkah, 11:30 am

October 10 — Israeli Dancing with Judy Megibow, 7:00 pm

November 7 — Book Review with HarHashem, 7:00 pm

December 5 — Chanukah Party, 7:00 pm

January 16, 2014 — Indian Cooking Presentation, 7:00 pm

February 13 — Lecture/Discussion with Zilla Goodman, 7:00 pm

March 20 — Computer Seminar with Leon Rosenshein & Aaron Pinsker, time TBD

April 2 — World Conference Day, time TBD

May 8 — Board Elections; Flower Arranging with Valerie Singer, 7:00 pm

June 19 — Installation of new Board and Recipe Exchange, 7:00 pm

About Kit Colorado

I am the Office Administrator at Congregation Bonai Shalom.

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