6116 S. Pennsylvania Centennial, Colorado
November-December 2005/ Tishrei – Kislev
Rabbi Jeffrey Kaye, President Phil
Congregation Beth http://www.cbsdenver.org
RABBI’S REFLECTIONS in the Rocky Mountain Region. It is a
great day of community building and
The next two months are truly a celebration. I look forward to
time of celebration! We are blessed greeting and seeing many of you at
to share with the Congregation Beth this marquee event!
Shalom family the Bar Mitzvah of our This Thanksgiving, may we all
son Doniel on Saturday, December count our blessings and be thankful
10th, at 9am. Please see the invitation for all in our midst, and for the
inside this edition of the newsletter. sustenance with which we are
We cherish all of your love and nurtured. And during the Festival of
support, and greatly look forward to lights, may we count our blessings for
celebrating this simchas with our the cherished freedoms we have as
Congregation Beth Shalom Jews and as Americans. Indeed, the
community! next few months are a time to give
On Sunday, December 11th, I thanks and to celebrate!
would like to invite you to the Rose With gratitude for all of you; who
Medical Center annual Community you are; and what you do!
Channukah celebration. This year,
the event will be held at the Denver Rabbi Jeffrey Kaye
Campus for Jewish Education (2450
south Wabash Street, Denver, CO
80231). This day of food, fun, games,
community booths and entertainment
is completely FREE, and runs from
10:30am until 2:30pm. For those in
religious school, we invite you to
come join the festivities at noon. The
event draws several thousand from
the metro Denver area, and is
arguably the largest Jewish gathering
CBS News November/December 2005 Page 1
PRESIDENT’S COMMENTARY The walkways at Babi Yar Park are laid out in the shape of a
Jewish Star. A visitor cannot tell from the ground. However,
perhaps the victims who died there can look down and see it.
On October 9, 2005 over the weekend between Rosh Hashanah
and Yom Kippur a large group of CBS members and their older
Phil Klass, President
children spent the morning working hard laying gravel walkways
at Babi Yar Park in Denver. The weather started cloudy and
deteriorated during the morning into a light rain. By the time
lunch was served, it was raining steadily. Most of the over two SCHOOL NEWS
dozen CBS volunteers departed after lunch, so no one got too
soaked. The High Holidays have come and gone and once again
we have had a remarkable group of youngsters who came to
However, while we were all there working hard moving heavy enjoy and participate in our Children's Service. I want to thank
wheelbarrows, smoothing and tamping down the new walkways the adults who also attended the services. We had a very
at the park, all those involved got to know each other a little enjoyable and meaningful time together. We had a huge crowd
better, met some of the older kids in our religious school, and for all of the services.
got to appreciate the meaning and significance of Babi Yar. Our school field trip to the Babi Yar Park for a
community clean-up was well received by all who attended. It
Babi Yar was a stone quarry in the Ukraine outside of Kiev. was a wonderful opportunity to help with a community service
Before World War II the Ukraine was home to a large project and a fantastic time for our students and parents to
population of Jews, many living in the cities, Kiev and Odessa, spend a morning together engaged in a mitzvah project. Yasher
and many living in shtetls, traditional agricultural villages, some Koah to all. This is wishing you strength!
dating back to after the expulsion of Jews from Spain in 1492 Our Sukkot Luncheon was indoors due to the colder
by the Roman Catholic Church. Anatefka, the fictional village weather but our Sukkah was filled to overflowing as Rabbi Kaye
immortalized in “Fiddler on the Roof,” was just such a place. As and our students, staff and parents were observing the
demonstrated in the play, the Ukrainian Jews were surrounded mitzvah of dwelling in the sukkah and blessing the Lulav and
by a sea of non-Jews that accepted the ugly racist stories Etrog. The luncheon was terrific. Thank you to the Sisterhood
about Jews and hated us. Into this setting marched the and to all of the parents for helping to set up, cook, and clean
Wehrmacht of Adolf Hitler. After sweeping through the poorly up! This was a spectacular event.
trained and equipped Russian Army in the Ukraine, the Nazis Our Simchat Torah Service and Consecration Service
began to methodically collect Jews, homosexuals, gypsies and is such a fun filled evening as we heard the end of the Torah as
other “undesirables” and began shipping them to Babi Yar. well as the beginning of the Torah! As our students, parents,
There long mass graves were dug. The Jews and others were and other congregants participated in the hakafot (the 7
lined up at the edges of the graves and shot by the Nazi encirclings), we enjoyed singing and celebrating not only the
soldiers. Over the course of the Nazis’ occupation of the joyous holiday of Simchat Toarah but also the newest members
Ukraine, an estimated 200,000 lost their lives at Babi Yar. By of our school were honored by receiving a small Torah and
all accounts, most of the local non-Jewish Ukrainians were certificate of Consecration.
pleased, or at least not offended, by this. German commanders Our next really big school event will be our Chanukah
began reporting to Berlin that their soldiers who were involved Bazaar which will be on Sunday morning, December 11, 2005.
in the killing were showing debilitating psychological effects of We will have many vendors, games, and items for sale. Following
the murders they were committing. These reports prompted our Bazaar will be a community-wide Chanukah celebration
the Nazi leadership to innovate more efficient and less sponsored by the Rose Foundation. There will be more specific
personal methods of murder. Those innovations culminated in information coming soon!
the horrors of Auchwicz. Thank you all for the continued support of our
wonderful School. We are pleased to be partnering with our
My mother’s family came to North America from Odessa Sisterhood and celebrating each month with a different
before the war. My father was born in Kiev and emigrated with Mitzvah project. We are thrilled to see our students and
his parents in 1923. Both families left behind extended families parents involved in these worthwhile projects. Parents, please
that were never heard from again after the war. We can only feel free to stop in our classes to see what we are doing! We
guess at their fate. Undoubtedly some met their end at Babi welcome your visits.
Yar. Even if they didn’t, Babi Yar is a sobering reminder and B'Shalom,
memorial of our people’s troubled past. Michelle S. Weinberg,
CBS News November/December 2005 Page 2
WELCOME NEW MEMBERS! MEN’S CLUB
The past couple months have seen our CBS family grow The Men‟s Club will meet November 6 for Sunday brunch at
once again. Please join in and welcome them into our 10:00 a.m. for bagels and lox and again on December 4.
Blake, Ali, Jacob (1st) and Tyler (Pre-K) Adkins
John, Rachael, Sarah (3rd) and Sydney Bunn
Jeff, Melissa, Rachel (8th), Ethan, Sammy and Sarah Edelman Caitlyn Kayen will come to the bimah for Bat
Ken, Marissa, Rachel (1st) and Daniel Finger Mitzvah on Saturday, November 19, 2005 at 10:00
Michael Freed, Jamie Adashek-Freed, Sara (4th) and Jordan a.m.
Doniel Kaye will lead services for his Bar Mitzvah on
Todd Levy, Julie Elkins and Analise Levy
Nicholas and Veronica (4th) Lubofsky Saturday, December 10, 2005 beginning at 9:00
Leslie, Rachel (8th) and Ethan McGivern a.m.
Jeffrey, Jennifer, Rhyan (Pre-K) and Jack Meyers
George Allen, Janet Slate and Samuel (6th) Slate All members are welcome and encouraged to attend
our Saturday B’nai Mitzvah services and share in
NEW BOARD MEMBERS the “nacches.”
The following volunteers are the board members for 2005-2006 SCHEDULE
2005/2006. Please contact any of them if you have
questions, concerns or praise about any CBS issue. In addition to the Friday Shabbat service on November 4,
there will be a Family Shabbat Dinner on December 2. Bring
Phil Klass - president a non-meat dish to serve 12 and please RSVP to Phil and
Rick Wertheimer - vice president Pat Klass at the CBS phone, (303) 794-6643.
Dave and Joan Banko – co-treasurers
Ellen Lean - secretary On December 11 beginning at 10:00 a.m., we will hold our
Darryl Winer - past president annual Chanukah Breakfast and Bazaar. There will be
Pam Wertheimer and Michelle Kayen - sisterhood latkes and lots of reasonably priced gifts available.
Perry Eckerling - school board president &
newsletter editor Friday evening Shabbat services resume every two weeks
Joel Lederman and Tom Kayen - at-large, building after the New Year on January 6.
Martha Menin – at large, membership comm.
Steve Altman - at large TEEN MOVIE NIGHT –
Elliot Troy – at large
1ST THURSDAY OF EVERY MONTH @ 7:00PM
Our next movie will be shown Thursday evening November
HIGH HOLIDAY SERVICES 3, 2005 at 7:00 p.m. The movie on will be “The Hunt for Red
October.” The next movie will be shown on December 1,
This year‟s Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur services were 2005, the title to be announced. Please RSVP to Aaron
wonderfully led by Rabbi Kaye. They were well attended and Klass at firstname.lastname@example.org if you are coming.
Beth Shalom saw many new faces. Most non-member
visitors made donations to CBS as requested.
SHARING THE LIGHTS: AN
FRIDAY SHABBAT SERVICE INTERFAITH DISCUSSION ABOUT THE
There will be a regular Friday evening Shabbat service on th
Please join us on November 20 from 5:00pm to 7:30pm to
November 4 beginning at 7:30 p.m. An adult participate in a discussion. Cynthia Heller will be speaking
education/discussion is included. Bring your thinking caps! about the holiday dilemma (Christmas and Chanukah).
Dinner/refreshments and baby sitting will be provided. RSVP
by Nov. 15th to Ceil Lookner at 303-773-0619 or e-mail her
at email@example.com. The discussion is open to the
community. Friends and neighbors are welcome.
CBS News November/December 2005 Page 3
CBS VOLUNTEER OF THE MONTH
The membership committee has been busy this summer MARTHA MENIN
getting the word out about CBS to the South Denver Many of you have seen our wonderful volunteer
Jewish community. Irene Reeves, Ceil Lookner and of the month, Martha Menin, as she guides
Martha Menin have assembled new membership materials members in Aliya, or readings on the bima during
and Rick Wertheimer has commenced a mailing campaign our services. Martha is pivotal in inspiring
to bring out those for whom CBS might be a good fit. participation by members of our congregation.
The results of the school registration are due in part to Days before a service, she asks if you will
these efforts. Do you know anyone who would enjoy our participate, and then makes sure you know the
community? Let them know and bring them to one of our right "moment" to walk up and be part of the
events. service in a very special way. She always offers
thanks, encouragement and even a hug, when
PRAYER BOOKS you return to your seat. Martha has been part of
Beth Shalom for many years and is a past
president of the Shul. She serves on the Board
CBS purchased several dozen additional prayer books
and is an active member of the membership
for our regular services earlier this year. This was done
committee as well as the Sisterhood. She has a
in part in anticipation of several upcoming events at
warm heart, a keen sense of timing; she asks the
which we expect high attendance rates. The
right questions and is a terrific problem solver and
congregations’ tremendous response to the call for
a good, good friend. We are so fortunate that
dedications in the books has supplemented our funds for Martha Menin is part of Congregation Beth
the expense of the new books. However, we will still need Shalom. We celebrate her as our Volunteer of
as many siddurim as we can get. If you find that you have the Month! Thank you Martha for all that you do
any CBS prayer books at your homes, please return them and are!!
to the synagogue. This will enable us to have as many
available for guests as possible. KINGS SOOPERS CERTIFICATES
KEEP THE FLOW OF PRAYER BOOK We all have to buy food! Pat Winer continues to have Kings
DONATIONS GOING Soopers grocery certificates available at services, Sunday
school, Sisterhood and most other functions. The
certificates cost you nothing and five percent (5%) goes to
We have currently received donations for 62 Prayer support Congregation Beth Shalom. The anonymous family
Books. Thank you to everyone who has contributed thus who has been matching the return to CBS has been
far. Current donations represent about a third of books generously continuing this challenge grant. Let‟s take
advantage of this great fundraising method and buy some.
purchased. We encourage everyone to consider Remember to bring your checkbook to CBS next time you‟re
additional donations. With each donation, a bookplate is there.
inscribed with your name and any event or celebration
you wish to commemorate and honor. The bookplate is ENERGY CONSERVATION AT CBS
placed in the prayer book at Shul.
Commemorations include Anniversaries, Bar and Bat With the coming of winter, CBS always experiences
Mitzvahs, Memorials, Marriages, Births, Graduations etc. an increase in its expenses for the heating of our
A flyer is included in the November dues statements building. The media has warned all of us to expect
which can facilitate your donation. Special thanks to dramatic increases in our bills for natural gas this
Perry Eckerling for printing each of the bookplates, and
year. This fall, several of our members including
Perry, Sherry and Drew Eckerling, Tom Kayen and
Miss Mimi and Marge Fisch for inserting the bookplates
David Gordon have spent their time doing a number
into the siddurim. They look lovely!
of projects around Beth Shalom to make our energy
use more efficient. Thanks for their efforts.
CBS News November/December 2005 Page 4
October was King Soopers Gift Certificate
SISTERHOOD NEWS month – focusing on Hachnasat Orchim or
Welcoming Guests Into Our Midst
In September, Sisterhood jump-started the year with
November focuses on fighting Hunger -
new faces and new enthusiasm. We reviewed last
Ma'akhil R'evim or FeedingtThe Hungry
year’s events and fine-tuned the schedule for this year.
We send a heartfelt thank you to Irene Reeves, our
December is about Child Health Awareness-
“retiring” Sisterhood co-facilitator, who worked
Bikkur Cholim or Visiting The Sick
tirelessly for the last two years.
January is about Animal Rescue – Tza'ar
Our October meeting included socializing and a
Ba'alei Hayyim or Compassion To Animals
member trivia scavenger hunt. We found out some
interesting things about new and old members with an
February is about Saving the Rain Forest – Bal
icebreaker set of questions. Try to identify the member
Tash'hit (Preserving The Earth)
March will be announced shortly
1. Was born in Ashtabula, Ohio?
2. Worked as a TTY (deaf phone operator) in
April will be announced shortly
3. Who met their spouse at a Denver Zephyr’s game
May is about Cancer Awareness – Bikkur
(baseball team before the Rockies)? Cholim or Visiting the Sick
(Answers at the end of the article.)
As part of the MoM program, we had a contest to see
We had fun and still had time to set up for the Oneg which class could buy the most in KS gift certificates for
for Rosh Hashanah. Sisterhood also sponsored the the month of October. Below are the final results:
Yom Kippur Break-the-Fast Oneg. We want to thank all
of our volunteers who set up for Rosh Hashanah and Pre-K/K $762.50
especially those who helped set up seating for 185 for 1st/2nd $437.50
the Break-the-Fast. After the fast, many hungry people 3rd/4th $525
came through the buffet and a great time was had 5th/6th $587.50
by all. And why DO they call it a “Fast” when it seems 7th/8th $537.50
to go so slow? Total: $2850 !!
Thank you to Darryl and Pat Winer and company – for Great job!
the delicious baked goods for Rosh Hashanah and the
wonderful Blintzes for Yom Kippur. I am sure we will November’s meeting will be the annual pre-
partake in many more delicious meals in the newly Channukah Jewelry show. Come nosh, browse and
dedicated WINER CAFÉ. shop for those holiday gifts.
Sisterhood has developed the Mitzvah of the Month December we will be planning our 2nd Annual Mitzvah
(MoM) program. Each month will have a specific Day for April and getting ready for Channukah.
theme – Hunger, Child Health, Animal Rescue, etc – to
focus on, along with a corresponding Jewish Value – Remember, Sisterhood dues are only $20 for the whole
thanks to Rabbi Kaye for giving us the value to go with year! If you haven’t yet paid, bring dues to the
each monthly mitzvah. Below is the schedule of November meeting. We hope to see you there!
MoM’s, details of each month will be sent out at the
beginning of the month. Answers to the Trivia: 1. Ceil Lookner 2. Michele
Kayen 3. Irene Reeves
Watch the newsletters, website, emails and handouts
– we will be announcing the details of each Mitzvah of Pam Wertheimer and Michele Kayen
the Month. Sisterhood Co-facilitators.
CBS News November/December 2005 Page 5
CONTRIBUTIONS – YEAR END TAX collected 38 books, and Miss Mimi's and Shelly's class
collected 36 books. Also, a special thank you to Kira
PLANNING Gressman and her family for contributing many excellent
books to our own CBS library and for Israel.
If you itemize, you can lower your 2005 tax bill by donating
to charities. Donations made by check are deducted in the Our computer center is moving along with the additional
year that they are given, even though your bank account assistance from a new member of the congregation, Scott
may not be debited until the next year. You may also get a Nathanson, and again to Toby Bartlet for getting the ball
bigger “bang for the buck” by donating appreciated stock rolling. Additional thanks to Irene Reeves for contributing a
you have held for more than a year. You can deduct to full screen, and for everyone else for helping in starting this
market value and avoid paying tax on the capital gains. center. This is really a big job and we all appreciate everyone's
Funds donated to CBS will be used responsibly to pay our help in organizing and setting up this center.
increased energy bills, property improvements, our
mortgage loan, etc. As always, donations to CBS are fully Our N-scale model train set is close to completion. We are
tax deductible and are greatly appreciated. just putting the finishing touches on it this month. The train
will go all around the major cities of Israel. Our students will
be assigned the art work for it.
LIBRARY/DISCOVERY CENTER NEWS
Lastly, we have added to our Bible Story art gallery, two new
CBS has had a very exciting first half of the year. We have outstanding prints. One is by Israeli artist Raphael Abecassis
many new smiling faces in our classrooms and many new of "King David's Harp," and one is by Israeli artist, Amram
library readers. We are really growing lots of "bananas" on Ebgi, of "Jacob's Dream." Information about these artists is
our palm tree in our Discovery Center. Our reading program provided by their pictures. They have had interesting lives.
"Hang Out and Read," is just booming! Thanks to our school Our art gallery, for all our new (and old) members is located in
store, membership donations and the Molner Foundation, we the educational building, on the lower level, by the small
are able to provide many new and used books to our library. chapel. These two exceptional works are really something to
Many thanks to our teachers for involving our students in this see! I attended a special Israeli art show in Denver and
fun reading program. selected these two pictures. They come from the Safrai Fine
Art Gallery in Jerusalem. I hope you all like them. Let me
We will be starting this year two very exciting new projects. know. They were funded by the Lillian Molner Foundation,
One will be centered on the main theme, being the 350th with special thanks to Jim Barnard, Trustee, for assisting us
anniversary of the first Jews coming to America, and the with these purchases.
second will focus on a more in-depth study of a facet of
Judaism. I'm going to hold you in suspense for awhile. I will We welcome Marge Fisch to our library committee. And, and
be mailing out more details about these two projects this if anyone else wishes to help, please let me know. We can use
month. I'm sure you will find them most interesting and help with the school store on Wednesdays before Hebrew
somewhat challenging. school and after Sunday school. We can always use help in
the library. For more information just call me at (303) 791-
The library and school has had two very successful 6070.
assignments. One was to write or draw a picture on "How I
Would Make the World Better," and the second a book drive Have a very happy Chanukah time and many thanks for all
for Israel. Mrs. Weinberg's 3rd/4th grade Sunday school class your continued supportiveness and assistance.
had the most entries into that contest. Congratulations!
However, all the entries were excellent and it was wonderful Miss Mimi and the Library Committee
to see the responses to this important question. Many thanks
to George and Susie Cohan for judging all these entries (it
took them about 2 hours). All the entries will be on exhibit in
CBSNEWS ARTICLE SUBMISSION
our student lounge.
Contact Perry Eckerling if you have something you
We collected many boxes of books for Israel, and many would like included in the CBSNews or on the CBS
thanks to Elliot Troy for coordinating this special "mitzvah" website (www.CBSDenver.org). You can contact him
project. We are so lucky to have such energetic and caring at firstname.lastname@example.org, or call him at (303)
members in our congregation. The two top classes that 971-6695.
collected the most books were Miss Shannon's pre-k/k class
CBS News November/December 2005 Page 6
THE GREAT TOWER OF FOOD THANK YOU
We are building a TOWER OF FOOD this month as The following people donated to the General Fund:
part of our Mitzvah of the Month program. Our tower Elaine and Mel Cantor in Memory of Marcelo Behar
will start with canned goods on the bottom and Joan and Dave Banko in Memory of Jonnie Altman
proceed to non-perishable boxes toward the top. Qwest of Colorado on behalf of Rick Wertheimer’s
Please bring canned goods for the weeks of Nov 6, volunteer hours at CBS
13 and boxed goods for the weeks of Nov 20, 27. On The Molner Foundation continues to donate generously
Nov 27th - we will construct our tower at the school
and substantially to the purchase of educational
entrance. Keep your donations in your classrooms.
materials for our religious school and library as well as
The class with the most donations will be awarded a
prize. Let's see how tall we can build our fantastic for advertisements of our programs in the local press.
TOWER OF FOOD. Who thinks we can build it to the
top of the wall? The resulting donations will be given Thank-you to Principal Weinberg and our religious school
to Jewish Family Services. students for their recent donation to the American Red
Also, bring $1.25 for a Hunger Site bracelet to show
your support. We are giving 300 cups of food by The following people donated to the
buying bracelets. Sandy Gudowitz Memorial Education/Library Fund:
The Molner Foundation for advertising, school and
See the flyers around CBS for facts about hunger
Ceil and Bill Lookner in Memory of Michelle Weinberg’s
DONATIONS Mother and Aunt
Your charitable donation to Congregation Beth Shalom The following people donated to the Rabbi’s Fund:
will be acknowledged in the next issue of CBS news.
Your contributions are tax deductible and help us Ralph and Marjory Fisch in Loving Memory of Marcelo
preserve and expand our programs, school and Behar
synagogue. Please send donations to Dave and Joan
Banko at P.O. BOX 685, CASTLE ROCK, CO 80104 ATTENTION VETERANS
Siddur Sim Shalom ($25)
Herz Chumash ($30) From Jim Barnard,
General Fund Commander, Capt. Ellis David Greene Post 344
Sandy Gudowitz Memorial Education/Library Fund Jewish War Veterans of the U.S.A.
Rabbi’s Fund All veterans are invited to join the JWV. Our next
Other meeting will be Sunday, 13 Nov 2005, at 10:00 hrs, at
Temple Sinai. A bagels & lox breakfast will be available.
Please accept my donation in the amount of $________. Cost is $5.00 per person.
Personalized to say: For more information, call (303) 791-6114.
CBS News November/December 2005 Page 7
FOR THOSE IN NEED OF HEALING: Jan. 5 Teen Movie Night 7:00 p.m.
MI SHEBEIRACH Jan. 6 Shabbat Service 7:30 p.m.
Jan. 8 Men‟s Club/Sisterhood Meeting 10:00 a.m.
Jan. 15 No Religious School
Mi she-bei-rach a-vo-tei-nu
Jan. 20 Shabbat Service, Adult Education 7:30 p.m.
M'kor ha-bra-cha l'imo-tei-nu Jan. 28 President‟s Dinner 7:00 p.m.
May the Source of Strength
Who blessed the ones before us, Emergency number for Wed. and Sun.: 303 901-2902
Help us find the courage,
To make our lives a blessing RSVP:
And let us say, 'Amen.'
Presidents Dinner, Family Shabbat Dinners, Sukkot,
Father’s Day events:
Mi she-bei-rach I-mo-tei-nu,
M'kor ha-bra-cha l'a-vo-tei-nu Pat or Phil Klass 303 730-7131
Bless those in need of healing, Tu B’ Shevat Seder, Purim, Simchat Torah, Shavuot,
With r-fu-a sh'lei-ma Sukkot and other school events:
The renewal of body, Michelle Weinberg 303 791-6804
The renewal of spirit, Sisterhood events:
And let us say, „Amen‟ Michele Kayen: 303 290-8800 or
Pam Wertheimer: 303 221-1669
LEAH COHEN FESTIVAL OF JEWISH BOOKS AND Men’s Club and Passover events:
Darryl Winer 303 791-1088
CHAI and Sharing the Lights Discussion:
Nov. 27 - Dec. 18, 2005
at the Mizel Center for Arts & Culture, Ceil Lookner 303 773-0619
350 S. Dahlia St., Denver Young Judaea:
New Book Sales - Janet Smith 303 755 4333
JCC, 350 S. Dahlia St., Denver Teen Movie Night:
M - Th. 9:00 AM - 6:00 P.M. Aaron Klass 303 730-7131
Fri. & Sun. 10:00 A.M. - 3 P.M.
For more information: 303-316-6360
SCHEDULE OF EVENTS
Nov. 3 Teen Movie Night 7:00 p.m.
Nov. 4 Shabbat Service, Adult Edu. 7:30 p.m.
Nov. 6 Men‟s Club/Sisterhood Meeting 10:00 a.m.
Nov. 19 Caitlyn Kayen Bat Mitzvah 10:00 a.m.
Nov. 20 Sharing the Lights Discussion 5:00 p.m.
Nov. 23 No Hebrew School
Nov. 27 No Religious School
Dec. 1 Teen Movie Night 7:00 p.m.
Dec. 2 Family Shabbat Dinner 6:30 p.m.
Dec. 4 Men‟s Club/Sisterhood Meeting 10:00 a.m.
Dec. 10 Doniel Kaye Bar Mitzvah 9:00 a.m.
Dec. 11 Chanukah Breakfast / Bazaar 10:00 a.m.
Dec. 11 Rose Medical Center Chanukah
Celebration 10:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.
Dec. 21 No Hebrew School
Dec. 25 No Religious School
Dec. 28 No Hebrew School
Jan. 1 No Religious School
CBS News November/December 2005 Page 8
With the richness of tradition
and the promise of tomorrow,
we invite you to share this special moment
as our son
דניאל Doniel Gershon
becomes a Bar Mitzvah
On Saturday, December 10, 2005
At nine o’clock in the morning
9 Kislev 5766
Congregation Beth Shalom
6116 South Pennsylvania Street
Centennial, Colorado 80121
RSVP to Rabbi Jeff & Rhonda Kaye
By November 18 at:
In honor of this special occasion,
Doniel will make a contribution to Hadassah Youth Aliyah
Children at Risk Youth Village in Israel
Congregation Beth Shalom member Mickey Rovner has been the number one
sales representative at Burt Toyota for 13 consecutive years. Nationally and
regionally recognized by Toyota for sales and customer service excellence, he
guarantees a no hassle, pressure free experience and vows never to lose a sale
due to price. Call him at 303-250-2124 or 303-789-6525 for any auto or truck
needs, Toyota or other, new or used. He will donate $100 to the shul for any
vehicle sold to a Congregation member or referral. Just remember to say you
heard about him thru the CBS newsletter or from a synagogue member.
WANTED: U.S. Coins
If you or someone you know has a collection or estate of U.S. coins to sell, please call Bruce Goldstein.
I will give you a valuation and a fair offer. Thank you! (720) 641-5231
Sunday, November 6, 2005
10:00 a.m. to 12:15 p.m.
Sponsored by CBS Sisterhood
Variety of jewelry in all price ranges
Domestically-made and Israeli-made Jewelry
Get your shopping done early for Chanukah
Sunday, November 20, 2005
5:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.
Facilitator, Cynthia Heller
Babysitting available for children
R.S.V.P. Ceil Lookner by November 15, 303-773-0619 or CBLookner@aol.com