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THIS WEEK AT ADAT SHALOM:
Friday, February 24: Kabbalat Shabbat Service begins at 7:15 PM.
Saturday, February 25: Shabbat Service begins at 9:15 AM.
Sunday, February 26: Morning Minyan begins at 9:00 AM.
SAVE THE DATE
Friday, February 24: Fifth and Sixth Grade Dinner beginning at 6:00 PM, followed by a Shabbat Service.
Saturday, February 25: Junior Congregation, 10:30 - 11:30 AM, followed by a snack.
Thursday, March 9: Hamentashen Baking, 9:30 AM - 4:00 PM. Come in any portion of the day to help bake. Please RSVP to Judy Caine by March 3.
Saturday, March 11: Purim Megillah Reading and a Purim Speihl,"The Wizard of PersOz", performed by our Religious School players at 7:00 PM. Followed by Punch and Hamentashen in the Social Hall.
Sunday, March 12: Purim Carnival following Religious School, 11:00 AM - 12:30 PM.
Tuesday, March 14: Sisterhood Book Club will meet at the home of DeDe Fink at 7 PM to read the book, "The Fortuneteller's Kiss" by Brenda Serotte.
Friday, March 17: Third and Fourth Grade Dinner beginning at 6:00 PM, followed by a Shabbat Service. RSVP to Patti Boring. Sunday, March 19: J-Serve for all community teens. 8:30 AM to 1:30 PM at the Squirrel Hill JCC. Register soon to guarantee your site choice. http://jccpgh.org/J-Serve
Students! Going to College?
College Scholarships ave available through the Central Scholarship & Loan Referral Service of the Jewish Federation of Greater Pittsburgh. Scholarships are based on demonstrated financial need.
Trip to Israel - Student Scholarship
The Zionist Organization of America (ZOA), Pittsburgh Branch
has scholarships available for travel to Israel. High School students entering their junior or senior year are eligible, as are undergraduate and graduate students.The deadline for applications is February 28.
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Students learn the hand sign for "tree" in Sign Language as they say the blessing over the "fruit of the tree".
Third Graders perform a Tu B'Shevat skit emphasizing the importance of trees to all life.
Let the races begin! Religious School students demonstrate their knowledge about trees and then enjoy relay races.
A tree fruit tasting is a delicious way to celebrate Tu B'Shevat.