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Jewish High Holidays at Temple B’Nai Shalon

Paul Scheiner

The recent Jewish High Holy Days were recently celebrated at the Village’s Temple B’nai Shalom. Temple B’nai Shalom is a non-denominational, egalitarian, Jewish congregation dedicated to preserving Jewish traditions and providing a welcoming socialenvironment. Congregants participate in our Friday night services led by Cantor

Gary Sherman, as well as a variety of holiday celebrations and social &

educational events.

Our services and events are open to all at CVE as well as the surrounding

community. Services can be enjoyed in person at the Activities Center or via zoom

and we welcome family and friends to celebrate with us.

We recently started “munch and learn” sessions presented by Cantor Gary

Sherman. Bagels, cream cheese, coffee, tea, and pastries are served. These classes

are free, but donations are always welcome. If you enjoy theater shows, we have

recently attended the Broadway musical “Rent” at FAU and “Young Frankenstein”

at the Willow Theater. Our trivia and “family feud” (temple tumult) games have been a lot of fun.

In addition, we will be going on a Caribbean cruise in March;

over thirty cabins have been secured so far on the NCL Joy. Come join us and participate in our fun, social and spiritual activities. Membership is open to all who wish to support the congregation and participate in its offerings. Both full time Floridians and snowbirds are welcome. If you are interested in becoming a member or finding out about upcoming events, please contact either Sheila Sims (954-421-7445) or Paul Scheiner (630-452-1131).

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