Long time congregant Neil Meyer will be presented with the 2017 Shem Tov Award at the Adath Jeshurun Annual Meeting on Sunday, June 11 at 10:30 AM.
The Shem Tov award is given to a congregant who shows a depth, breadth and diversity of service to Adath; an individual who contributes to or enhances the spirituality of the Adath Jeshurun community; someone who is an example to which others can aspire and who creates transformative change for our community.
Neil was awarded the Shem Tov award for his many accomplishments including shepherding the coming together or B'nai Emet and Adath Jeshurun Congregation. He also was a force on the Kerev Committee and a former Human Resources VP. Neil also taught the Shabbat Morning Program (SMP) and has has hosted the Downtown Study group for years. When asked to serve, Neil never says "no."
Please join us at the Adath Jeshurun Annual Meeting on Sunday, June 11 at 10:30 AM. The meeting is free and open to the public. Please let us know you're coming, email firstname.lastname@example.org
At Adath Chesed Shel Emes Cemetery on Monday, May 29
Memorial Day and Holocaust Remembrance will be observed on Monday, May 29 at 10:30 AM at the congregation cemetery, Adath Chesed Shel Emes. The cemetery is located at 3740 Winnetka Avenue North in Crystal.
Twins Ezra and Adeev Potash were not musical prodigies. They didn’t start playing a musical instrument when all their grade school friends did. They picked up the trumpet and trombone in sixth or seventh grade. They don’t quite remember. And they didn’t come from a musical family. “Our dad is tone deaf,” Ezra said.
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