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Our Mission: We will engage our community with a modern spiritual, educational and social Jewish experience that uplifts our lives.

Our Vision: To be an inclusive, connected and expanding Reform Jewish community.

Our Goals: Torah, Tzedakah, Tikun Olam 

 
 
BingoJan2018Bingo Night at Temple Israel
Saturday, January 20, 5 p.m.

How much fun is BINGO?! Join us for a fun night of playing the game that never gets old. Mark your calendars and make it a date. Bring friends and plan to make new ones as we have fun together on a Saturday night at Temple Israel. We will begin with Havdalah together to end Shabbat, followed by kosher hot dogs, chicken salad, and chicken nuggets. Please bring a dessert to share. Afterwards we’ll enjoy an evening of Bingo! Prizes will be awarded to the winner of each game. Cost: $5 per individual, $15 per family. Please RSVP to Temple Israel, 402-556-6536, by Tuesday, January 16. 
 

Purimbashetidings
Saturday, February 24, 7 - 11 p.m.
Let’s have a Purim party for grown-ups! New this year, Temple Israel is hosting our inaugural Adult Purim Bash: Not Your Kids’ Carnival. Please join us as we celebrate Purim with Esther, Mordechai, Vashti, Haman, and King Ahasuerus. Each character will have a signature drink and a station for games and activities. There will be a costume contest with prizes to delight your inner child, and your adult sensibilities will be pleased to enjoy the open bar, heavy hors d’oeuvres, and professional DJ. This bash is the place to be! This event is for adults only (21+). Cost is $18. RSVP online by Tuesday, February 20.
 
 
spaghettidinner2018

Now Requesting Donations for the 
OTYG Spaghetti Dinner & Auction
Please consider contributing to our annual Spaghetti Dinner Auction! Proceeds will support Camp Rainbow, a camp for kids with cancer and other blood-related diseases, along with funding youth activities. Some auction item ideas include: gift certificates, event tickets, jewelry, Judaica pieces, artwork, venue day passes, and gift baskets (movies, pet items, toys, spa kit, kitchenware, etc.) Do you know of a business that might donate? Here is a letter you can give them explaning everything. Please contact Director of Youth and Young Adult Engagement Aliyah Lasky, 402-556-6536, for more information. Also, remember to add the Spaghetti Dinner & Auction to your calendar! On Sunday, March 4, 5 - 8 p.m., join us for great food, amazing live and silent auction items, and friends and family to share in this wonderful event. Interested in volunteering?
​Please contact Aliyah Lasky.​

 




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