Each generation adjusts to challenges; Sisterhood collects items for foster families

By Patty Lewis

Another year has passed. Generation after generation will repeat the question, “Where did the year go?” and each generation will reflectively ask, “I wonder what kind of life past generations lived?”

But we have work to do to help the the current generation. Borrowed Hearts is a new organization that is working with foster families. They need help from the community.

Sisterhood will collect items for foster families need, such as clothing and personal items. Some of the foster children arrive with no possessions. A greater need exists in the community than many of us may realize.

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URJ Biennial delivers entertainment, energy and promise of new Temple programming

By Betsy Frank

Dick and I just returned from the Union of Reform Judaism Biennial in Boston. This is the first time we had ever attended. What an experience it was!

The sessions were very informative, from Hebrew Union College Dean and Rabbi Jonathan Cohen’s text study on family life to a live taping of On Being with Krista Tippett.

The energetic and spiritual Shabbat services were like nothing I had ever attended.

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