The Heilicher Minneapolis Jewish Day School and Temple Israel invite parents and local community members to an evening withDr. Ken Ginsburg, a pediatrician specializing in resilience in children and adolescents. Dr. Ginsburg’s program,Resilience in Action: Raising Children and Adolescents Who Are Prepared to Thrive, will address resilience and how his 7Cs Model of Resilience gives parents practical strategies to foster resilience and raise children to thrive. Tuesday, May 31, 7:00 pm, Manny Fingerhut Auditorium, Barry Family Campus. RSVP byFriday, May 27, email@example.com.
Jewish Family and Children’s Service of Minneapolisinvites you to its 106thAnnual Meeting and Volunteer Recognition, celebrating the power of people who work together to bring new possibilities to thousands of people in our community each year. Tuesday, June 14, Beth El Synagogue,6:30 pm– reception,7:30 pm– meeting. RSVP byFriday, May 27,952-417-2157orwww.jfcsmpls.org.
Annette Walderinvites the community to herwedding! Annette and Zev Greenfield will be marriedWednesday, July 6, at the Minneapolis Yeshiva, 3115 Ottawa Ave. S. Kabolas ponim at2:00 pm, chupah at3:00 pm, buffet reception to follow. RSVP to Annette,firstname.lastname@example.org,952-928-3966. Mazal tov!
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don't know where to turn for help, they call
Jewish Family & Children's Service.The Information and Resource Connection (IRC) staff has a thorough
knowledge of resources in the Jewish and general communities. They assist
people with the initial steps toward seeing a counselor or other helping
professional, and often manage much of the emergency financial assistance
available through JFCS. Clients are assessed and directed to the
appropriate services, e.g. counseling, L'Chaim Senior Services, Crisis
Intervention, etc. The need for both services and financial assistance has
increased substantially. IRC received approximately 3,600 calls in 2007
and 4,300 calls in 2008. During the first quarter of 2009, calls were up
150% over past quarters. Callers include not only those in chronic poverty
or crisis, but also more people "like you and me" who are now struggling.
remain at the current
times, day of the week,
and locations: 8:15
Monday morning at Perrie
Kutoff's house, or other
location to be announced
ahead of time, or, the
Engleson home, 9:15 on
Monday evenings. These
groups are for the good
of the community, not
necessarily for cholim.
For those that
responded, thank you for
doing so and hopefully
you will be able to join
one of the groups some
of the time. For
contact Perrie Kutoff at
952-926-6329, or Corinne
Klatzko at 952-922-0341.