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Super Sunday is this Sunday!  As always, the Minneapolis Jewish Federation urges you to join your community to raise the funds needed to change lives and make the world a better place.  The Super SundayPhone-a-Thon is the biggest, most impactful phone-a-thon of the year, and the federation needs us there!  Super Sunday will be 8:00 am - 6:00 pm, February 22 , at the Sabes JCC.  Bring your family & make a day of it!  Make calls, take a fitness class, do a tzedaka project, and more.  Use the JCC facilities before and after you make calls.  For more information, contact Alyssa Huck, 952-417-2323, ahuck@mplsfed.org, or Evan Stern,952-417-2335, estern@mplsfed.org.
Join us at Agamim Classical Academy's next free fun family eventwhere thespians from Harmony Theatre allow your children to take center stage through an interactive theatrical workshop.  Parents will have the opportunity to ask questions of Executive Director Morton and apply for the 2015 school year.  Register for this free family event atwww.agamim.org/family-event.html Sunday, February 22, 4:00 - 5:30 pm, Agamim Classical Academy, 1503 Boyce Street, Hopkins, MN 55343.
5775 is a Shmita year.  During Shmita, land lies fallow, debts are forgiven, and slaves are released.  Today, we see our society struggling with an environment out of balance, overwhelming debt, workers without sick leave, and massive gaps in wealth and income.  So we ask: what can Shmita teach us about tikkun olam -- repair for ourselves, our communities, and the world?  Adath Jeshurun Congregation (10500 Hillside Ln. W.) and Jewish Community Action presents How Much is Enough?  How can our choices influence the environment and economy?  Featuring practical breakouts on food, energy, and the economy.  This Sunday, February 22, 10:30 am - 12:30 pm.

On March 1, 3:00 - 5:00 pm, in Joppa Apt. building, 2888 Joppa, there will be a going away party for the Schwartz family as they will be going back home to Detroit.  If you have questions, call Annette Walder, 952-928-3966.