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The Yeshiva of Minneapolis presents its 4th annualExcellence in Education Golf Tournament, August 22, at
Oak Ridge Country Club.  Enjoy a day of golf at the beautiful courses at Oak Ridge Country Club, and support a great cause - education!  Teams of four (all male, all female or mixed gender) will play 18 holes of golf with the opportunity to win great prizes.  Sign up as a team of four or as an individual and be placed on a team.  Golfers of all skill levels are encouraged to play.  It will be a wonderful day of networking, socializing and fun!  Cost per player is $250.  Registration deadline is Monday, August 8.  To register or learn more about sponsorship opportunities, go to www.yofm.org and click on events.  For more information, contact Rabbi Shlomo Kutoff at 651-356-9605, or
Rimon: The Minnesota Jewish Arts Council, an initiative of the Minneapolis Jewish Federation, is now accepting Project Support grant proposals in its autumn round of funding for arts-related projects.  Grants will provide limited financial support up to $3,000.  Deadline for submission is September 2, 5:00 pm.  In addition to financial support, Rimon may provide accepted proposals with additional assistance.  For a project to be considered, it must meet Rimon's mission and its goals.  Rimon seeks to promote and enhance Jewish identity through arts and culture, support arts and artists who broadly explore Jewish themes, and to assist the greater Jewish community in developing a collaborative involvement with the arts.  To obtain an application and proposal guidelines, visitwww.rimonMN.org.  For further information, contact the Rimon office at 952-381-3449 or rimon@sabesjcc.org.
World Without Genocide's The White Rose Exhibit: Students Resisting Hitler, a photographic exhibition that tells the story of an underground campaign led by a group of students at the University of Munich, who wrote, published, and distributed leaflets denouncing the Hitler regime, is on display Tuesday, July 12 through Wednesday, August 31 at Mitchell Hamline School of Law (875 Summit Ave, St. Paul).  For more information, email info@worldwithoutgenocide.org.
The Kosher Spot and Prime Deli are sending coupons and notices about weekly specials in their emails.  If you'd like to receive these notifications, call Prime Deli (952-303-5813) or Kosher Spot (952-217-4355), or just stop in!