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In case you couldn't make it to last Tuesday's Darchei Noam class on Amos, which we discussed via Skype last Sunday with the Berman Shul in Rechovot, Israel, you can see a video of Rob Portnoe's presentation on our web site.  For the video, as well as the upcoming schedule, look here.
Our next evening to serve dinner to the residents of St. Stephen's Homeless Shelter is next Monday, November 30.  We need five cooks (tuna, egg, potato salads; veggies; fruit or cookies), and four servers.  If you can help with this important and rewarding project, please let Lee Snitzer know, jsrulke@aol.com or 612-366-1175.
Super Sunday is coming up soon!  This major community fundraiser will be held Sunday, December 13, 9:00 am - 6:00 pm, at the Sabes JCC.  This is a critical event for our community, and they really need our help.  Please go to http://jewishminneapolis.org/supersunday to sign up as a volunteer.  Make sure they know you're representing Darchei Noam!
Save the date for the Darchei Noam Chanukah dinner, 6:00 pm, Sunday,December 13, the last night of Chanukah.  More details to come.  (Come on by after you're done volunteering at Super Sunday!)
Calling all Darchei Kids!  On Sunday mornings, grab a friend or sibling and come for davening with the Darchei Noam minyan at 8:00 am, followed by refreshments.  Questions?  Contact Miriam Garland atmrmgarland@yahoo.com.  We look forward to seeing you!
Composting Update: We have come a long way since introducing our composting program.  There is still a little confusion about exactly what is compostable.  In order to try to make that clearer, we are temporarily going to remove our social hall recycling bins and focus on identifying what is compostable ("organics").  The rest will be trash, for now.  (Kitchen helpers can recycle there.)  Please take a moment as you toss your Kiddush items, and look not to what is in the bins, but to the items taped to the wall above each bin, to guide you.  By taking 5 seconds to direct your disposables correctly, we can move even closer to total compliance with the program that assists us in caring for our earth.

Free transportation to the MSP airport if you are on your way to Israel!  Please call Marshall Mintz at 952-927-0081 or e-mail tommintz02@gmail.com to arrange a free trip.
NCSY Highlights:
  • Minneapolis NCSY, BBYO, JSU Joint Chapter ShabbatonDecember 4th-5th in St Louis Park. Stay tuned for more details.