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Bruchim Habaim “Partnership 2Gether” IDF Delegation 2017!
We extend a warm welcome this Shabbat to Cpt. Ariel Ratner and Lt. Ely Halevy, members of this year’s P2G IDF delegation from our Israeli sister city, Rechovot.  We look forward to hearing from the officers Shabbat morning following kiddush.
 
Monday, May 1  Yom Hazikaron / Yom Ha’atzmaut
6:30 pm Special Mincha, followed by Yom Hazikaron tekes and talk by Maayan Levy, who served as an officer in Tzahal during Operation Cast Lead.  7:15 pm festive Yom Ha’atzmaut Ma’ariv followed by refreshments.
 
Social Action Grant – Your Ideas Wanted.  Last Chance!
Our community is the beneficiary of a generous grant to pursue social action projects.  The Social Action committee will meet Wednesday, May 3, 7:00 pm to discuss projects on the table, and all new possibilities brought to the meeting.  All Darchei Noam members are encouraged to attend and bring their ideas and interests for projects to be explored.  Please share your thoughts with Raleigh Kent, Rabbi Davis, or other members of the team.
Shabbat, May 20 – Havdalah & Reception for Rechovot Delegation
An Israeli delegation from our sister city, Rechovot, will be joining us for a special Havdalah reception.  Mindful that the hour is late, please make an extra effort to join us in welcoming the delegation.  Ma’ariv at 9:25 pm followed by Havdalah & reception at approximately 9:35 pm
 
Shavuot is approaching, and Kids’ Torah Jam is back!  During first afternoon of Shavuot, we gather as a community to hear our youth share words, songs, and expressions of Torah of all shapes and sizes.  Rabbi Davis is available to consult with kids (or parents) who would like a little help in terms of ideas or delivery.  Time TBA, and yes, there will be jam.
 
Members: Really early notice, but the Darchei Noam annual meeting is scheduled for Sunday, June 11, 9:00 am.

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.