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Wed. March 14th – Speaker
“My Week Cleaning Out the Israeli Army’s Garage”
New Hampshire resident Darren Garnick spent a week living and working with Israeli soldiers on a non-combat base near Tel Aviv.
As a participant in “Volunteers For Israel,” he got a behind-the-scenes look at IDF life and a chance to express Jewish solidarity with fellow volunteers from around the world.
Darren will discuss this experience in a photo slideshow and share how you can have a similar adventure to support Israel in a more personal way that you’ll never forget.
Temple Israel 66 Salmon St. Manchester, NH
Doors open 6:30pm, Program 7:00pm
Free to attend with refreshments.
AND… Pick up some Run for Healing postcards to give your friends.
I bumped into my friend Gordy, gave him a card and learned his dad died of ALS and he wants to help.
AND… They are beautiful! See below…
Wed. March 28th – 2nd Annual Run for Healing Meeting. Temple Israel 66 Salmon St. Manchester. Free. Refreshments.
Sun. April 8th, 3PM – Film showing “Mr. Connelly has ALS” at Southern New Hampshire University
Wed. April 11th – 2nd Annual Run for Healing Meeting. Temple Israel 66 Salmon St. Manchester. Free. Refreshments.
Sun. April 22nd – 2nd Annual Run for Healing Meeting. Temple Israel 66 Salmon St. Manchester. Free. Refreshments.
Wed. April 25th – “Why They Left” Diane Covert discuss “why they left”, pogroms that drove so many Jews from Russia in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. (Approximately 75% of American Jews today trace their ancestry to refugees who fled these pogroms.)
Sat. May 19th – NH4Israel Book Club at Etz Hayim Synagogue, 1+1/2 Hood Road, Derry, NH Book TBD (send suggestions to NH4Israel@gmail.com)
Wed. May 23rd – TBD
DON’T FORGET TO BUY THE BOOK!
POSTPONED: DATE AND TIME TBD
“THE PRIME MINISTERS”
by Yehuda Avner
The first 50 years of the state of Israel written by a man who served four successive Israeli Prime Ministers, the giants of their day.
It is the story of the life struggle of a new nation, small in territory, poor in natural resources, surrounded by enemies, absorbing vast numbers of penniless immigrants from the Holocaust in Europe and from Arab and Muslim lands, and at the same time to sustain an army capable of defending – in war after war- its vulnerable citizens. The Prime Ministers is a precisely crafted prism through which to view current Middle East affairs.