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Archive for November, 2007

This is a really cool article from today’s New York Times. Young Jews all over the country and changing the way people think about shul and creating a whole new generation of talented Torah readers. It really is cool to go to shul.

We will be having this extravagant dinner at Lea’s house. This is not a potluck, but is actually sponsored by Hasbara, and there will be an entire spread of Kosher food.

Lea’s house is at [information removed for privacy]. Since it’s not on a bus route, there will be a carpool leaving the A-Dorm loop at 6:15.

Free kosher food, multitudes of Jews, you can’t go wrong. See you all there.

Being Jewish in Olympia is an opportunity to meet some local Jewish figures and get to know them over delicious dessert treats. Yes, it’s a dessert potluck, so bring something tasty and eat dinner before you come.

The event happens in Seminar II B3105, which is a student lounge. Our guests will be Rabbi Seth Goldstein from Temple Beth Hatfiloh, Chabad Rabbi Cheski Edelman, and Jim Shulruff, a local Maggid.

See you there.

This will be our first Shabbat Dinner off campus, but it isn’t that far. It is hosted by Kai, who is not directly affiliated with Hillel, and is a great opportunity to meet Jews outside of the Evergreen community.

Following the 41 bus route (from campus), Kai’s house is shortly after you turn left onto 28th Ave (which becomes Division later). The address is 2639, and it’ll be on the right side of the road if you’re coming from campus. The festivities will begin at 8pm. Please bring a vegetarian dish or a kosher meat dish. RSVP with what you’re bringing to

See you all there.

Just making an announcement, our next Shabbat Dinner is coming next week. More details will be released as they are made available.