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Welcome back, returning students! And welcome to Evergreen for our new freshman and transfers!  We’ve got a lot in store for you this year, in addition to our Sukkot offerings.  Below, you’ll find a link to our newsletter which tells you all about upcoming events, including a chamber music concert in Tacoma, and the first 28 tickets are just $5 each!  If you’d like to attend, please email anneke@evergreenhillel.org immediately letting her know your interest, and confirmation.  The newsletter also includes information about some of our returning Board members, a registration form for you to fill out and give back to us, whether by printing it out, and giving it to Nikki in the Student Activities office, or emailing it to hillel@evergreenhillel.org, and information on other exciting activities we have in store for you!

The start date for Read Hebrew America has changed however, due to a leadership conference the Board has been invited to.  We will be starting October 15th, at 4pm, and it’ll likely be in Sem 2 E2105, followed by a shabbat potluck!  If you’d like to be involved in Read Hebrew America, or attend the concert, please let Anneke know immediately! RSVP by October 1st at the latest. Send mail to her at anneke@evergreenhillel.org and if you’re going to be involved in the Hebrew program, please include your full name and address, as our sponsors would like to verify that each of us truly exists. (Though I personally think that’s a relative statement, especially when you get Greeners involved.)

Fall 2010 Newsletter

Please be sure to thank the Chabad Jewish Discovery Center in Olympia for their generous donation of our Sukkah for the year, as well as Temple Beth Hatfiloh for our lulav and etrog sets.

Best wishes for a healthy, happy New Year,

Anneke

Shalom y’all,

Going on RIGHT NOW in Seattle, with one event in Tacoma, is the 15th Annual Jewish Film Festival! Check out the website for it @ http://www.seattlejewishfilmfestival.org/ To see the entire film program, click here. Get your tickets fast, some films are selling out! The Film Fest runs through March 21st.

“AJC Seattle Jewish Film Festival:
“The World Through a Vibrant Lens”

The annual AJC Seattle Jewish Film Festival (SJFF) is an 10-day international cinematic exploration and celebration of Jewish life, culture, identity and history. Jewish film festivals are one of the most popular expressions of Jewish culture today, providing unparalleled opportunities for moviegoers to plumb every aspect of the Jewish psyche and experience.

SJFF uses the magical medium of film to both entertain and educate the Jewish and general communities about complex issues facing Jewish people and world communities alike, while challenging conventional perspectives. SJFF also strives to build bridges of mutual understanding between diverse groups by creating forums for engaging in respectful dialogue about timely subjects and concerns. By viewing “The World Through a Vibrant Lens,” SJFF audiences also gain profound insight into the universal human experience.

Founded in 1995, SJFF has grown dramatically in size and reputation into the largest and most highly anticipated Jewish cultural and arts event in the Pacific Northwest. From humble beginnings in Seattle’s 100-seat Grand Illusion Theatre to the 800-seat Cinerama Theatre today,SJFF welcomes some 8,000 attendees from across the Greater Seattle area. The Seattle Weekly praises SJFF as the best ethnic film festival in our region, with a breadth and quality second only to the Seattle International Film Festival. Screenings are supplemented by guest speakers, providing a dynamic forum for dialogue with actors, filmmakers, academics and expert panelists from near and far. In recent years, SJFF offerings have included musical and comedy performances, curated exhibits and thematic educational opportunities and special events.

Moviegoers cast their ballots for Best Feature, Best Documentary and Best Short Film, with winners receiving the SJFF Audience Choice Award on Closing Night.”

In Pesach news, Temple Beth Hatfiloh has graciously invited us to their Community Seder on the 2nd Night of Passover, Tuesday March 30th. For Non-Members of the congregation, tickets are $25/adult, $15/child, with additional children being $10 each. A portion of the proceeds will benefit MAZON: A Jewish Response to Hunger. This is a potluck, so please bring a dish per guidelines below.  If you would like to sit with Hillel at the Seder, please RSVP to Anneke no later than Noon on March 17th (next Wednesday) to ensure a space.  She will be in the Hillel office from 11 AM to 1 PM on Wednesday.

TBH Seder Info and RSVP Form

TBH Seder Info and RSVP Form

TBH Community Seder Guidelines

TBH Community Seder Guidelines

There is a Channukah party down at Temple Beth Hatfiloh and Hillel has volunteered to cook latkes and we need volunteers to help cook them. The party is on the 12th of December and we would start prepping at 3PM. If you are interested, please respond ASAP. Meet in front of the temple at 3.Jonathan Levy-Wolins and Anneke Moffitt
Coordinators of Evergreen Hillel

Josh Levine
Community Advisor to Hillel

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Feel free to contact the coordinators or community advisor with any questions or if you have any ideas for events that you’d like to see via email or Facebook message.