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Havdallah with a Maven
What: Then and Now: Approaches to Landscape Photography
When: Saturday, February 16th at 7:00 pm
Where: Adult Education Room at First Presbyterian Church
Our own Alyson Belcher will present contemporary landscape photography and the historical foundations from which it evolved. She will connect the history of photography with contemporary photography through a discussion of photographers’ techniques and intentions.
Please bring a nosh and/or beverage to share. For questions, please contact Mel Siegel at email@example.com.
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From Rabbi Johanna Hershenson
Dear TBT Friends, We need to talk. Really talk. I don’t know about you, but I am finding that several of my core values have come into conflict since the Tree of Life Synagogue shooting in Pittsburgh.
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On January 13, Rabbi Johanna, Kerrie Zurovsky, Rabbi Jay and Dr. Ron Schutz, president of Shalom Bayit, welcomed children, teachers and parents back from break. Recently TBT engaged Bend Patrol Services to provide a security guard at our Community Religious School and Mike, a former Reserve Deputy Sheriff and a guard at the Bend Downtown Library, took his post at the school. He will become a familiar face through the end of the school year. Shalom Bayit is helping to cover the costs incurred and implementing some additional measures to further secure the building.