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Creating Friendship at Bet Haverim
When Mar 15, 2015
from 05:00 PM to 07:00 PM
Where Social Hall
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Creating Friendship at Bet Haverim

March 15, 2015

During the community engagement conversations that we have been having at Bet Haverim, we have consistently heard that people are interested in joining a Havurah. We have listened and are planning on forming new Havurot! Please take a few minutes to respond to this survey if you are interested in joining a Havurah, or if you are a member of a Havurah that is open to new members.

Free admission. Please email Betsy or call Leah in the office at 530-758-0842 to let us know that you will be attending. Babysitting is available with advance notice – please let us know if you will need babysitting by March 12.

For more info: community engagement flier mar 2015

Calling All CBH Activities and Groups!

There will be an Activities Information Table at our upcoming Community Engagement event, “Creating Friendship at Bet Haverim,” to be held on Sunday, March 15 from 5:00 PM – 7:00 pm in the Social Hall.

We invite all CBH committees, activities and interest groups to participate in this Activities Information Table by providing 10 – 30 copies of an informational hand-out or flyer to be placed on the table. If interested, bring your copies to Leah in the CBH Office by Friday, March 13.

Questions?? Contact Sarah Pattison at

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