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Register here for our

Outdoor Spring Fling celebration

All Haverim of every generation are invited to celebrate CBH’s 60th, the last day of Religious School, and offer farewell hugs to Rabbi Greg in the Redwood Grove, as we share in a nosh, shaved ice, and sounds of Rabbi Greg’s favorite “Le Jazz Hot” quartet from Oakland!

NO CHARGE – ALL ARE WELCOME!

Noon to 3 p.m. in the Redwood Grove, 1715 Anderson Road, in Davis.

 

Thank you

for your support and participation in our 60th Anniversary and Farewell Celebration in honor of Rabbi Greg’s 27 years of service

Thank you from the CBH at 60 campaign, for helping us plan for this free, outdoor event with your haverim.

This event is free and ticket-less

Please assist us in planning for our Outdoor Spring Fling by letting us know your preferences and expectations, below.

Thank you for taking time to assist us. Please, don't worry if this duplicates some of the information you gave us on the main CBH at 60 registration page.

Name ("head of party")(Required)
Specify number of individuals attending - FREE of charge to all CBH Partners
Please enter a number from 1 to 14.

Nosh and Dessert

Please note that we will provide one lunch and dessert per individual. Your total needs to match the number specified above.

Lunch includes one hot dog (kind is indicated below), one lemonade, and one bag of chips. Dessert includes one Kona Ice (flavors will be what's available on the day of the Fling).

If some, or all, of your party will be bringing their own nosh and do not want a lunch or dessert, just omit them when you use the pull-down menus below.

Although the ice will be flavored, we don't know in advance which flavors will be available, or whether available flavors might run out before the last "Flinger" is served.

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