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Scholar in Residence -Teen Dinner

 Shabbat Dinner for Families of Pre-B'nai Mitzvah and Teens+ (Parents & children)
Fighting Anti Semitism: How to Build Our Communities in the Face of Hate
Friday, March 13, 2020 following Kabbalat Shabbat services that begin at 6:30 pm

Rabbi Francine Roston is our Scholar in Residence, March 13 - 14, 2020. A co-founder and Rabbi with Glacier Jewish Community/B'nai Shalom, serving the Jewish community of the Flathead Valley in northwest Montana, Rabbi Roston is a teacher of the Community Resiliency Model, helping to create trauma informed and resiliency focused communities.

During dinner on Friday night, March 13, 2020, Rabbi Roston will present Fighting Anti Semitism: How to Build Our Communities in the Face of Hate. During this talk and conversation, Rabbi Roston will share her story from winter 2016/2017 when her family and community were attacked by neo Nazi Cyber-Terrorists and there was a threat of armed Nazi march through the town.  

This dinner is open to and designed for families with children 6th grade and up (through High School and College Students in town).

Members: $36 per person. Maximum charge per member family: $150.

Non-members: $45 per person. Maximum charge per family: $180
We want every member family to be able to join us for this fun evening; so, financial assistance is available for member families who cannot afford to attend - please contact Malkie Grozalsky.
Tue, February 18 2020 23 Shevat 5780