Our Annual Dinner Dance & Journal Fundraiser
On the evening of Sunday, June 23, we will fete
Tracy Makow and Ann Powell for their many years of dedicated service to our shul. Download additional information about the Dinner Dance, our Honorees and how to take out an Ad here, and then download the Commemorative Journal Ad form here. Or better yet, click here now to submit your Commemorative Journal Ad online!
We’re aiming for 100% participation, so watch for your invitation and ad form in the coming weeks and learn how you can get involved. Congratulate our wonderful honorees; celebrate the accomplishments and milestones of your own family and friends; think about the neighborhood businesses you patronize and ask them to take out an ad. And, of course, join us for the party on June 23!
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Make Someone’s New Year Extra Sweet!
Send honey to friends and family for Rosh Hashana to benefit our Synagogue and Hebrew School. Katelyn’s Honey will send an 8 oz jar of honey to each recipient with Holiday Greetings and the words “All proceeds benefit Kane Street Synagogue,” as well as a label indicating that the gift is from you!
Download the order form here and return it with your payment by June 10th to Kane Street Synagogue.
Contact Sarah Berger at email@example.com or 718-246-3965.
Watch a New Video About Kane Street’s L’Tzedek Service Learning Program
Kane Street’s Zoe Martin del Campo and other members of the Miftan class are featured in this 3-minute documentary by the Coalition of Innovating Congregations. Zoe has been an active member of the Miftan class and an enthusiastic participant in our L’Tzedek service learning experiences. Zoe and Kane Street Synagogue were chosen as the subject of the film out of some 18 congregations because our program is exemplary. Every month Zoe and her classmates put their Jewish learning to work in different projects near and far.
A Message from Kane Street Synagogue President Harry Chevan
Dear Fellow Members:
In accordance with the attached election procedures, I have appointed a Nominating Committee consisting of Tracy Makow as chairperson and Charlene Visconti, Laurie Lieberman and Al Romano to propose nominees for the positions of Trustees and Officers of the Congregation. As set forth in, and subject to the election procedures, any synagogue member may volunteer to be nominated, or may be nominated by any other member (accompanied by a written acceptance by the nominee) in a letter directed to me. In the alternative, a synagogue member may contact any member of the Nominating Committee directly. All nominations must be received by the Synagogue office or a member of the Nominating Committee no later than 5:00 p.m. on Wednesday May 1, 2013. Nominations may be e-mailed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Annual Meeting of the congregation will take place on Sunday, June 16, 2013 at 7:00 p.m. at which voting for Trustees and Officers will take place. All officers are elected for a term of one (1) year, and Trustees are elected for a three (3) year term. A trustee must be a member for two years at the time of the annual meeting.
You will receive a notice in advance of the meeting listing the names and brief biographies of the nominees. Votes may be cast at the meeting in person, or prior to the meeting by proxy. I encourage all members to get involved in this process and we look forward to your participation.
If You Missed the Auction,
Don’t Miss These Great Salons
The auction is over but you can still support Kane Street Synagogue while spending time with fellow congregants, learning Shakespeare, playing poker or having a few cocktails in the company of friends! Visit the KSS Salon Website and reserve a spot at any of the wonderful salons hosted by members of the KSS community. Your friends will be there and fun will be had by all!download video games