Annual Congregational Meeting
Wednesday, June 17 - 6 pm
- Brief reports from our committee chairs
- A grateful Thank You to our outgoing officers and trustees and a warm welcome to our new officers and trustees
Hope to see you there. We need a quorum for a meaningful meeting. It is your Temple!
Sunday Summer Speaker Series
June 14 - 7pm
Omar Atia, Executive Director and Imam
Islamic Center of Evansville
"One Community, One Message"*
*tickets are free, but required for this event. Reserve your tickets by going to eventbrite.com and entering "Summer Speaker - June 14, 2015"
Also this summer:
July 12 - Charles L. Berger, Esq.
"How a Silk Purse Can Become a Sow's Ear"
August 9 - Richard M. Moss, MD
"A Cancer Surgeon in Asia"
Each presentation is free of charge with light refreshments to follow. Please call 812-477-1577 to make reservations or if you have questions.
Message From the Rabbi - June 2015
Shalom to one and all! In many congregations, things slow down in the summer and there is little to report on or get excited about; not here at TABI. As you look through this bulletin, you will see lots of new programs and happenings over the course of the month of June and throughout the summer.
This month we transition from the presidency of Marc Fine to the presidency of Davena Day. While I will thank Marc publically at the annual meeting, I want to thank him in this space for all he has done over this past year.
Marc stepped up to help the congregation through this second year of transition. He gave his time, his wisdom and his energy to helping make our congregation vibrant and healthy and he did a great job. I am thankful for his leadership, his wisdom and his friendship. I look forward to a new chapter in the life of TABI with the vitality, creativity and caring leadership that Davena will bring to us – it is an exciting time for our congregation
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