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The Charlotte Jewish News - September 2012 - Page 9
Judaism Comes Alive at The Jewish Preschool on Sardis
What better way to learn about the
Jewish Holidays than to experienee
them first hand. At the Jewish
Presehool on Sardis, Judaism and the
holidays are eelebrated in so many
ways. Take a peek into our world
through these photos:
Rabbi Groner shows the JPS
students a shofar and
demonstrates all the sounds
it will make on Rosh
Evan Samantha Barrett makes
her own round raisin challah for
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The 4s class looks on as the Bee Man
shows them how honey is made.
Max Hoody is assisted by CJDS student
Jacob Carbuto in making a Sukkah
cookie during a special Sukkot trip to
the Charlotte Jewish Day School.
Daniel Ben-Yohanan, Corey Margulis, Bamert enjoys
and Amitai Lapidot-Boaz enjoy lunch in c ance to s a e a
their classroom Sukkah. m the
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Early ChiEdlvDod QeMlepnwit & J&wlih Dluovary
Molly Kosofsky waves her
flag while dancing with
her Torah on Simchat
Torah Fun Day.
Rabbi Groner shows the JPS
students a real Torah and
allows each child to give it a
David Epstein’s Speech at CJDS
(Continued from page 8)
are lower and I am sure that they are more likely to give their ehildren
a Day Sehool edueation and repeat the eyele.
“What we are saying is this — it does not matter whether you live in
Atlanta or Florida or up north or anywhere else outside of Charlotte —
when you support the Charlotte Jewish Day Sehool you are providing
for the future of Judaism; you are giving our Charlotte ehildren a start
but where the ehildren of Charlotte end up living it is not possible to pre
diet. The point is that the Charlotte Jewish Day Sehool is not only about
Charlotte — it is about the future health, strength, and vibraney of our
“Our Day Sehool has many opportunities whieh you may support.
And within the next few weeks, we hope to be able to announee a
matehing program whieh will allow us to leverage some gifts by an
“Don’t hesitate to eontaet me or Gale Osborne, our Development
Direetor. We are here to answer any questions you have.
“Let us end with a quiek eonfession. We have two grandehildren here
in Charlotte. They both went to the Jewish Presehool on Sardis but their
parents made edueational ehoiees for them whieh did not inelude the
“However, that has not stopped Aleen and me from taking ownership
of the sehool. We see the Charlotte Jewish Day Sehool as our best
opportunity to preserve our Jewish future.
“Please join us in this effort.”^
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