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The Charlotte Jewish News - August 2015 - Page 4
Levine-Sklut Judaic Library and Resource Center
Applications for the 2016
Jewish Federation of Greater Charlotte
Impact and Innovation Fund
are now available.
The Jewish Federation’s impact and innovation
Fund distributes grants that are intended to
inspire individuais, organizations, synagogues,
and agencies to provide innovative and
impactfui engagement opportunities for the
greater Chariotte Jewish community.
For more information or to receive an
application, please contact the
Federation office, 704.944.6757
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OF GREATER CHARLOTTE
From Sinai to Seinfeld
Are you considering furthering your
Jewish education? Are you looking for
teachers who will challenge you to think
outside the box? Then The Florence
Melton School of Adult Jewish Learning
is what you’ve been looking for. With
new class offerings, there is something
Classes begin mid-September. Regis
tration is now open. Sign up today.
Registration for fall classes and course
information is available at www.lsjl.com
under the Melton tab. 4
Books for All
The Levine-Sklut Judaic Li
brary and Resource is very proud
to provide books for the whole
community. There is a lot to be ex
cited about this summer from the
* The library has distributed
over 1,000 gently-used books to
the students and parents of
Shalom Park Freedom School.
Students are thrilled to select their
own books to keep forever
through the “6 Weeks! 6 Books”
* Everyone loves to read while
relaxing around the pool. This
summer, the Library has set up
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pool. There are lots of wonderful
things to read and all for free.
* Children of all ages are en
joying the library’s summer
reading challenge program
called Read Like A Pirate.
As children read books, they
discover where the treasure is
on their puzzle map and they
win prizes from our amazing
* Can you believe that the
Levine-Sklut Judaic Library
provides 21 story times per
week during the summer?
* New books arriving
every week. Please come see what
the library has to offer you this
Library volunteer Bob Jacobson
with a Freedom School scholar.
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