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12-13 Tammuz Men's Farbrengen

In honor of Yud-Beis/Yud-Gimmel Tammuz there will be a Men’s Farbrengen at Chabad Lubavitch Center on Thursday, June 28 at 9:00 pm.

For more information on 12-13 Tammuz see: http://www.chabadtexas.org/calendar/view/day.asp?tdate=6/28/2007

Engagement L'Chaim - Grinshtein

We are happy to invite the community on
 this coming Motzei Shabbos for a 

Melavah Malka/L’Chaim in Houston
for the engagement of
Shira Kazilksy and Aron Grinshtein 

at the home of
Avigdor and Devorah Grinshtein
10806 VickiJohn Circle
at 9:30 pm. 

A Dairy Buffet will be served. 

Anybody who would like to share a good Bal Shem Tov story is welcome to prepare so we can have some fun in our celebration and good stories this coming Saturday night.

In their honor a Light Kiddush will also be served this Shabbos Parshas Balak, after davening at 10 am.

Mazel Tov Schwartzs!

The Chabad family extends a hearty "Mazal Tov!" to:

Danny & Danya Schwartz upon the birth of a baby girl! Mazel Tov to the grandparents, Arie & Marlene Schwartz and Joel & Roberta Iriwn! 

May we only share in simchos!

Mazel Tov Simanis!

The Chabad family extends a hearty "Mazal Tov!" to:

Yisrael & Cheryl Simani, upon the engagement of their son Guy to Peique Kanoff of Miami Beach, Florida!

May we only share in simchos! 

Mazel Tov Katz Family

The Chabad community extends a heary Mazel Tov to Benny & Valerie Katz upon the birth of a baby girl!

 

May we only share Simchos!

Bris of Baby Boy Chen

 The bris of the baby boy of Moshiko & Anat Chen will be held at Chabad Lubavitch Center Friday, June 15 at 8:00 am.

 

May we only share simchos!

Yossi Fishman's Upshernish Invitation

 

Condolences & Shiva Info - Schwartz

The Chabad community extends our sincere condolences to David Schwartz upon the passing of his mother,  Clara Schwartz, a”h.

David will sit shiva in S. Louis and can be reached starting on Sunday at 713-369-6064

May we only share good news.

Hamokom Yenachem eschem Besoch Shaar Avaylay Tzion VeYerushalayim.

From Life to Life: Loss and Mourning in Jewish Tradition

Mazel Tov Chens!

The Chabad community extends a hearty "Mazal Tov!" to:

 

Moshiko & Anat Chen, upon the birth a baby boy!

 

May we only share simchos!

 

Pregnancy & Birth on ChabadTexas.org/woman

TDS Exciting Preschool Program for 18 mos- 4 yr olds

Torah Day School is proud to announce a new Enrichment Program.  Directed by Mrs. Chanie Lazaroff, Fun with Foreign Folkways, will give the preschoolers a head start in geography and world travel as he or she explores the cultures and the people of the world. Guests, native to the specific country studied, will visit the classroom to present first-hand information.

Through the global economy, the internet, and more, the world has become a smaller place.  Torah Day School Early Childhood Center’s curriculum will broaden a child’s horizons to encompass the world’s varied countries and cultures. Departures will be from ‘Torah Day School International Airport’ regularly.  All travelers will celebrate on Fridays with a Shabbat party in an exotic location!  Passports will be stamped for entry to each new country (child-created suitcases will be in hand). Student travelers will follow an itinerary of education and fun.  ‘Tour’ lengths will vary depending on the country we’re visiting.  Destinations include: Africa, Alaska, China, Egypt, England, France, Israel, Italy, Persia and Russia.

Harvard University’s Dr. Howard Gardner theorized that there are (at least) eight learning intelligences, and each child has his/her own unique blend.  A child will connect with, and experience, an otherwise distant place through song/music, literature, art, drama, puppetry, cuisine, dance and movement indigenous to that country satisfying all the intelligences.

Let’s take a visit to Africa for an example!  The classroom will be transformed into an African jungle. The students will go on a safari to the African savannah as our scientific learners compare hot and cold objects. Through dramatic play, the students will transform themselves to animals wearing an assortment of masks. The literacy corner will be filled with an assortment of jungle/safari books, which the students may read at their own leisure. They will also write postcards to their friends and relatives back home, describing their ‘travel’ experiences. Developing their language skills, the teachers will focus on new vocabulary words. The children will practice interpersonal skills as they greet each other with a hearty “jambo” (hello). The ever popular ‘Catch the Snake by the Tail’ will advance gross motor skills and practice on a real bongo drum will help develop rhythm. The students will imitate the teacher’s sounds with their own movements, and will create their very own bongo drums. The budding musicians will enjoy the elephant’s special song inviting his friends to come and play with him. As an open-ended art project, the students will practice their fine motor skills by gluing their own jungle collage.  Even snacks will incorporate the theme. After an exhilarating visit to Africa the weary travelers are ready to pack suitcases, mount the Jeep and head back to the airport.

Fun with Foreign Folkways is scheduled for take-off beginning August 27th, 2007.  Daily departures are scheduled for: 8:45 am – 12:00 noon or 2:15 pm. (boarding at 8:00 am). Extended flights (2:15-3:45 pm) are available. 

Torah Day School Early Childhood Center’s program offers a varied and stimulating program for 18 months through four-year-old children. A unique combination of general and Judaic education through the interrelation of subject material emphasizes Judaism's relevance today.  Torah Day School Early Childhood Center’s belief of teaching the whole child is most successful when there is a partnership between the parents and the school.  Monthly parenting workshops, active parental involvement and regular progress reports strengthen the child’s achievements.  For reservations, rates and gate information please call: 713-777-2000 or visit www.tdshouston.org

 

3 Minyanim needed!

There are three minyanim needed this evening at different locations in the community. Please post on the community bulletin to which minyan (Wolf, Greenberg or Golding) you intend on attending!

Please register for a minyan by adding your "comment" (IN THE APPROPIATE MINYAN POSTED) below!

After a minyan has reached ten, please add your name to another one!

Wolf: 8010 Candle Lane

Greenberg: 7711 Claridge

Golding: Chabad Lubavitch Center

 

Golding Minyan - Sunday Evening

Please add you name to the comments if you intend to attend this GOLDING minyan and with how many adults.

If this minyan is complete, please do not add your name, rather choose another Minyan.

Thanks!

Greenberg Minyan - Sunday Evening

Please add you name to the comments if you intend to attend this GREENBERG minyan and with how many adults.

If this minyan is complete, please do not add your name, rather choose another Minyan.

Thanks!

Wolf Minyan - Sunday Evening

Please add you name to the comments if you intend to attend this WOLF minyan and with how many adults.

If this minyan is complete, please do not add your name, rather choose another Minyan.

Thanks!

Condolences, Funeral (TODAY) & Shiva Info - Wolf

The Chabad community extends our sincere condolences to Gadi (& Hava) Wolf and Manny Wolf upon the passing of his mother, Adina Wolf, A”H.

The funeral will be held, today, Sunday at 2:30 pm at the Beth Jacob Cemetery off of TX-288 South.

Shiva will be observed at the Wolf residence, 8010 Candle Lane

Mincha & Maariv, Sun.-Thurs.: 8:00PM.

May we only share good news.

Hamokom Yenachem eschem Besoch Shaar Avaylay Tzion VeYerushalayim.

From Life to Life: Loss and Mourning in Jewish Tradition

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