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Hazak

HAZAK provides programming and activities for TBS members who are 55+. Meetings are usually the third Thursday of each month at 1 pm with occasional Sunday morning or evening programs to enable those who are working or otherwise scheduled to participate.

HAZAK aims to complement TBS' Adult Education Programs with additional social, educational, and spiritual activities. HAZAK also reaches out to other congregations in our region for joint activities and programming. Our mature adults continue to learn and to be a vital part of the TBS and South Jersey communities.

For more information contact HAZAK President, Charles Goldstein.

 

Order your 2020 Mah Jongg Cards

$8/standard card
$9/large card
Send a check to TBS Sisterhood or purchase online HERE.
Deadline is January 20, 2020.
Contact Zelda Greenberg with any questions.

Upcoming Events

 

Dr. Martin Rosenberg Introduces Varieties of Expressions in some 20th Century Jewish Artists

Thursday, December 19 at 1 pm

Dr. Rosenberg, Professor Emeritus of Art History and former Chair of the Department of Fine Arts at Rutgers-Camden, has a longstanding interest in the complex inter-relationships between art and Judaism. He and Susan Isaacs organized the national touring show Visions of Place: Complex Geographies in Contemporary Israeli Art.

Refreshments will be served. The meeting is open to the community.
Hazak members: FREE   Guests:$10
For more information please contact Naomi Schimmer.

Hazak Shabbat

On Saturday, January 11 at 9:30 am Hazak members will participate in and lead the service. Stay and enjoy a delicious Kiddush with friends. Please consider participating in our lovely annual event. We will need all sorts of help from Torah readers (parsha Vayechi) to someone standing Shomer. Let us know of your interest and you will be assigned a Torah reading or a part in the service. Cantor Cohen and Alvin Stern will help you prepare. There are also opportunities for volunteers to help plan the Kiddush. Please contact Bernie Epworth with your request or with questions about the parts that need to be filled. Thank you for your support!

    

2019-20 Calendar

October 17 - Opening Lunch with educator and musician Phil Bruschi presenting The Brylcreem Boys: Singers of Early Rock & Roll
November 13 - Hazak on the Road to the Katz JCC Arts, Books and Culture Festival
November 21 - Kathy Kaplan presents Sojourns and Synagogues: Mongolia and its Jewish Connection
December 19 - Dr. Martin Rosenberg presents Varieties of Expressions in Some 20th Century Jewish Artists
January 11 - Hazak Shabbat
January 12 - Joint program with Sisterhood - Paul Groom presents From the Birth of Rock & Roll to the British Invasion
February 13 - Camp Ramah in the Poconos Director, Rabbi Joel Seltzer, discusses Solomon Schechter's masterful essay Zionism: A Statement
March 19 - Tom Stretton reveals the back stories of Man of La Mancha
April 19 - The Bob & Estelle Richter Hazak Fund presents a special performance by Naomi Miller - A Musical Review From Klezmer to Broadway
May 21 - Historian Marty Schneit introduces The Ziegfeld Girls
May 31 - Hazak on the Road Spring Trip to NYC with licensed tour guide Jon Goldstein. Experience the Gilded Age, visit the Upper East Side and Central Park. Special surprises will delight you. Details will be announced.
June 18 - Closing lunch with re-enactor Linda Kenyon - A Life of My Own: Meeting Eleanor Roosevelt

Wed, December 11 2019 13 Kislev 5780