FVJN ENews February 7, 2017
Shabbat Evening Potluck!
Friday, Feb. 10, 6:30 – 8:30 pm at FVJN
Please bring a dish to share.
RSVP to: email@example.com
NEW: FVJN Playgroup!
Sunday, 2/19, 10 am at FVJN. Free!
Geared for littles ages 3 and under, but all children are welcome.
There are lots of assorted toys at FVJN. Feel free to bring a snack, and we’ll play and hang out and visit! This is not a drop-off.
If planning on coming or have questions, contact Rachel: firstname.lastname@example.org. See you there!
Feb. 21: Out of the Shoebox, by Yaron Reshef
FVJN Book Group Meets Tuesday evenings at 7 pm.
All are welcome! Questions? Contact Mikey@fvjn.org.
Friday Flicks • Movie Night!
Friday, Feb. 24, 7:00 pm
“From this Day Forward”
At the UUSG, 110 S. Second St., Geneva.
Free and all are welcome. Snacks are provided and discussion follows the film.
Volunteer at NIFB!
Join us for a fun-filled morning, four times a year, when we volunteer at Northern Illinois Food Bank in Geneva.
Our next date will be April 22.
To sign up please email Alysa: email@example.com.
Mitzvah Dinner to Lazarus
FVJN invites you to help host monthly dinners at Lazarus House in Geneva. If interested, please contact Lisa Foydel at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Welcome to the world:
Danielle Dobies had a girl!
Lily Pamela Casali
Mazel too to the new family!
Send your announcements to email@example.com.
2/10 – 6:30 pm Shabbat Evening Potluck
2/19 – 10 am Playgroup
2/21 – 7 pm Book Group
2/24 – Friday Flick @ the UU
2/26 – FVJS
3/1 – Lazarus Dinner
3/5 – FVJS
3/8 – Board Mtg
3/10 – 6:30 pm Shabbat Evening Potluck
3/19 – FVJS
Please visit https://www.fvjn.org/donate/ or send your donation to:
FVJN • PO Box 346 • Geneva, IL 60134.
Thank you for your support!
• Prairie Jewish Youth •
Want your kids to meet other Jewish kids in the area? Check out exciting events for students in 5th – 12th grade! Open to ALL Jewish teens.
Get all info here: http://prairiejewishyouth.weebly.com/
• Congregation Etz Chaim •
2017 Artist in Residence Weekend March 3 – 5
Featuring Rabbi Noam Katz