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During Temple Beth Am’s Annual Meeting in June, Bruce Cohen (now the Board’s immediate past president), shared with those who attended that the board offered me a five year extension to my contract, and I humbly and excitedly accepted. I would like to thank the leadership and the congregation of TBA for your continuous support and trust.  

Why Join Us For Shabbaton? Top Seven Answers

Q. What does camping have to do with Judaism?
A. One of the greatest lessons of our tradition is the importance of being grateful. We’re not grateful for the extraordinary victories and rare accomplishments, but rather for the everyday miracles. Being out in nature opens our eyes to God’s most precious gifts:  life, beauty, family and friends.