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Endowments & Legacy

On Shabbat, May 11 2019/Parashat Kedoshim 5779, Beth Sholom formally launched its Endowments & Legacy program.   

As we look to continuing our growth and paving the way for our future, there is a piece of that future which has been missing – and that is an Endowment Program.  

The Endowment and Legacy Program seeks to solidify the long term financial health of BSCTT.  This program allows participants to have their money leveraged and distributed over time. Participation in the Endowment Program is a donation that keeps giving.

Our program launched with with a special tribute in honor of Mr. Sidney Sclar z'l. Mr. Sclar, z’l, a local businessman who passed away in 2018, left a substantial bequest to Beth Sholom; in appreciation of that bequest, the Administrative Offices have been named in his honor.   

Information about our Endowments & Legacy program can be found by clicking here (bethsholom.org/legacy) or by emailing legacy@bethsholom.org.

Upcoming Events

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  • Saturday
    May  25
     
     
    Farewell Shabbat for Rabbanit Fruchter

    Shabbat, May 25th 12:00p to 2:00p
    Bring ruach and your good wishes as we say l'hitraot to Rabbanit Fruchter. Shacharit at 9:00 AM, Kiddush to follow. Details about contributing to the memory book coming soon.

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  • Monday
    Jun  3
    Beth Sholom Book Club
    Monday, Jun 3rd 7:30p to 8:30p
    Have you read a good book? If so, please consider letting the Beth Sholom Book Club know at our next meeting Monday, June 3, 2019, 7:30 p.m. in Chuck’s Room within Beth Sholom. Contact Miriam Bader, miriam.d.bader@gmail.com for more information. Everyone is welcome!!!

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  • Thursday
    Jun  13
    Team Tov - Glenstone Museum Visit
    Thursday, Jun 13th 2:00p to 5:00p
    Team Tov will be visiting Glenstone Museum on Thursday, June 13 from 2:00-5:00PM. The Museum is a privately owned contemporary art museum on 230 acres of beautiful grounds with outdoor sculpture and two indoor facilities of contemporary art. Please note that wearing comfortable walking shoes is necessary to cover the vast expanse of the Museum. Parking is free. The event is free and registration, by Evite, is required for the limited number of tickets available. Until June 1, registration is limited to Beth Sholom members. For information about registration: www.teamtov@bethsholom.org. For more information about the art, landscape and architecture of Glenstone Museum please visit www.glenstonemuseum.org.

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  • Saturday
    Apr  25
     
     
    Shoah Shabbaton

    Shabbat, Apr 25th (All day)

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  • Saturday
    May  2
     
     
    ISRAEL Shabbat

    Shabbat, May 2nd (All day)

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Quick Links

Program Book 5779 (2018 - 2019)

This year's Program Book is online!  

You can access it as a PDF document.

Thu, May 23 2019 18 Iyyar 5779