CBT MITZVAH DAY

The Beth Torah, Aleza Myer Memorial Mitzvah Day April 22, 2018

For every season, there is a time to give, unite and make this world a better place.

Although Congregation Beth Torah members are busy all through the year performing mitzvot, we pick one day to bring the entire congregation - from bubbies to tots - together to perform mitzvot throughout the community and in our own building. It's a great day to work with old friends, meet new people and have a wonderful time while helping others!

Please note, this counts as a regular day of religious school!

  • Families - please pick an activity for all of you to do together!
  • If you choose to stay in the building you are welcome to rotate through the on-site options throughout the morning.

Please sign up as early as possible. Letting us know of your event preferences by April 12 will allow us to better plan for breakfast and Mitzvah Day activities.

Unless otherwise noted, activities are appropriate for all ages.

Schedule for the Day
8:30 a.m. Breakfast at CBT
9:30 a.m. Mitzvah Day Kickoff T'filah
9:50 a.m. Off to make the world a better place!

Date: 04/22/2018 (Sun.)

Time: 8:30am - 12:00pm CDT

Location: Congregation Beth Torah

Created by:  Beth Torah
 
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Help build a bucket garden! We’ll need creative people to decorate buckets using Sharpies. We’ll need handy people to use drills and saws to finish preparing the buckets for use at both CBT and Village Shalom.

On-site [Make sure you wear clothes that can get ink on them!]

 
13 slots filled - more available
  Andie Neuman
  Eva Steiner
You might want to have some ellison cutouts to use for tracing
  Beth Cox (5)
1 adult 4 kids
  Sharon Altman
  Cindy Garfinkle
  Jim Decker (4)

Clipping coupons for military families.

On-site

 
8 slots filled - more available
  Diana Hurst
  Cassie Raskin (2)
Cassie and Josh
  Boyd Bolter
Until 11:10 then Men's Group
  Miccole Bowen (4)
definitely 3 of us, maybe all 4

Making homemade pet treats for animals in shelters.

On-site

 
30 slots filled - more available
  Emily Kerstein (4)
1 adult, 3 kids
  Krista Gordon (4)
Our family will work on this together or adults can go to another spot if needed.
  eileen kershenbaum (3)
All of us!
  Alice Capson (2)
  Michele Frumkin (5)
  Stacy Rope (3)
and Danielle and David
  Heidi Boehm (2)
Me, Alyson and Carly
  Anna Francesca Garcia (2)
Delilah Rose Garcia and Anna Francesca Garcia (her mom) will be there. Our participation is in loving memory of our recently passed dog, Ella.
  Jennifer Forman-Wright (2)
Jen & Liv
  Rachel Ommerman (3)
For as long as Sam will do it.

CBT Handy Andy Projects: Help with interior painting and miscellaneous repairs around Beth Torah (Ages 10+) (10)

On-site

 
6 of 10 slots filled
  Teresa Hellman (2)
  Irene Goldstein
Martin
  Lisa Siegel (3)
Steve, Izzy and I will be happy to help.

Protein-Bar Packing: Create high-protein snacks for on-the-go snacking for those suffering from food insecurity.

On-site

 
10 slots filled - more available
  Gloria Elyachar
  Matthew Elyachar
  Steve and Marjorie Cooper (2)
  Genna Stowe (4)
  Barb Mendelsohn
Will be there at 930 am
  Brandi Fisher
Shoshana Fisher

Soulful Soup: Create delicious soup mixes at Beth Torah for winter care packages to help feed and warm those in need of a meal. (8)

On-site

 
6 of 8 slots filled
  Bonnie Swade
  Debbie Bass (2)
If you need to move us to do something else, ok
  Kathleen Stone
  Linda Zappulla
I can be moved if necessary.
  Carol Ducak
I can help with deliveries

Bookworms! Join Elaine Tobias in the Sader/Shimkin Chapel/Library to catalog, sort, and shelve books.

On-site

 
4 slots filled - more available
  Gloria Pitler
  Irene Goldstein
Irene
  Beth Oberman
  Brandi Fisher
Stella Roodman

Welcome bags for refugee families: make cards and package items for young people new to Kansas City!

On-site

 
14 slots filled - more available
  Karen Loggia (4)
  Stefanie Benson-Hebberd (3)
  Robert Milgrim (2)
  Jordan Patt-Rappaport (3)
  Brandi Fisher (2)
Brandi Fisher, Jonathan Raymond

Gardening in the Mitzvah Garden: Get dirty in the community Mitzvah Garden and help with spring planting. [Early session- 8:00-10:00] (25)

Off-site - Religious School learners must be accompanied by a grown-up to participate in this activity.

 
7 of 25 slots filled
  Mitchell Krasnopoler
  Adrianne Metcalf (4)
We will be here with our kids!
  Samantha Hammontree
  John Lantos

Gardening in the Mitzvah Garden: Get dirty in the community Mitzvah Garden and help with spring planting. [Late session- 10:00-12:00] (25)

Off-site - Religious School learners must be accompanied by a grown-up to participate in this activity.

 
All slots filled
  Henri Goettel
  Sarah Gordon
  Rachel Siegel (3)
  Scott Latman (4)
2 adults, 2 kids
  Elizabeth Lenz (5)
Drew, the kids, and me so... 5 in all
  Shari Womack (4)
At least myself Azia and Alex. Put four as I am unsure of Zane's schedule yet. He may attend.
  Miki Herman (3)
  Stephen Steigman (4)

JFS Extreme Rakeover: Help with yard clean up at Jewish seniors' homes in the community. Bring your own bags and supplies

Off-site - Religious School learners must be accompanied by a grown-up to participate in this activity.

 

Playing Games with Village Shalom Residents

Off-site - Religious School learners must be accompanied by a grown-up to participate in this activity.

 
10 slots filled - more available
  Zach Zwibelman
  Amy Kane (3)
kids and I, possibly Shawn too
  Alex Kolb (2)
  Julia Kheyfets (4)

Supermarket Scavenger Hunt

Off-site - families go together to purchase items for the JFS food pantry and return them to Beth Torah.

 
4 slots filled - more available
  Ellen Merrill
  Cindy Shames (3)
We will arrive about 10:15


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