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The Hull Reform Synagogue - Ne've Shalom

   

Chairman's Report

 

Shalom,

 

We have had another busy month at Ne've Shalom. Our Erev Shabbat Services continue to be well represented by members and friends attending the Services. Thank you for your support.

 

The Purim Service, held on the evening of 20 March 2019, was led by Ian Sugarman. As is our tradition, members of the congregation acted and read character parts from the Megillat Esther. We have got some truly amazing up and coming stars. As part of the evening's celebrations, we also held a fancy dress competition. Our team of highly qualified judges, Audrey and Henry did the scoring, whilst Veronica completed the score board. At the final count, we had three overall winners for best dressed, Ian, Sarah and of course myself as Fred Flintstone. The winning trio went home with splendid mug each. Thank you to all who took part, you all looked amazing too, and thank you all for attending this lovely evening.

 

On Sunday 24 March, we had another fantastic film afternoon at the Shul. This time we showed the film "Yentl" and provided free pop corn and snacks for the guests attending.  Keep an eye out for our next film afternoon in the Shofar Shalom.

 

We still have a few tickets available for this year's Communal Seder 5779. Further details can be found on page 3 of our newsletter. Don't forget the 'early bird' saving.

 

Although Brexit did not happen on 29 March, there was another milestone happening on the day, Malcolm Rosenberg, our Senior Warden, has now retired from work after many years working. On behalf of all the members, I would like to wish Malcolm a long and happy retirement. We can now fill your spare time with some added duties in the Shul.

 

I would like to wish Helen a happy 50th Birthday for 2nd April, as this saves me buying a card!

 

On a sad note, I have to report that we recently lost one of our Friends from the Shul, Olive Rosner. On behalf of everyone at Ne've Shalom, I wish Olive's family a long life. She will be missed by many of us,

 

 

Finally, don't forget that we continue to hold our Friday Night Services every week at 7.00pm and our Shabbat Morning Services at 10.30am on the first Saturday of the month.

 

 

 

 

Ne've Shalom
Great Gutter Lane
Willerby
Hull
HU10 6DP