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Brotherhood and Sisterhood’s Hike

Have some fun, get some exercise. No experience necessary. Led by Lisa and Todd Litman. Reservations are required. February 6, 2022 at 8:45 a.m. Reservations are required. Meet at Anaheim Elementary School, 6540 Serrano, Anaheim Hills The hike starts 9 a.m. sharp! Lots of parking at the site REGISTER Deadline to register is 2:30 pm […]

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The Sons and Daughters of TBS: Celebrating Our Blessings!

TBS Brotherhood Speaker Series: Sons & Daughters Stories Attorney, doctor, digital music entrepreneur, deputy chief of staff to a senator — it makes a Jewish mother proud, or any parent for that matter. Temple Beth Sholom Brotherhood continues its annual speaker series with: TBS Proud Sons & Daughters Stories REGISTRATION: Be sure to register for […]

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Movie Group Discussion: Little White Lie

Sunday, February 6, 2022 at 10:30 AM Via Zoom REGISTER HERE Join us for a stimulating movie and discussion group! Since there are so many good, provocative and “energizing” movies to stream from our homes, let’s get together via Zoom, for discussion and dissection. Our first selection is “Little White Lie”, available on Amazon Prime […]

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A Musical Afternoon with Cantor Reinwald

Join Cantor Reinwald and the ever-talented, Los Angeles based JAC string trio, for a relaxing afternoon filled with some of his favorite songs.Sunday, March 20, 20223:00 PMin the Sanctuary REGISTER Tickets General Admission – $36/personSponsor (Reserved Section) – $54/personBenefactor (Reserved Seat) – $118/person Ticket sales begin soon. the JAC String Trio The JAC Trio are: […]

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Homelessness in Orange County 2022

February 27, 2022 10:00 – 11:30 in the chapel. The TBS Social Action Committee invites you to a presentation by Atty McLellan of United to End Homelessness. An Orange County where every person receives a quality education, is financially stable, is healthy and thriving, and has a place to call home. United Way‘s 3 key initiatives […]

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ECC Vegas Night “Mask”erade

We look forward to a productive, healthy, and joyful start to the new year. Unfortunately, due to the significant increase in the number of people infected with the Omicron variant, and with the health of our families as a priority, we have decided to cancel our Vegas Night gala event. While we are disappointed, it […]

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Tu BiShvat

Tu Bishvat “Can You Dig it” program planned for January 16 is canceled due to Omicron surge. Dear TBS, Though we are saddened to have to cancel our “Can You Dig It?” Tu BiShvat programming, we can still celebrate the New Year of the Trees by supporting our ECC garden. The on-campus garden is tended […]

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A Talk with Author Linda Frank

Author Linda Frank, who has had a life-long interest in Jewish history, will be incorporating a presentation that will include her novels and the process in developing them. Friday, January 21, 2022 after the Shabbat service Linda has retired from a career in business. In addition to her novels, she has published business and travel […]

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Brotherhood Pancake Breakfast

SATURDAY, DECEMBER 25, 2021 10 am to 11:30 am. Join Brotherhood for the Annual Pancake Breakfast. Along with our pancakes we also have our raffle with some amazing prizes. This year you could win Angel tickets, candy packages, Chemers Gallery certificate and a myriad of other prizes, which will include tickets to various Southern California […]

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