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Cong. Beth Israel Sun City Center

Special service: On Friday, Feb. 17 at 7:30 p.m. the congregation has invited Father Tracy Wilder and his congregation from St. John the Divine Episcopal Church in Sun City Center to join in a special Shabbat service. During the service Rabbi Phil Aronson will explain prayers when necessary and there will be a question and answer session, then an oneg, after the service. The two congregations have always had strong ties and this service is aimed at strengthening those bonds.

Baking class: A baking class with Sandy Z will take place in the social hall on Thursday, Feb. 23 at 10 a.m. The group will make thumb-print cookies. Participants will be asked to pay a fee to cover the cost of ingredients. Sign up for the class on the synagogue’s bulletin board.

Live and learn: This is a new program offering a different speaker each month. Kicking things off will be Dr. Emil Isaccson, a wellknown genealogist who will speak on “Getting Started in Genealogy: The No-Nonsense Approach,” on Monday, Feb. 27 at 2 p.m.

Book talk: The Beth Israel Book Club meets on the fourth Tuesday of the month at noon in the social hall. Participants are asked to bring a lunch and join in a discussion of the book for that month. The next meeting is on Feb. 28 and the book is Sashenka by Simon Montefiore.

Money matters: The Men’s Club invites women to join in its annual Ameriprise meeting on Wednesday, Feb. 29 at 3 p.m. at Circles restaurant. Enjoy a meal and hear from Ameriprise Financial officials on money matters. Sign up at the temple bulletin board or call Steve Belsofsky at (813) 634-6013.

Murder mystery: The Beth Israel Sisterhood and Pelican Players will present “The Murder at Watersdown Mansion,” during a high tea luncheon on Tuesday, March 6 at noon at the King’s Point North Clubhouse banquet room. Tickets are $15 and Sisterhood friends are welcome to attend. Members should dress in their finest and, if they have a favorite teacup and saucer, they should bring them. To RSVP, contact Robin Kitzmiller at (813) 654-9154.

Rummage sale: The synagogue’s rummage sale will he held on Tuesday, March 13 from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Collections of items for the sale will take place on Sunday and Monday, March 11-12 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Items needed include clothing, housewares, linens, toys, knick knacks, small furniture, lamps, pictures and small electronic devices if they are less than a year old. Those who want to participate can sign up at the congregation’s bulletin board. For more information, call Pearl Birnbaum at (813) 633-5981.

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