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    Lotte Meyerson Tikkun Olam Committee Updates December, 2019

    Rekindling the Lamp: Hanukkah and Children’s Issues  Adapted from rac.org Submitted by Sam Hausfather At the moment of rededication, the Maccabees relit the ner tamid, the eternal flame in the Temple.  Because it is perpetually lit, the ner ...

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    Czech Memorial Sefer Torah at CBHT

    This is #347 of the 1,564 Sifre Torah rescued from Czechoslovakia after WWII and restored at Westminster Synagogue, London, England.  It is on permanent loan to Congregation Beth HaTephila from the Memorial Scrolls Trust.   It ...

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    Tikkun Olam Is A Verb

    Artist Elana Kann of Asheville has created the sculptureTikkun Olam Is A Verb.  She and her sister Sheella Mierson lovingly gifted it to the Temple in honor of their parents Lotte & Seymour Meyerson and in ...

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    New Art at the Temple

    We are delighted to announce that Lynn and Pat Patton Grimes, in memory of their parents, Marilyn and Buddy Patton, donated a marvelous piece of art to the Temple. The work, a woven fiber mosaic, was ...

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    Family Tradition at CBHT Spans Six Generations

    Family Tradition at CBHT Spans Six Generations I  was fortunate to be born and raised in western North Carolina. My roots in Asheville date back to 1898. Six generations of family have called Asheville home. Living ...

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    CBHT —Giving from the Heart

    CBHT —Giving from the Heart By Gail A. Manheimer I have always felt our Temple represents an extension of our home, a welcoming place for us to pray, meditate, study, sing, find fellowship, make new friends and ...

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    Mitzvah Tree

    Mitzvah Tree
    Mitzvah Tree by Meg Winnecour

    CBHT Religious School is so fortunate to have the beautiful artwork of Meg Winnecour!  In celebration of our awesome children, Meg has painted a beautiful Mitzvah Tree, on which we will hang out Mitzvah leaves full of Torah, Avodah and Gemilut Chasadim!



     

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