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    The Lotte Meyerson Tikkun Olam Committee - August 2019

    Upcoming Scheduled Lotte Meyerson Tikkun Olam Projects: 1st Friday each month from 1-3 PM @ MANNA– CBHT volunteer team. Contact Sandra Layton to help. 3rd Friday each month @ noon – CBHT Vets shelter meal ...

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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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      The Lotte Meyerson Tikkun Olam Committee - August 2019

      Upcoming Scheduled Lotte Meyerson Tikkun Olam Projects:

      • 1st Friday each month from 1-3 PM @ MANNA– CBHT volunteer team. Contact Sandra Layton to help.
      • 3rd Friday each month @ noon – CBHT Vets shelter meal serving. Contact Hilary Paradise to help.
      • Monday, August 26th @ 4:30 PM—next L.M. Tikkun Olam Meeting

      Lotte Meyerson Tikkun Olam Committee Updates


      Start Collecting Now!!

      Have you already filled one box of new or lightly used children’s books already?  This Rosh Hashanah is once again our every other year children’s book collection.  Since 2011 our congregation has given over 5000 children’s books to pre-school children, Read to Succeed, and the Asheville/Buncombe Literacy Council and the job is still not complete.

      Most of these books are given to 3-5-year olds to help them start a home collection of appropriate books to be read to them. Currently many of these children are students at the Head Start classrooms at Pisgah View Apartments in West Asheville where our congregation has four weekly volunteers who love to be with these children.

      So, get ready to bring your books to CBHT.  Beginning in August, Marty Mann will

       

      East End/Valley Street Community Heritage Festival

      By Sam Hausfather

      The LMTO Committee invites CBHT congregants to join us at the East End/Valley Street Community Heritage Festival August 23rd, 24th, & 25th in MLK Park in Asheville.  There will be live music, arts and crafts vendors, food trucks, and a children’s area.  Hours are Friday 6 PM to 9 PM, Saturday 10 AM to 9 PM, and Sunday 10 AM to 6 PM.  The Parade and Car Show on MLK Drive starts at 11 AM on Saturday from South Charlotte Street to MLK Park.  Sunday Worship Service at St James AME Church will be followed by Gospel Music with local choirs and gospel artists.

      East End/Valley Street is Asheville's oldest African-American neighborhood and is where the St. James AME Church is located.  Their neighborhood festival could use volunteers.  If you would like to sign up to help out at the Festival, please click go to:

      https://www.signupgenius.com/go/805094EABAA2EA3F49-east to sign up.

      This is an alcohol free, family friendly festival!  Come celebrate with our neighbors.

      Everyone is welcome!

      Contact Vivian Ellner for more details.

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