Sing for Camp Newman with Noam Katz and Friends
So many of us are still in shock after the results of the ongoing fires in the North Bay. Many of our congregants and friends have been deeply affected.
We are particularly saddened by the damage done to URJ Camp Newman (the Reform Jewish Camp of Northern California), which has been virtually destroyed.
We will stand together as one greater Jewish community to recognize this loss. Noam Katz, our Congregation Emanu-El cantors, and other musical guests from the entire Bay Area will join us in song this Saturday night at 6:30 pm at Temple Emanu-El (2 Lake Street, SF) No registration required.
We will sing together for strength and comfort. If you have been touched by the physical presence of Camp Newman/Swig in its last 70 years (or other Jewish camps), we hope you will join us. Please bring your families.
If you want to help victims of the fires, we will have empty bins inside our building located near the entrance to Emanu-El for you to leave specific items. Each bin will be labeled.
No used items. Specific needs are:
Packaged prepared food, including canned foods
Feminine hygiene products
For those of you who wish to help Camp Newman, please visit the #NewmanStrong donation page.
Time: 6:30 pm
Date: Saturday, October 14
Location: Temple Emanu-El, 2 Lake Street, San Francisco
Free to attend! No registration required.
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