With Religious School starting up on Aug. 13, MOE is ready to start its 10th anniversary year with a bang—well, breakfast actually – and you’re invited. The event is the annual Welcome Back, Breakfast hosted by MOE. It’ll run from 9 to 11:30 a.m. that Sunday in the Temple’s multi-purpose room. Bagels, cream cheese, coffee and other breakfast fixings will be provided by MOE. So start the year fresh: Come in and meet and socialize with your fellow Temple members.
Besides the breakfast, the MOE calendar is already filling up. We have our annual Monday Night Football Kickoff event on Sept. 11; our first MOE Schmooze of the season on Sept. 17; and we’ll be building the Temple’s Sukkah on Oct. 1. Come to one or come to all. We’d love to see you.
Call for breakfast volunteers on Aug. 12: Moe will need volunteers on Saturday, Aug. 12, to cut vegetables and do other prep work for the Welcome Back Breakfast the next morning. Time and place to be announced. Please contact President Harvey Reiss at [email protected] if you’d like to help
MOE blood drive Aug. 27: The United Blood Services Bloodmobile will be parked in front of the Temple three times in the 2017-18 religious school year: on Aug. 27, Dec. 17 and April 29. All drives run from 8 a.m. to noon. It’s never too early to sign up, and you can do so by clicking on this link for Aug. 27: https://bloodhero.com/index.cfm?group=op&expand=715593&zc=85283. If you have any questions or would like me to set up your donation appointment, please contact me at [email protected].
Volunteer for Café Emanuel: Cafe Emanuel starts up again on Aug. 20, and will be open from 8:30 to 11 a.m. every Sunday that Religious School is in session. It’s a volunteer-run café that sells bagels, doughnuts, coffee and other breakfast goodies If you’d like to help some Sunday morning with the cafe, the primary source of funds for our donation to the camp scholarships, email Harvey Reiss, MOE’s president, at [email protected] (or use this SignUpGenius link: http://www.signupgenius.com/go/5080c45aeaa238-caf).
What is MOE? MOE stands for Men of Emanuel, a group for all men in the Temple Emanuel community. MOE does not have membership fees, so all male members 21 yrs. of age or older of Temple Emanuel are members of MOE. If you have a male 21yrs or older in your household who might want to receive communication from MOE, email MOE’s president, Harvey Reiss, at [email protected]. You can find MOE on Facebook. Look for “MOE Men of Emanuel” and join the group.
- Submitted by Sal Caputo, MOE secretary