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Scout Shabbat

     On February 13 at 7:00 pm, Congregation Ner Tamid will host its annual Scout Shabbat, led by Rabbi Thomas P. Liebschutz, celebrating Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts from our congregation and surrounding areas.
     Boy & Girl Scouts and Scouters (BSA adult volunteers) attending this service in uniform will receive a special patch. Plan to arrive in uniform at least 30 minutes before the service to check in and meet with the Rabbi. After the service, there will be a Scout sponsored Oneg Shabbat.
     Register by January 31 to guarantee we will have enough patches, or for more information, e-mail ritual@mynertamid.org or leave a message at 678-264-8575 with the name of the Scout and whether a Boy or Girl Scout as there are different patches for each. Scouts of all faiths are welcome.

 


 

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6

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7:00pm - 8:30pm

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Book Signing

     Theodore Roosevelt historian, Harry Lembeck, will discuss and sign his just-released book, Taking on Theodore Roosevelt: How One Senator Defied the President on Brownsville and Shook American Politics, at Congregation Ner Tamid on Saturday, February 7, 2015 at 7:30pm. This book investigates Roosevelt’s controversial action discharging the black soldiers from the army “without” honor” and without trial, recounts the heroic challenge to his decision by Republican Senator Joseph Foraker of his own party, and considers how Roosevelt’s uncompromising stance may have affected black Americans and their support for the party of Lincoln.
     Mr. Lembeck resides in Marietta GA and is a member of Congregation Ner Tamid. He has spoken about Roosevelt at meetings and seminars of historical organizations and acted as a historical adviser for a PBS program on peonage called Slavery by Another Name.
     To reserve your copy of the book in advance (at the discounted price of $25), email events@mynertamid.org. Cash, check & credit cards will be accepted at the event for book purchases. The event is free to attend.