Monday, November 5, 2012
Hurricane Sandy devastated parts of these states to our north, so a Pikesville temple is collecting items Monday and Tuesday to deliver to people in need.
Temple Oheb Shalom is collecting supplies to deliver to areas in New York and New Jersey, according to Caren Leven, congregation spokeswoman. Through Temple Oheb Shalom's Hurricane Sandy Community Drive, the congregation is collecting items from batteries to diapers and warm clothing, according to an announcement. Read the full list of items needed. The items are to be delivered before an anticipated winter storm this week possibly hits that same area damaged by Hurricane Sandy. To help with the donation, bring your items from 7-9 p.m. Tues. Nov. 5 and Wed. Nov. 6 to the temple, 7310 Park Heights Ave. For more information, visit the temple's Facebook page. Does your organization have a relief collection going on? Mention it in the comments…
Thursday, May 10, 2012
Two Jewish preschools set along Park Heights Avenue got their students together earlier this week to touch, experience and view a variety of transportation vehicles.
Preschoolers from Temple Oheb Shalom and Baltimore Hebrew Congregation got a glimpse of the big world of transportation earlier this week. A variety of trucks, including the popular ice cream truck, were on display at Baltimore Hebrew. The kids had a ball, said Caren Leven, spokeswoman for the temple's Learning Ladder. Leven shared the attached photos of the adorable kids. Are the kids at your preschool as cute as these? If so, upload some photos into our photo gallery, or email them to Editor Janet Metzner at email@example.com.
Sunday, January 8, 2012
About 900 attended "Music Americana: Selections From American Opera, Operetta, And Broadway."
Tuesday, December 20, 2011
Temple Oheb Shalom clergy led a menorah lighting ceremony Tuesday evening with children of the temple's Learning Ladder preschool.
It was after sundown Tuesday evening at the Learning Ladder preschool at Temple Oheb Shalom as the students gathered to mark the first night of Hanukkah, the eight-day festival of lights, with the lighting of the menorah. "It gives them (preschoolers) the opportunity to get together with family and friends and share what they've learned," said Aileen Friedman, director of the Learning Ladder preschool. They watched as Senior Rabbi Steven Fink lit the central menorah, and helped them light a shamash, or helper candle, for each child's smaller version of a menorah called a chanukiah. That candle, with parents' help, was then used to light the first candle of Hanukkah. Each child had a chanukiah that they had made in class or that their …
Children, their families and clergy will help light the menorah at 5 p.m. Dec. 20 during the first night of Hanukkah.
Children, clergy and staff at Temple Oheb Shalom have been busy getting ready for the first night of the Hanukkah Menorah Lighting Ceremony. The children of the temple's preschool, Learning Ladder, will help light the menorah at 5 p.m. Dec. 20. There will be blessings, Hanukkah songs and music. Leading the ceremony will be Senior Rabbi Steven Fink, Associate Rabbi Scott Nagel, and Cantor Renata Braun, said Caren Leven, director of communications. WMAR-TV visited as the temple and school children prepared.