Chavurat Shalom

On Thursday, August 2, Patty Hansel, community relations director at The Grand, a new senior living facility, will speak about her assisted living facility. Lunch will include cheese quesadillas, black bean and corn salad, Mexican style rice, fresh fruit and Mexican-style chocolate mousse.
On Thursday, August 9, an in-house talent show; participants will share their talents in arts such as poetry, tap dance, painting, origami and guitar. Lunch will include salmon cakes, mashed potatoes, green peas and carrots, cole slaw and chocolate trifle.
On Thursday, August 16, Rabbi Nadia Siritsky will talk about preparing for the Jewish New Year. Lunch will include pasta and meatballs, Caesar salad, fresh fruit and cookies and brownies.
On Thursday, August 23, Alan Zukof and Steve Bradley will perform on guitar, piano, and vocals in the Waller Chapel. July and August birthdays and anniversaries will be celebrated. Lunch in the Heideman will include barbecue chicken, roasted potatoes, green beans, mixed green salad, fresh fruit and celebratory cake.
On Thursday, August 30, Ben Kennedy from Humana will address timely topics related to staying vital as seniors. Lunch will include bowtie pasta with smoked salmon, steamed broccoli, mixed green salad, fresh fruit and caramel spoon cake.
On Thursday, September 6, Two of Diamonds will celebrate the seasons with a whole spectrum of tunes. Wear bright colors and sing along. Lunch will include beef stir fry, jasmine rice, mixed green salad, fresh fruit and bread pudding.

Chavurat Shalom is an opportunity for seniors to meet socially and share ideas. Lunch is $5 and reservations are due by the Tuesday before the program. RSVP to 502-423-1818 or A vegetarian option is available if requested in advance. All programs will be held in the Levy Great Hall of the Klein Center at The Temple, 5101 U.S. Hwy. 42, unless otherwise noted. Lunch starts at noon, followed by the program at 1 pm. Transportation can be scheduled by calling Jewish Family & Career Services at 502-452-6341. Transportation to Chavurat Shalom is $5 round-trip. Chavurat Shalom is funded through the generosity of the Jewish Heritage Fund for Excellence, TheTemple, The Temple Brotherhood and Sisterhood, NCJW, the Jewish Federation of Louisville, and other donors.

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