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Chavurat Shalom

Welcome 5779 with Chavurat Shalom friends, music, games and scholarly explorations.
On Thursday, September 6, Two of Diamonds (Ann and Beth) celebrate the seasons with a whole spectrum of favorite tunes. Wear bright colors and sing along. Lunch will include sweet and sour beef stir fry, jasmine rice, mixed green salad, fresh fruit and bread pudding.
On Thursday, September 13, Jason Parroco, Hosparus Health manager of community outreach, will talk about options and important factors when considering hospice or palliative care. Lunch will include baked chicken, mixed vegetables, barley pilaf, mixed green salad, fresh fruit and cherry cobbler.
On Thursday, September 20, Emily Sansbury from the Lake Forest Retirement Community will visit for Game Day, talking about a new option in senior living facilities. Lunch will include hoisin salmon, couscous, roasted cauliflower, Asian-style slaw, fresh fruit and assorted desserts.
On Thursday, September 27, Ranen Omer-Sherman, University of Louisville professor of Judaic studies, joined by a recent Judaic studies Ph.D. graduate, will share information about the program and the latest research in the field. Lunch will include veggie lasagna, ratatouille, caesar salad, fresh fruit and triple chocolate brownies.

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 sarahharlan86@gmail.com. Vegetarian options must be requested in advance. Programs are 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 costs $5 round trip and can be scheduled by calling Jewish Family & Career Services at 502-452-6341. Chavurat Shalom is funded through the Jewish Heritage Fund for Excellence, The Temple, The Temple Brotherhood and Sisterhood, NCJW, the Jewish Federation of Louisville, and other donors.

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