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An Evening  With Former Prime Minister Of Israel, Ehud Barak “My Country, My Life - Fighting For Israel, Searching For Peace”

An Evening With Former Prime Minister Of Israel, Ehud Barak “My Country, My Life - Fighting For Israel, Searching For Peace”

On this 70th anniversary of the State of Israel,  as we look to the future, Temple Beth El of Boca Raton is pleased to host “Good Evening, Mr. Prime Minister, an evening with former Israeli Prime Minister, Ehud Barak on Thursday, May 31st at 7:00 pm. This special event at their east Boca Raton,

Boca temple's upcoming events vary from fundraiser to Nuremberg discussion

Boca temple's upcoming events vary from fundraiser to Nuremberg discussion

Two events including an April 7 fundraiser at 6:30 p.m. titled Beth El Bash and an April 13 luncheon at noon titled Project Nuremberg Lawyers Luncheon will both be taking place at Temple Beth El In Boca Raton. Beth El Bash will feature comedian Dave Barry in an evening of laughter, dancing and

"From Darkness to Light": A Musical Journey from the Holocaust to the Homeland

In commemoration of Yom HaShoah, Temple Beth El of Boca Raton will present “From Darkness to Light: A Musical Journey from the Holocaust to the Homeland,” which will showcase Yiddish melodies, Broadway favorites and Israeli pop hits. This poignant concert will feature world acclaimed performer,

Free Concert For Young Families:  Award-Winning Children’s Performer Ellen Allard  Comes To Temple Beth El of Boca Raton

Free Concert For Young Families: Award-Winning Children’s Performer Ellen Allard Comes To Temple Beth El of Boca Raton

Families with young children (8 and under) are invited to attend a fun-filled concert with Ellen Allard, multi-award winning recording artist, composer, performer and educator; and one of the most popular musical performers for young children on today’s contemporary music scene. The Ellen Allard

10th Annual Cantor Stephen Dubov Z”L Memorial Concert: “Clergy Boys”

10th Annual Cantor Stephen Dubov Z”L Memorial Concert: “Clergy Boys”

As part of the  10th Annual Cantor Stephen Dubov Z”L Memorial Concert series, Temple Beth El of Boca Raton will be presenting  Clergy Boys on Sunday, March 11, 2018 at 3:00 pm at the Beth El Schaefer Family Campus in east Boca Raton.   Billed as “Oh what a night! A funny, heartwarming

“Truman and Israel”:  special event for Israel's 70th birthday at Temple Beth El of Boca Raton

“Truman and Israel”: special event for Israel's 70th birthday at Temple Beth El of Boca Raton

History will come alive at Temple Beth El of Boca Raton as they present a special program in celebration of the 70th birthday of the state of Israel:  “An Interview With Harry Truman’s Grandson, Clifton Truman Daniel.” Acclaimed scholar of American Jewish history, Dr. David Dalin will interview

Boca's Temple Beth El has new youth education director

Boca's Temple Beth El has new youth education director

Heather Erez doesn't have one exact educational philosophy, but she feels if education is not fun, relevant or engaging, then you are going to lose the children. Erez has recently taken over as the new director of youth education and engagement for the religious school at Temple Beth El of Boca

Sidewalk Chalk and the Magic of Camp

Sidewalk Chalk and the Magic of Camp

Dear Mom and Dad, Camp is awesome. Love, Greg. After years of receiving letters like that, my parents learned first-hand the truth of the adage, “No news is good news.” So for those of you who haven’t heard too many details from your child, here is the news: For three days, a line

Beth El having Purim events to honor 50th anniversary

Beth El having Purim events to honor 50th anniversary

The entire Boca Raton-area community is invited to celebrate the Jewish holiday of Purim throughout the day on Sunday, March 12 as Temple Beth El of Boca Raton — the first synagogue in Boca — continues to commemorate its 50th anniversary. Temple Beth El of Boca Raton began with a Purim Tea in the

Mr. President, Journalists Are Our Allies, Not Our Enemies

Mr. President, Journalists Are Our Allies, Not Our Enemies

(Originally published by Forward.com) Long before I thought of entering the rabbinate, I dreamed of becoming a journalist. I served as a reporter on my high school newspaper, and when I was in 11th grade, the local school board threatened to close our high school. I remember my heart pounding