Community Involvement

SOS Members are actively involved in helping to better our community through Social Action programs such as Knitting afghans for the Summit County Advocates for Victims of Assault Safe Nights program, Adopt-a-Trail maintenance, an annual Community-Wide Clean Up “Mitzvah Day”, supporting the Summit County Teen Center, Bikur Cholim (Caring for the sick), and regularly assisting to serve a Community Dinner at the Silverthorne Elk’s Lodge.

 

 

 

 

For information on how you can take action and get involved, please contact our Director of Social Action:  Marci Aerenson at social@synagogueofthesummit.org