Shrine Hike & Shabbat Morning Service
Saturday, July 27th, 2019
Shrine Pass Trail Head (MAP)
Charlie and Sharon Shofnos will lead the hike, and Ellen and Steve Hirsch will lead the service. SOS will provide challah and wine.
Everyone should meet at the trailhead parking lot and be ready to leave at 9:00am. Feel free to bring a snack and rain gear, just in case. Well behaved-dogs are welcome, and there is no need to RSVP – just show up!
Bike Ride/Easy Hike/Walk to Rockies Art Festival & Picnic
Saturday, August 10th, 2019
9:30 am- Meet at Meadow Creek Park Pavilion and split up into groups – Bike, Hike or Arts Festival. Charlie Shofnos and Ira Tane will be leading the bike rides: firstname.lastname@example.org
12:00pm Return to the Pavilion for Picnic Lunch-
SOS will fire up the grill with burgers and dogs. We will need salads, side dishes and desserts. Please RSVP on the Perfect Pot Luck Site to list/add your dish by August 7th: https://perfectpotluck.com/KQGB3035
For questions and info, email Ira Tane email@example.com
Please consider bringing one or two of the following items which we will donate to TreeTop Advocacy:
Children’s books in Spanish and English
Crayons & Markers
Any small toys for children aged 4 – 12
TreeTop Child Advocacy Center’s mission is to provide a safe place that empowers children and their families to end abuse through intervention, advocacy, and support services. It is a child-centered response to trauma that uses a multidisciplinary team of professionals from law enforcement, department of human services, criminal prosecutors, medical professionals, victim advocates and behavioral health professionals. In addition to the forensic interviewing of children who have experienced trauma, TreeTop Child Advocacy Center also provides child abuse prevention community support in the form of education and outreach events throughout Summit County.
For more info about TreeTop follow this link: https://www.summitdaily.com/news/treetop-child-advocacy-center-which-helps-victims-of-abuse-or-sexual-assault-set-to-expand-staff-after-first-anniversary/