By Sharon Wisch-Ray
Space is tight in this week’s TJP as we head into the July 4 holiday and go to press a day early (Monday, July 1).
We don’t want anyone to miss out on the upcoming Daytimer’s event at 12 p.m., Wednesday, July 17, at Beth-El Congregation, which is sure to be a winner.
The program will feature the appearance of Kids Who Care in a lavish program titled “Freedom Bound.” The group will introduce the Israeli teens who are participating in this year’s summer program.
Kids Who Care is a local, national and international performing arts organization created to encourage and empower kids of all ages to discover and fully develop their potential to be positive, contributing members of society.
Lunch will be catered by Sprouts, and guests have a choice of turkey, chicken salad or vegetarian cheese and avocado. The program, with lunch included, is $9 per person or $4 for just the program, coffee and cookies.
For information and reservations, call with your credit card to Barbara Rubin, 817-927-2736, Larry Steckler, 520-990-3155, or Hugh Lamensdorf, 817-738-1428, or reserve for yourself at www.bethelfw.org/donations.
The Sylvia Wolens “Daytimers” is a program of Beth-El Congregation with financial support from the Jewish Federation.
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