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COMMUNITY BULLETIN BOARD 

Please note that items on the CABI Community Bulletin Board (CBB) are not necessarily endorsed or sponsored by CABI or represent the views of CABI. 

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Youth Mental Health resource

 

 

 

Weekly Birthdays

 

Monday

  • Douglas Metzgar
  • Virginia Gillerman

Tuesday

  • Brad Wolf
  • Page Sausman

Wednesday

  • Daniel Uhlmann

 

 

 RISE UP AND SING

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Need a gift for an upcoming bat mitzvah? Perhaps a new tallit? The CABI gift shop has a lovely assortment of Judaica, jewelry (some locally made) and CABI logo creations. New items are received regularly.  The gift shop is open on Monday mornings from 10:00-noon, on Wednesday evenings during the school year from 5:00-7:00 and by appointment. To make an appointment email Joanna at joanna@cabi-boise.org

 

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CABI CAFE

Join us on most Monday mornings from 10:00-noon and enjoy a bagel or homemade pastry along with a handmade café beverage from our espresso bar!  Schmooze with friends, new and old and start your week off right! 

 GIFT SHOP

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Need a gift for an upcoming bat mitzvah? Perhaps a new tallit? The CABI gift shop has a lovely assortment of Judaica, jewelry (some locally made) and CABI logo creations. New items are received regularly.  The gift shop is open on Monday mornings from 10:00-noon, on Wednesday evenings during the school year from 5:00-7:00 and by appointment. To make an appointment email Joanna at joanna@cabi-boise.org

 CABI KITCHEN

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Whether it’s a handmade challah, a Wednesday night dinner during JCS, or holiday based foods, the CABI kitchen has many creations throughout the year that will keep your tastebuds happy! On the second Friday of most months we have a catered Shabbat dinner made by Maria’s Catering.

 REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH ITEMS AT CABI

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Prohibiting access to potentially lifesaving medical procedures for women is contrary to the Jewish values of protecting life (pikuach nefesh) and respecting human dignity (kayod ha’briyot). As such, our Reproductive Justice Team has recently partnered with Idaho Abortion Rights to provide congregants with access to reproductive health items.

Reproductive health boxes - which include pregnancy tests, condoms, and emergency contraceptives - will be placed in both the women’s and men’s bathrooms in the social hall, as well as in the all-gender bathroom in the basement of the sanctuary. Items are placed in these locations to provide privacy to congregants in need and will be positioned on high shelves (out of reach of little hands). During religious school sessions, the boxes will only be available in the sanctuary bathroom.

For more information about reproductive health options in Idaho, please visit: https://idahoabortionrights.com/.

For more information about Social Justice opportunities at CABI, please email melissa@cabi-boise.org. We are looking to build both our volunteer base as well as our Social Justice outreach here in Boise and would love your help. Together, we will continue our work to create a more equitable Boise for all. 

furnishing hope

The Furnishing Hope program helps families who are transitioning from temporary housing at Interfaith Sanctuary to permanent homes by providing gently-used or new furniture and other household essentials. The goal is to make the house feel like a true home.  Each month, a different Boise Faith Group organization "sponsors" a family (CABI will sponsor families during the months of May and November.) 

If you have new or *gently used*  household items such as those contained in this list, please contact Dana Zuckerman. Drop off times will be offered twice a month: on the second Thursday and last Sunday, from 2 - 4 pm. If you would like to drop by during that time, please contact Dana in advance.  The storage unit is located in the Public Storage facility at 2902 S. Beverly Street in Boise. 

 

 

 

SIMCHA TREE

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Simcha!

How many times have you wanted to do something nice for a very special person but couldn't come up with the right idea?  What better way to recognize someone than a Simcha Leaf for our Simcha Tree! You could publicly praise, laud, glorify, or just plain acknowledge a meritorious moment in their lives while contributing to the living legacy of our synagogue's survival! Wow! All in one small leaf for mankind! 

Please contact Roy Ledesma HERE, if you would like to order a Simcha Leaf.

 

Mon, May 20 2024 12 Iyar 5784