Congregation Beth Or Holds First Mitzvas Day

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Seventy-five members of Congregation Beth Or gathered together on Dec. 25 for the synagogue’s first annual “Mitzvas Day,” a day dedicated to doing good deeds in the community. Activities included cooking soup in the Beth Or kitchen and delivering it to Inter-faith Housing Alliance and baking cookies and delivering them to several Montgomery County police stations. Beth Or’s Social Action Team also collaborated with The Committee to Benefit The Children, a volunteer-based charity dedicated to improving the quality of life for children and families who face cancer, leukemia and serious blood disorders.

Some of the Congregation Beth Or families that spent Dec. 25 baking cookies and delivering them to Montgomery County police stations.
Some of the Congregation Beth Or families that spent Dec. 25 baking cookies and delivering them to Montgomery County police stations.
Congregation Beth Or members dropped off pajamas and visited with families and patients at St. Christopher’s Hospital Oncology Transplant Unit. Standing from left: Lisa Brown, Bernie Johl, Norman Bartwink, Jody Pascal, Margie Chachkin, Dave Pascal, Fred Dugan and Elaine Thomas. Seated from left: Carole Chasen, Beth Johl, Bonnie Perry and Candice Chachkin
Congregation Beth Or members dropped off pajamas and visited with families and patients at St. Christopher’s Hospital Oncology Transplant Unit. Standing from left: Lisa Brown, Bernie Johl, Norman Bartwink, Jody Pascal, Margie Chachkin, Dave Pascal, Fred Dugan and Elaine Thomas. Seated from left: Carole Chasen, Beth Johl, Bonnie Perry and Candice Chachkin

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