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Thanks to John’s Cleaners for supporting our temple

Temple Bat Yam would like to publicly thank John’s Cleaners for their thoughtful support of the temple over the years. As we prepare for the High Holiday season, the covers on our Torahs are switched to white ones for the 10-day period between Rosh Hashana and Yom Kippur. John’s Cleaners generously donates their services to us so the covers are refreshed each year. Our Jewish community is blessed with support from the community at large and for that we say “Todah raba.” Thank you.



Rabbi Evon Yakar

Temple Bat Yam



Thank you from Sierra Community Church

A heartfelt thank you to all the generous and thoughtful businesses and individuals in and around Lake Tahoe, who donated to the Sierra Community Church Fundraiser in support of the 2013 Adult Navajo Mission Trip.

For the past 10 years, Sierra Community Church has sent various teams to the Navajo Nation to assist the Navajo people in need. We have worked on a variety of building projects. Many homes and structures are in great need of repair, with some lacking necessities we take for granted such as running water and electricity. Through the donations we received during this years fundraiser we will be able to complete two projects. Thank you all for making the 2013 Adult Navajo Mission Trip Fundraiser a success.

Mike Stuart

Team Leader 2013 Adult Navajo Mission Trip

Thanks to those who donated to ‘A Brush with Kindness’

We would like to thank these generous donors for their contributions to our Habitat for Humanity “A Brush With Kindness” program this summer. Dennis Cocking, South Tahoe Public Utilities District; Jim Gorman, Lead Paint Clearance; Charlie and Patti Brown, Chuck’s Handyman Service, as well as Sherwin Williams and Kelly Moore Paints for paint donations. We would also like to thank all of the hardworking volunteers who worked on the three houses we refurbished this summer.

A Brush with Kindness is a program of El Dorado County Habitat for Humanity that helps low-income homeowners by offering exterior home improvements; exterior painting, minor exterior repairs, and yard clean up at minimal costs to homeowners who would otherwise be unable to complete these repairs on their own.

If you would like more information about Habitat for Humanity “A Brush With Kindness” in South Lake Tahoe, please contact Carolyn at 530-541-4654.

Steering committee

Habitat for Humanity ‘A Brush With Kindness’


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