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Temple plans picnic at Carson City park

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Temple Bat Yam, which serves South Lake Tahoe, Carson City/Dayton, Minden/Gardnerville and other Carson Valley communities is sponsoring its second annual “Jewish New Year Picnic” starting at noon on Sunday, Sept. 17., the week before the eve of Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish New Year, which starts Sept. 22. The location of the picnic is Carson City’s Ross Gold Park. There is no charge; main dishes, including hamburgers, hot dogs, veggie burgers, condiments and beverages will be provided. Those attending are asked to bring a non-dairy side dish, salad or dessert to share. There will also be games for adults and children.

All are invited, so that they might get acquainted with the TBY community and learn what is offered by the Temple, both at the Lake and in the Carson Valley. Friday night services are held on the third Friday of the month at the Plaza Hotel in Carson City, and on the second and fourth Fridays at Temple Bat Yam, 3260 Pioneer Trail in South Lake Tahoe. High Holy Day services will be held in South Lake Tahoe.

Directions to the picnic at Ross Gold Park from South Lake Tahoe: At the bottom of Spooner (Highway 50) turn left onto Highway 395 North. Go one block to Snyder.

Turn right onto Snyder. Go to the third street, Appion Way, by the fire house. Bear left onto Appion way and you will see the park on your left. Park near the gazebo.

For more information call Rabbi Jonathan Freirich at the Lake (775) 588-4503 or (775) 267-2761 from the Carson Valley or e-mail him at rabbijonathan@yahoo.com.

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