On Sunday, January 28, 2018, the back of the sanctuary was filled with food and friends, noshing and playing board games together. The crowd consisted of several member families as well as an Etz Hayim Preschool family. In between games and grub, grownups enjoyed some relaxed schmoozing while kids invented a complicated game of tag. The Social Action Committee collected $110 in gift cards, as well as several large packages of paper goods benefiting families from Bridges to Independence.
Thank you to Marni Corsaro; Edgar Rendon; and the Waldstein/Kagy, Rosman, and Viera families for making the event possible and to all of the generous people who donated items to Bridges to Independence.
Looking ahead: Join us in two weeks on February 11 for another Social Action event featuring more fun and games benefiting Arlington seniors at Culpepper Garden. Get the details, RSVP, and sign up to volunteer: https://etzhayim.net/mishloach-manot-for-arlington-seniors/.