Financial Statements MailedYou should have received your financial statement for your balance due for tuition and dues via the mail by now. If you did not, or, if you did, and the invoice is inaccurate in any way, please contact Victoria at 215-862-1912 or firstname.lastname@example.org or contact our Treasurer, Aaron Michaluk regarding accommodations. Thank you! We value your membership!
Kung Pao KlezmerTuesday, December 24, 2013, 6pm-9pm at the Joy Tsin Lau Restaurant, Philadelphia, PA The Gershman Y introduces a brand-new Jewish Xmas Eve tradition! Enjoy a multi-course Chinese feast* while enjoying the sound of Klingon Klez, whose music will have you tapping your toes and chopsticks. A perfect event for the whole family! Click here for more details and to buy tickets.
Men's Group celebrates the first night of Hanukah with Caleb at his restaurant. Neil Gordon and Neil Whitman (pictured) were joined by Carl Glassman, Steve Perdes, Alvin Lerner, and Gene Gladston.
Commemorate an Event by Sponsoring an OnegSponsoring an oneg is a great way to commemorate an important event in your life while making a meaningful contribution to the shul community. Oneg sponsors may choose to contribute $72.00 and we will purchase challah, wine, juice, cheese, nuts, and bake goods. Or you can fully host an Oneg. Details on hosting an oneg can be found here. Please contact Emily Bilowitz with any questions.
We have made a Sign up page here. Please feel free to sign up there. Thank you for making our Shabbat service special with your oneg contribution.
Lambertville Food Pantry Needs During the HolidaysThank you to all who contributed to the food pantry! During this holiday season, please bring non-perishable food items to the Shul so that all individuals and families in our community can celebrate! Anything is appreciated. Especially: coffee, tuna, black beans, and baby food. Other items needed could be peanut butter, soup, fruit juice, baked beans, canned ravioli, shampoo, toothpaste, canned fruit, canned veggies, and diapers. The shelves are empty right now so thank you, in advance, for your generosity to those in need.
MLK Day of Service - Donations NeededDVIC's MLK Day of Service will be held January 19, 2014. Each year members of KHN, along with other community members, come together for a day of service benefitting local charities, such as the DVIC Lambertville Food Pantry, Centenary Church Community Lunch Program, and Woman’s Space of Trenton. Please help support this valuable community service by contributing some of the necessary items for our projects.
School supplies – crayons, pencils, erasers, sharpeners, glue sticks, colored pencils, markers (collect any or all of these supplies)
Personal Care products – tooth paste, tooth brushes, shampoo, conditioner, body soap, body lotion (collect any or all of these supplies)
Breakfast Bags: 250 individual packets of instant oatmeal
Support KHN By Purchasing Gift CardsPurchasing gift cards through KHN is a great way to provide financial support to the Shul, at no extra cost to you! Here's how it works. When you purchase a gift card at face value from KHN, the participating retailer remits a percentage of the purchase price back to the Shul. And it's a convenient way to complete your holiday shopping. Just fill out the attached order form. Return order forms to the office, or to Donna Arons. Payment should be made by check payable to KHN. The cards should be available approximately one week after ordering.
If you have questions, feel free to contact Donna Arons. Thanks for your support!
Winter Vacation to PanamaFor the benefit of KHN February 9th-15th or February 9th-19th 2014. See brochure and registration form.
Code Blue NightsThe Bucks County Coalition to Shelter and Support the Homeless wants you to know that nobody should be without a warm place to sleep and a warm meal. Their mission is to provide a warm meal, a safe place to sleep and a sense of security for the night. This organization offers free round trip transportation to bring people to and from the shelter on nights below 20 degrees. Please make sure to have people in need of emergency shelter call our hotline at 215-550-3578 or check their website at www.co2ssh.org. If a code blue has been issued, then their shelter will be open during the months of December- mid March. In addition they will be offering monthly community meals at Trinity Episcopal Church in Buckingham on the first Sunday of each month.
Mexican Potato Latkes (Pancakes)From Carlitos Glassman and Dinitos Silnutzer Glassman
(Makes 24-30 latkes)
4 large potatoes, scrubbed & unpeeled
1 egg, lightly beaten
1 medium onion, chopped
2 Tbsp. lemon juice
1/2 c fresh coriander
1/4 tsp. pepper
oil (for frying)
Grate potatoes on the coarse side of grader into a bowl. Add egg, onion, lemon juice, coriander, salt & pepper. Mix well. Pour oil to about 1/4 inch depth into a large skillet. Heat oil and drop the mixture by tablespoons into hot oil. Fry over medium heat until nicely browned on both sides -- 4-to-5 minutes on each side. Serve hot with Salsa on the side.
This is a family recipe from our cousins in Mexico City.