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Yes, friends, you saw it here FIRST. What, you ask? Why, it’s Jimmy Gillman’s newly-launched website, Jewish Film Guide, which will serve as a comprehensive and authoritative resource on Jewish films for experts and movie lovers of all stripes.
Donations to CSOA funds are welcome any time of the year, but it’s been a tradition for some members to make contributions during the high holidays, and at this time of year with the holidays approaching, there are many ways to contribute to CSOA: You can send a check or use Bill Pay to make a Continue Reading »
Contributions are being sought for Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur Floral Arrangements. Please contribute toward the purchase of holiday flowers to adorn our Bimah. Please sign up below to let Jennifer Short know that you wish to be part of this annual tradition.
We thank outgoing Board members David Hartman, Ed Neuman, and Roger Ziff. The new board composition may be viewed here.
Maureen Freedland will receive the MLK Leadership Award during the 2012 Martin Luther King, Jr. Holiday Celebration Program scheduled for 7:00 p.m. Monday, January 16th at English Lutheran Church, 1509 King Street, La Crosse.
Dear CSOA parents, grandparents, and kids at heart, The last shipment of new merchandise will be on display this Sunday 10AM – Noon, in the synagogue social hall. Candles from Safed, Israel (limited quantities going fast!) … and other more affordable varieties too Dreydels, Gelt, Books, Games, Crafts, … Giftware, Kitchenware, Menorahs, … Decorations, Wrapping Continue Reading »
On May 21st, CSOA’s Holocaust Remembrance honoree Mary Rostad (right), and Darryle Clott (2008 honoree) posed by the Tree of Life which bears a special recognition leaf for both women. Mary’s leaf reads: “Mireille Broullard Rostad, Resister, Witness and Teacher. ‘Do not stand idly by’ Lev. 19:16.” Mary passed away on October 13 at the Continue Reading »
CSOA continues to be a congregation member of AMOS (Advocating, Mobilizing, Organizing in Solidarity), and on Sunday, November 20, five CSOA families attended AMOS’s fourth anniversary celebration at Our Saviors Lutheran Church. The theme of the dinner, in a talk by LaDonna Redmond, who is from the Institute for Agricultural Trade Policy, was “Food + Continue Reading »
Greg Wegner, was chosen as Wisconsin’s Professor of the Year of 2011 and participated in an awards ceremony on November 17 in Washington, D.C. The Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching and the Council for Advancement and Support of Education sponsor the annual award. For the past generation, Wegner has worked tirelessly on behalf Continue Reading »
Shuly Natan, Israel’s “Joan Baez,” is pictured with her son Harel Weiss following the November 13 concert she gave in Decorah, IA. Shuly’s signature song is Jerusalem of Gold, which she first sang in 1967 at the age of 19, shortly before the outbreak of the Six-Day War. Harel, representing the Israel Permaculture Organization is Continue Reading »