Thursday, August 9, 2012

Parent Guide News

Have you seen our entry in Parent Guide News? If not, maybe you should go take a look, as it's online as well as in print. According to their website, Parent Guide News "caters to expecting parents and families with children up to 12 years of age. The monthly columns and feature articles in our ten regional parenting magazines, as well as online, address both global and local parenting concerns, such as health, education, pregnancy, child-rearing and much more.

So, go take a look at our page on their site, and while you're their, you can explore all that this site has to offer.  Or if you're the impatient type, here's what it says:

Congregation Adas Emuno
254 Broad Ave.
Leonia, NJ 07605 (map)
Phone: (201)592-1712 
Congregation Adas Emuno is a Reform congregation whose goal is to strengthen within its membership the bonds of faith and community and instill within its children the sense, history and responsibility of growing up in a Jewish community. A dynamic clergy team, led by Rabbi Barry Schwartz, along with a creative religious school staff and actively engaged membership, help them realize that goal. They offer a positive Reform Jewish experience for families with children of all ages, providing free high holy day children’s services, monthly Family Shabbat Services, Sunday morning religious school for grades Kindergarten through Confirmation, and creative programming for younger children . For the 2012-2013 school year, families with young children can look forward to fun activities like apple picking for Rosh Hashana and Super Sukkot Family Day in September, Chanukah Celebration for Tots in December, Arts and Crafts at the Jewish Museum in January, and hammantaschen-making for Purim in February! Please visit the temple website for more information. Join them on August 19 from 2-4pm for a “Meet and Greet” ice cream social. Congregation Adas Emuno is proud of its long history serving the Bergen and North Hudson County communities since 1871.

Now, why don't you just see what it looks like on their page anyway, just click here, go there, and let us know what you think.

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