As of May 1, 2017 the candidates are:
- President: Zachary Lewin and Tova Drebin
- Programming: Miriam Schwartz
All elected officers must be active participants in Tween Minyan or Shmuz and Snack @ Ner Tamid.
Open to Youth Group participants in 4th grade and older in the 2017 – 2018 school year.
Deadline to apply to run for office is May 16, 2017.
|Vice President||Assist President.|
|Programming Chairperson||Selecting events, event planning and coordination|
|Publications Chairperson||Newsletter, yearbook, scrapbook, and flyers|
|Communications Chairperson||Phone squad, mailings, and distribution of publicity|
|Chesed Chairperson||Projects to help others|
|Treasurer||Fund Raising and charity coordination|
Voting will be held on Shabbos May 20, 2017.
For more details contact Samson Wach, 410-764-6241, 6212 Greenspring Avenue, Baltimore, MD 21209, [email protected]
Sunday May 7, 2017 2 – 3 PM to Monday May 8, 2017 2 PM
Early bird $20 per person before April 7
After April 7 $25 per person
Deadline is April 20.
Broad Creek campgrounds, 1929 Susquehanna Road
Rivka Trapp Cubmaster [email protected]
Sam Wach Ner Tamid Youth Director [email protected]
Please register online
1) Please let us know if you can help bring gear back to or from the event.
2) At least one parent must come on the trip for a student to participate.
3) Families bring tents; if necessary, the troop has a limited supply to lend.
4) Please let us know about special considerations, such as your needing to leave early Monday or special dietary requirements.
5) Pack light and include sleeping bag or blankets, water bottle, flashlight, clothing for Monday, PJs, extra socks, and closed toe shoes only. Prepare for cool nights and weather, bring rain gear, jacket etc. Only boys with tot’um chip (Webelos & Bears) may have pocketknives.
6) We will need some volunteers to come early to help set up etc.
Boy Scout Troop 1299 Spring Fundraiser
Supporting Boys to go to Summer Camp
Pre Pesach CAR VAC
Sunday April 2, 2017
9 AM to 4 PM by reservation
Location: Ner Tamid Parking Lot
$20 (car), $25 (mini van), $30 (full sized van)
Girl Scout Shabbos at Ner Tamid is March 18, 2017. The girls of our shul troops will be joining us for Shabbos and will be enjoying a Shabbos meal together. They have camped in cabins in the woods twice this year for Shabbos, so this will be a chance for them to be together in the community.
The lunch is open to troop leaders and participants and their families. The cost is $10 per person and $35 family max. Payment must be made prior to the lunch by check or cash.
Warm up your Shabbos morning
Learning Mishnayos Moed Katan
Students who are regular attendees will be invited to a siyum @ Dougies
Every Shabbos 10 am Classroom 9
Shabbos morning during groups, have fun and learn at the Shomer Shabbos Science Party.
January 21, 2017
Groups begin 10:15 am.
You are invited to join Ner Tamid Youth, Cub and Boy Scouts Pack and Troop 1299, and our very own Girl Scout Troops for K- 8 grades to our annual Chanukah Party.
Sunday December 18, 2016, 2 PM
No charge if you register by Wednesday December 14. After that date or at the door, $10 suggested donation per family.
There will Chanukah Snacks, Scout activities, and the Wings and Things animals show, which is part of the Scales and Tales parks department show.
Bring canned and packed food to be donated to Ahavas Yisrael.
Students can build a menorah and enter into our Menorah contest. Prizes for top entries.
Prize age categories:
- Middle School
- High School
Winners will be judged at the Youth and Scout Chanukah Party
Sunday December 18, 2016 2 pm
Projects should be built by students.
Menorah Art does not need to be functional.
Projects will be displayed in Ner Tamid during Chanukah.
Ner Tamid 1 through 6 grade Shabbaton with YACHAD. Saturday Night Slime. Shabbos November 5, 2016. $25 per student. Deadline November 1.
Shabbaton ambassador program
Bring a friend who does not normally attend Ner Tamid and win a $5 Dunkin Donuts gift card.
As we were getting ready for the Sukkos holiday, we discussed having a program called “3 Ring Sukkos”. Do you get the Sukkos / Circus pun? Well it went further than that. There is a debate in the Talmud about whether Sukkos is to remember the huts which Jews lived in during their desert travels or the Clouds of Glory. The booths represent the work we do to care for ourselves and the clouds represent the protection we receive from G-d and our relationship with G-d.
What if it wasn’t clouds but clowns? Aside form the pun and the images of clowns in the desert protecting the Jews with squirt bottles, the imagery represents to me the joy of the holiday season and the childlike wonder we should feel when we go out to the sukkah. When we are invited to spend time with G-d it should a 3 ring circus of excitement.