Sharon is a beautiful suburban community with a wealth of natural resources and, yet, is just a short train ride from Boston and Providence.
The Young Israel is a vibrant shul with a warm, friendly and relaxed atmosphere. Our ideology is inclusiveness.
On any given day in the shul, you can see many men, women and children, from a wide variety of backgrounds, with a broad array of religious styles and approaches, all unified by a commitment to authentic Torah life and spirit. Young Israel exemplifies the ideals of Modern Orthodoxy: serious Torah study and practice, with an embrace of diversity; and a participatory openness to the best of contemporary culture and community.
Young Israel of Sharon Annual Celebration: Sunday Evening, April 21st @ Sharon Community Center
2013 honorees-- Steve and Randy Bergel
Julius Reitman Service Award-- Danny Silverman, Deborah Raub and Shirley Stein
DEADLINE is APRIL 7th to rsvp
So, if it is Annual Dinner time ... then, it must be Ad Journal Season again, too!!
No ditties, rhymes, or songs this year, just the simple and important reminder that now is the time, through this Tuesday 9 April, to get your ads in. Really, we need them on Monday.The Ad Journal is your opportunity to commemorate in print your messages to the honorees, and to support our shul, and the important services that it provides to our Kehillah. As you know, the Ad Journal is the Young Israel's largest and most important fundraising project. In one shot, help the shul, help the community, and honor the Bergels and the Service award recipients.
How to submit an ad? Everyone here has received the "classic" fill-and-mail form, and for the first time, this year you can compose, submit and pay for your ad online, on the YISharon website. For a form, for instructions, for any questions, please talk to Andy Warren.
Thank you in advance for your participation! And, if it is Annual Dinner and Ad Book time … It is also Silent Auction time!
Have a business whose products or services you want to show and promote to the YI community? Want to offer an “experience” to your fellow members? Want help support the YI Israel community, and honor the Bergels and Service Award recipients? This is your chance: the Silent Auction at the YI Sharon’s Annual Dinner!
At the Silent Auction, Dinner attendees will have a chance to see and consider your products/service/experience, and bid on it through the evening. Highest bid takes it home! But meanwhile, hundreds of attendees will have seen your offering, whether it was for business or for fun.