The annual gala will bring together more than 350 prominent business, social and philanthropic leaders to raise much-needed financial and emotional support for families with critically ill newborns and their families throughout San Diego County. The evening will include dinner, entertainment by Jacqueline Foster’s SHOWDANCE, and a live auction.
As part of the Men’s Club speaker series, Tifereth Israel will host Peter Salk, who will speak about his father Jonas Salk, the researcher who developed the polio vaccine.
Professor Dobkins’ lecture “Compassion for the Perpetrator” is about how society’s heal after massive human rights violations, and how we (as individuals) heal after minor (or major) violations. Taking a historical approach, Professor Dobkins will discuss one of the best examples of societal healing – the Truth and Reconciliation Commission, which was formed after the end of Apartheid in South Africa. Taking a humanistic approach, Professor Dobkins will discuss everyday violations, where we can all relate to being both “perpetrator” and “victim”, and how a deep understanding of our own dark side is a necessary step in making sure it doesn’t run the show.
Join CBI to create your own Chanukah celebration. Rabbi/Cantor Arlene Bernstein will teach how to do it yourself (DIY) in this hands-on workshop.
No fee, but please RSVP below at least one week in advance. For more information contact Program Director Ilene Tatro; email@example.com or call 858 535-1111, ext.2516
This event will bring together people of different faiths and cultural backgrounds for a morning of community service, fun and camaraderie. Families are encouraged to participate together in this hands-on community service day for all ages.
Experience the rituals, traditions, foods and music of Passover in this hands-on workshop led by Rabbi Cantor Arlene Bernstein. Learn how to lead a Seder and take home a booklet complete with recipes and songs to use at home.