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Join Rabbi Geoff and Gail Lipsitz Saturday, 12:30 p.m. November 12, for lunch and to discuss Michael Chabon's "A Model World and Other Stories." Navigate the complex world and feelings of adolescence and a family in turmoil. The three Chabon's stories about the Shapiro family to be discussed are: "The Little Knife," "More Than Human," and "The Lost World." Copies of the stories are available from Rabbi Geoff or click on the titles.
**Please note the changes from the initial schedule**
Elie Wiesel once wrote, "God made man because He loves stories." This fall, Kol HaLev will host a three-part "STORY SHARE" group led by KHL member (and Pie Palooza auctioneer) Rich Polt. Rich will facilitate the collective sharing of personal stories like the coat of many colors: humorous, poignant, and inspiring. Each session will have a theme, for example: “Where we come from” and “Courage.” This series promises to be entertaining and personally rewarding, even as we enhance friendships and strengthen community.
Interest in this group has been very high, but the initial feedback was that six consecutive Thursday’s was too much of a time commitment. So we’ve pared back the schedule to hopefully make this more accessible. The group will now meet at KHL on Thursday 11/3, 11/17, and 12/1 from 7:00 to 8:30 p.m. In addition, we have eliminated the fee for the fall group, however a $36 donation to KHL is still encouraged to help cover the cost of refreshments at each meeting.