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Emanu-News 2022-04-29 בְּשׂוֹרוֹת עִמָּנוּ
By Congregation Emanu-El • Issue #523 • View online
Weekly news from Congregation Emanu-El, Victoria, B.C.

Attention webmail users: because this newsletter is clipped by many mail services, you may miss out on the fun of “The Last Word” and “Lateral Thinking.” To avoid this, please view the newsletter online.
Emanu-El News
Yom HaShoah Commemoration Event: “Personal Stories of Remembrance and Repair”
Outreach Gifts for the Community!
MEN OVERBOARD – Upcoming Bema Production
Meal Train for Leah & Baby Jack!
Photo Contest, Naturally
This week's selection.
This week's selection.
I want to go where the leaves are burning, / Burning in scarlet and gold;
“Leaves,” by Lillie Belle Dimond
Shabbat 29 Nisan, 5782
The Week Ahead
  • Saturday April 30, 10:00am: Shabbat Services (Connect)
  • Sunday May 1, 1:00pm: Yom HaShoah Commemoration
  • Tuesday May 3, 12:30pm: Brown Bag Beit Midrash (Connect)
  • Tuesday May 3, 7:00pm: Tanakh Shiur (Register)
  • Thursday May 5, 7:00am: Thursday morning minyan (in person only)
  • Thursday May 5, 7:30pm: Men Overboard” opens
View the full calendar on the web (mobile-friendly view). See above for Zoom links to events offered virtually.
ICYMI (In Case You Missed It)
Changes to COVID-19 policy for Religious Services
In Other News
Israeli-Palestinian Joint Memorial Day Ceremony
Multicultural Fest 2022
Hebrew Q&A
(Source: https://images.fineartamerica.com. Photo: Ken Walsh)
(Source: https://images.fineartamerica.com. Photo: Ken Walsh)
 Why does Michelangelo’s sculpture of Moses have horns?
NTDWBJ*
* Nothing To Do With Being Jewish
* Nothing To Do With Being Jewish
Community Connections
CC#1- Student needs accommodation
My Calgary granddaughter will be attending Camosun College in the fall and needs a new place to live. She is a gentle quiet girl who is very connected to her Jewish heritage. If you have a suite to rent please let me know. - Ann Zanbilowicz
Respond to CC#1 (your email will be forwarded to the contact person)
CC#2 - Shabbat Gift Bags
Congregation Emanu-El is distributing to 20 households each month Shabbat Gift Bags. They are being given to everyone, regardless of need, letting everyone know that they are appreciated.
We need drivers who will distribute the bags. It takes about 2 hours of time once a month.
Respond to CC#2 (your email will be forwarded to the contact person)
Humanitarian Aid to Ukraine
Submissions
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A list of our charitable funds is available at www.congregationemanuel.ca/donations
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Synagogue Office
Congregation Emanu-El, 1461 Blanshard St., Victoria, BC V8W 2J3, Canada
Office hours:
  • Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday from 9:30 am – 2:30 pm
About this Newsletter
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Editorial Board:
  • News Editors: Katie Stafford, Oz Dovauo
  • NTDWBJ, TYLT, & Last Word: Jonathan Ure Stoppi
  • Communications Committee Chair: Lincoln Shlensky
  • Reviewers: Rabbi Harry, Susan Holtz
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The Last Word
Two high ranking officers went out of the base to do a trip in the nature. After two hours they came back to the base. Then John noticed he lost his gun.
John: “I can’t believe it, I lost my gun!”
Michel: “Damn! Me too!”
John: “What are we going to do? We are screwed!”
Michel: “Wait a minute. Since we are both high ranking officers, we are entitled to judge. So let’s judge one the other, thus we wouldn’t have to be judged by other high ranking officer who will find us both guilty.”
John: “Great plan!”
And so, they both wear their representative uniform.
Michel enters the office, and sits on the chair. Then a knock.
Michel: “Come in.”
John comes in and salutes.
Michel: “John: on this day two and a half hours ago, you returned from a trip, and you lost your gun. Do you admit or deny?”
John: “I admit.”
Michel: “Well. Tell me how it happened.”
John starts to tell what exactly happened, and that he’s sorry and that it would never happen again.
Michel: “I see. I’ll let off this time with only a warning.”
John thanks Michel and salutes him, then exits the room.
Now they swap roles: John is on the chair and Michel is outside the room waiting to be judged. And then the whole same thing happens:
Michel enters the office, and sits on the chair. Then a knock.
John: “Come in.”
Michel comes in and salutes.
And so Michel admits the crime and starts to explain what happened and that he’s sorry and it won’t happen again.
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