Thanks to Mark Boyd at Camp N'Sid'Sen, the Jr. and Sr. High groups didn't miss out from camp this year.
The Manhattan Project
Shalom's youth took part in the commemoration of the 75th anniversary since the atomic bombings. They colored and folded paper cranes and sent them to the Manhattan Project National Historical Park to be put in a time capsule to be opened on the 100th anniversary in 2045. It was a memorable experience to tell the story of the atomic bombings and the meaning of Sadako Sasaki’s cranes.
Hike at Chamna Park
In the Spring of 2021 we met at Chamna Park. This was a fun time for adults and kids to see each and catch up.
For Valentines Day we did something special. The CE Committee delivered packages to the older and younger groups with age appropriate activities. The kid's had so much fun making cards, and chocolate covered strawberries.
Earth Day 2021
Mission and Social Action came out to help teach our youth the importance of composting. After that exciting, hands on presentaton, the kids participated in cleaning up one of our parks.