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TAG 7th-Grade Bake Sale Benefits Storm Victims

L–R: Laya Moskowitz, Naomi Schreiber, Malka Ostreicher, and Shira Frechter

On Friday, November 23, a number of 7th-grade TAG girls participated in a bake sale to raise money for hurricane victims. The bake sale brought in close to $700, which was used to buy Chanukah presents for children who lost their toys in the storm. Many thanks to the girls who participated: Shira Frechter, Ayala Goldsmith, Naomi Schreiber, Malka Ostreicher, Laya Moskowitz, Elana Eisenberger, Dasi Pultman, Daniella Nueman, Shira Schonkopf, Kelly Zweig, Rosie Solomon, Aliza Friedman, Shira Frankel, Eta Jacobson, Kaila Jedwab, Ariella Nueman, and Shani Adest. The bake sale took place in the Frechter home and was sponsored in honor of Shira Frechter’s bas mitzvah. v

January Programs At PPL

The Peninsula Public Library in Lawrence will be screening Oranges and Sunshine (106 min.), a film about one of the worst British scandals of the 21st century: the deportation of children to abusive care homes in Australia. The event will take place on Tuesday, January 15, at 10:00 a.m. and 1:00 p.m.

Also at PPL will be a book talk about The Language of Flowers, written by Vanessa Diffenbaugh. The book, to be reviewed by Edna Ritzenberg, focuses on adoption, foster homes, emancipation, homelessness, single motherhood, and attachment disorder. The talk will take place on Thursday, January 17, at 1:00 p.m.

Both of these events will have free admission. The Peninsula Public Library is located at 280 Central Avenue, Lawrence. Call 516-239-3262, ext. 216 or visit www.peninsulapublic.org for more information. v

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