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CONGREGATION ANSHAI TORAH - LEIDA URETSKY HAZAK AUXILIARY

 

If YOU are a forward-thinker with the wisdom and maturity of both the present and past, JOIN US!

If YOU enjoy educational, interactive presentations and spending time with friends and family, JOIN US! 

If making a real contribution to OUR Anshai Torah and the larger Jewish community is important to you, JOIN US!

 

Yes, we are dedicated to maintaining our physical and mental health.

Yes, we cherish our children and generations before and after.

Yes, we support the Shul and those in need.

Yes, we are all 55+ (or a spouse thereof).

Yes, we love to sing and dance.

Yes, we need YOU to JOIN US!

For only $20.00 per person per year, we invite YOU to JOIN US! as we share new

experiences and enjoy our passion for life together - whatever the event or activity.

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You can join Hazak by any of the following:

1. When you renew your membership in Anshai Torah you will have the opportunity to

JOIN US!

2. Online by clicking on this link Hazak Annual Membership and sign-up to

JOIN US!

3. Contact Josh Socolof (josh.socolof@gmail.com, 972-898-4960) or

Sheila Brown (daisybee33@aol.com, 214-705-9504) and say you want to

JOIN US!

About HAZAK

The Leida Uretsky Chapter of Hazak is an auxiliary of Congregation Anshai Torah, whose members  are adults 55 and older.  Hazak is an organization founded by United Synagogue for Conservative Judaism in recognition that the most rapidly growing demographic group in the Jewish community are the 55 and older “Baby Boomers”. Hazak provides opportunities to connect with the congregation, to enrich our personal and congregational lives, to strengthen our congregation, to be a voice for seniors in our shul and, most important, to have fun.

The name HAZAK (strength) is an acronym:  the het stands for Hokhmah (wisdom), the zayan for Ziknah (maturity) and the kuph for Kadima (looking ahead). Hazak affirms the traditional Jewish view that mature adults should have the opportunity to continue to learn and be active in their congregations, their communities and among themselves. Hazak promotes Judaism through projects and meaningful experiences both in the synagogue environment and on a community level.

Address questions to and receive additional information from Hazak President, David Intebi, at HazakCAT@gmail.com or 214-668-7972.

Signup for 2022-2023 Hazak Membership Now!

Click here to complete Annual Hazak Membership

Only $20 per year, per person.

 

2022 - 2023 Officers and Directors

  President: David Intebi

  Vice President: Harvey Swento, Cherry Swento

  Treasurer: Josh Socolof

  Secretary: Jackie Fleschman

  Programming: Hal Babitch (Chair), Gilda Zucker, Risa Diamond

  Membership: Sheila Brown (Chair), Anna Popp

  Communications/Publicity: Sandy Balis, Lois Kahn, Roberta Poznick

  Hospitality: Marcie Intebi, Diane Yaris

  Sunshine: Sandy Crook

  Past President: Phil Balis

       Committees and their Members      

  Historian: Sandy Balis, Sheila Brown

  Phone Committee: Sonia Goodman, Amy Leibowitz, Jackie Fleschman

Upcoming HAZAK Activities

 

 

Please click on the activity below or on the event on the Anshai Torah Calendar to register.

For assistance contact Hal Babitch, jhtpbab@gmail.com or 469-766-0774

 

HAZAK HAS THE FOLLOWING EVENTS SCHEDULED

Stayed tuned for further details

 

♦  HANNUKAH PROGRAM WITH PRESCHOOL - DECEMBER 14, 2022

♦  HAZAK SHABBAT - JANUARY 7, 2023

♦  JACK FINK -IMPACT OF CURRENT ELECTIONS ON TEXANS - FEBRUARY 5, 2023

 

 

https://www.anshaitorah.org/event/hazak-hanukkah-program.html

 For additional program information, contact: Hal Babitch, jhtpbab@gmail.com or 469-766-0774

Recent HAZAK Activities

SUNDAY, APRIL 27, 2022 

 

Plano Clarinet Choir

 The concert was recorded and is available for replay using this direct link:  https://youtu.be/uxfFd1ZJyLc

 

 

ANSHAI TORAH and  HAZAK - Need you at Minyan!

Many families are saying Kaddish due to a recent loss or annual remembrance. As YOU need the support of 9 others when it’s YOUR time to say Kaddish, it is OUR privilege and obligation to support others with regular Minyan attendance. Send an email to hazakcat@gmail.com with the date and whether you will attend the morning or evening service. We will be there for YOU!  Until further notice evening minyanim are via Zoom and morning minyanim are either in person or via Zoom.  Login to anshaitorah.org/zoom for details.

Join us for HAPPY HOUR every Wednesday at 5:45PM.  We meet each Wednesday 30 minutes before the start of minyan.  So bring your favorite food and/or drink, relax and SCHMOOZE! Then stay to join the minyan.

Give it a try, meet your friends on Zoom & chat!

Everyone Can Join Zoom Happy Hour via Zoom: 

https://zoom.us/j/9247580446?pwd=cDNZMXZPblgrQ1VjQmNzdUtGVzR5Zz09

Sunshine

Do you know a member who is recovering from an illness? Please contact Sandy Crook to have a get-well card sent from Hazak. Also, please inform Risa Diamond if you know of someone who is in the hospital or recuperating and would like some company or a visit.

 

 Did you know Hazak has a Facebook   Page?  Please like us!  

 Join us here:  CAT - Hazak | Facebook

 

Thu, December 1 2022 7 Kislev 5783