ABERDEEN, N.J. - Temple Shalom of Aberdeen is presenting the first "Commitment to Community" Award on Saturday, June 16, from 7PM-Midnight. According to the announcement:
There will be an enchanted evening of cocktails, dining, dancing and celebration as we commemorate the 55th anniversary of Temple Shalom of Aberdeen; present the first "Commitment to Community" award to Mt. Sinai Memorial Park and Mausoleum; and honor our esteemed Rabbi Laurence Malinger for receiving his Doctorate of Divinity for all his accomplishments in his 25 years of distinguished professional service in the rabbinate
Disraeli stated that "Life is too short to be little." Clearly Rabbi Malinger adopted that wisdom early in his life and used it as his steadfast North Star during his Rabbinic service that began at Congregation Beth Emeth in Delaware, and has continued as our Senior Rabbi and as an innovator in Jewish Education and an inspiring leader in interfaith relations throughout the state.
Nothing would make Rabbi Malinger happier than having community friends, other congregation members, and beneficiaries of our Temple's 55 years of social action support come together in our Social Hall for an unforgettable evening of friendship, joy and exciting raffle items!
"Live so that your children and grandchildren model your understanding of joy, laughter and love as the elixirs of life" Laura Spiess
Please contact co-chair Dana Battaglia at firstname.lastname@example.org for additional information and tickets.