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Congregation Ner Tamid Annual Report, 2006-2007




2006 to 2007


2006-2007 annual report for Congregation Ner Tamid on the Greenspun Campus for Jewish life, learning, and spiritual renewal. The report includes statements, events, communities activities, statements, and photographs.

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ANNUAL REPORT 2006-2007 MISSION STATEMENT Since our last Annual Meeting we have moved into our beautiful new home in Henderson. During ??. the transition time we did not miss a beat. Our Congregation supported the King David location. _.._._,? ? Week after week we had a full house and a varied Shabbat program including the introduction of "Shabbat Unplugged", a new musical service in addition to our already popular Shabbatone service. And we were able to have a wonderful year in religious school using Gibson and Ober public schools as site locations. Throughout all this transition our membership remained steady and our Rabb, attendance at events was strong. I was very proud of the support given by our Congregation. Sanfon lksetrad The year to come will present it's own special challenges. We hope to launch several new programs for young adults and mature adults. Israeli Dancing has quickly become very popular at our Shabbat services and we hope to offer it at other times as well. Perhaps even an "Israeli Cafe"? We have jump started our Chavurah program and revitalized our committees. We hope also to begin integrating some technological changes to our Temple . Music will be heard constantly in the environment surrounding our new home to reinforce the specialness of coming to Temple. Webcasting of Shabbat services and a more interactive website are also not too far off in our future. In short, lots of new faces, lots of new ideas, lots of changes. But it is all to the good! Thank you again for bearing with us during this transition year. I hope that you will continue to spread the word of all the wonderful things happening at our Temple, and that as always we continue to be "a special place to belong." What a year!!! The biggest news that I have to report is that the move was accomplished with out too much trouble or pain and over all we are utilizing our new facility to bring great programming to all of our congregants. As I continue to lead this board through the end of the year, we are focused on two very important tasks: (1) Create great programming for all ages. Programming that happens simultaneously in the building with a variety of choices for everyone. (2) Provide a happy and hard working staff that works to help guide and answer all of our congregants needs. ,vfarlaLetizia It is hard to believe that my reign as your president will be ending in just 6 months from now. rresident Part of my goal is to accomplish two large goals before I leave office. One of those is to institute name tags for all of our congregants so we can all begin to know each other better. And, the other is to begin a tradition of a Friday night Shabbat dinner that we can all be a part of in our social hall. The goal would be to have a dinner that all congregants can make a reservation for either on-line or by calling the office by a deadline of either Wednesday close of business or Thursday afternoon. At the time of reservation your credit card will be charged. Then there will be no more rushing to have dinner before services. The largest part of my annual report is to say thank you for all that each and everyone of you contribute to making CNT "A special place to belong"!. ? The mission of Congregation Ner Tamid is to provide meaningful religious services, life-long Jewish learning opportunities, cultural programs and social activities in order to perpetuate and advance Reform Judaism. To fulfill this mission, CNT's goals are: * to foster a warm, caring, and inclusive environment for a diverse community, including individuals, couples, and families of all types; * to provide a variety of opportunities for congregants to connect with the three pillars of Reform Judaism: Torah, Avodah, v'Gimilut Chasidim (study, worship and acts of loving kindness); * to support the State of Israel and K'lal Yisrael (the Jewish community) through membership in the Union of Reform Judaism and World Union for Progressive Judaism; * to promote a positive relationship with members of other religious traditions. Last year's word was "Transition". The word for this year has been ...... WOW! WE MADE IT! SPECIAL EVENTS * Opening weekend brought more than 1000 community and CNT members to see the new facility! * Torah Walk included hundreds of our congregants * Gala evening honored donors and community leaders * Purim Carnival took place the first weekend in the new facility * Selichot Under the Stars with Adat Ari El * Congregant of the Year Honoring David Stahl * A wonderful community Passover Seder for over 200 * Teacher Appreciation Shabbat TRANSITION * Throughout the past 18 months we successfully operated out of temporary offices * Services were held each week at King David Chapel - Thank you! * B'nai mitzvot became a "traveling road show", having their simchas at various venues * Successfully completed the move into phase 1 of our new facility * Hired additional staff to keep up with the needs of a growing congregation and new building WHAT1 S UP NEXT * Religious School Administration Wing and Classroom Building is scheduled for a July completion date and will be home to the following: * Jewish Library * Music Room with recording capabilities * Computer Lab with 25 workstations for use by the school as well as classroom instruction for all ages * Youth Lounge will be available for Teen Nights, Middle School programming, Youth Group meetings and more! * Teacher's Lounge for staff use * Early Childhood Education Center & Preschool will open in the Fall of 2007 * Family Promise will be hosted by CNT in the Fall ... Partnering with faith houses and community organizations, Family Promise assists families in the Las Vegas Valley to transition from homelessness to stability and independence through compassionate guidance, shelter and education * High Holiday Services will take pl.n the new sanctuary ? SOCIAL ACTION, CINDY JENSEN, CHAIRPERSON Tikun Olam. You've heard me say that to practice 'Tikun Olam' is to repair our world one mitzvah at a time. In fact, helping those in need is crucial, "holy" work. Each of us has a duty to work toward the betterment of our world and the world that we leave future generations. There are many opportunities, as you will see below, to make a difference throughout the year and I would encourage you to step out of your comfort zone and help us, as a community, help repair our world - together, one mitzvah at a time! * High Holiday Food Drive * Political Forum * Mitzvah Menorah * Opportunity Village * Mitzvah Days (October & April) * Interfaith Passover Seder * Family Promise CHESED (CARING), JOANNE HARRIS, CHAIRPERSON The Chesed Committee, also known as the committee with a heart, strives to create and sustain a Kehillat Chesed, a caring community. The following are some of the ways in which we reach out to the growing needs of our community: * Bikkur Cholim Society Notecards and visits those in hospital care Delivers baskets of holiday items to those who are recently home from the hospital or if there is a need * Phone calls of reassurance to those who are in recovery from an illness * Bereavement Groups * Senior Ride Program Over 100 seniors were able to attend service once a month due to a generous grant form the UJC/Las Vegas Jewish Federation . RITUAL, DEL ACOSTA, CHAIRPERSON The Ritual Committee works in partnership with the Rabbi and Cantorial Soloist in developing a vision for worship and ritual for the congregation. The goal is to continue to provide a place for worship, study & special programs. * Adopted a vision and mission statement * Enhanced the worship experience by adding a new musical Shabbat - Shabbat Unplugged * Continued the tradition of the Shabbatone service - a contemporary musical Shabbat * Presented Music Season Sabbath featuring Michael Isaacson * Supported Scholar-in-Residence Peninnah Schram Ways and Means, Michael Unger, Chairperson .. The goal of the Ways & Means committee is to create ideas. Encourage donation and overs_ee several fundra1sin_g events throughout the year. Monies raised from these efforts are used to augment funds received from membership dues and help support religious services, Temple programming, over head costs and cover the normal on-going expenses. HIGHLIGHTS * Kol Nidre Campaign raised more than ever before ... thank you to Scott Stolberg for chairing this effort * Opening Gala Celebration chaired by Sharna Blumenfeld, Debra Levy & Yvonne Gordon ... Congratulations on a fantastic job! * Yiskor book donations * Gift wrap booth at the Galleria Mall * New Campus Campaign Membership ... We are Growing! The membership committee exists to recruit, retain and welcome members to Congregation Ner Tamid. Throughout the year a new member coffee is held and member retention get-togethers are planned, as well as many other social functions all of w hich make Congregation Ner Tamid A Special Place to Belong. Our goal during this transition year was to maintain our membership and minimize attrition through ( 1) active recruitment, (2) quality Shabbat services and (3) excellent programming . * Membership increased 10% in the past year * New Member Coffee was held in the Fall * David Stahl was honored as Congregant of the Year * Chaver l'Chaver (Friend to Friend) coffee & dessert program was implemented in order to provide opportunities for Temple members to meet other Temple members from their neighborhood * A tradition was continued with hosting of Midbar Kodesh at our Annual Picnic * Revised and updated new membership application packet. * Revised and colorized monthly bulletin. * Established a membership table at Friday night Shabbat services, staffed by members of the committee and the board, to ,provide literature, membership applications and answer questions pertaining to membership and temple happenings. * Implemented a direct mail campaign mailing post cards four times a year to unaffiliated Jewish families primarily living in Henderson and Southeast Las Vegas zip codes highlighting upcoming temple events. GOALS FOR 2007 * Develop new display ad campaign for local publications that show the cultural diversity of our congregation with photographs of our members. * Development of a new and improved website to keep up w ith the changing needs of the Congregation and the community. a. Timely information b. Pay membership & program fees on-line c. Make a donation on-line d. Register for programs * Chavurah program for Temple members to come together, enjoy Jewish life, and enhance the Temple experience * Implementation of New Member Welcome Program * Name badges for members to wear at Shabbat services * Shabbat dinner program prior to Friday Shabbat services * Creation of new committees to meet the needs of our young families and older adults Under the leadership of the director of Lifelong Jewish Learning, Craig Rosen, this year saw many new additions to the religious school curriculum as well as the addition of family education days for each grade level. Enrollment in the religious school grew to over 200 students this year. The 9t h grade confirmation class of 13 students studied together and created a lasting bond as they made their way to Los Angeles to visit the Museum of Tolerance. The Gesher program (grades 10-12) capped their year off by attending the Panim el Panim (Face to Face) program in Washington, DC. The children. youth and teens of CNT are looking forward to the coming year with the following programs: * Early Childhood Education Center/Preschool w ill open in August * Opening of the Religious School classrooms in September Adult education opportunities expanded and many new classes were offered. * Adult B'nai Mitzvah & Conversion Classes * Introduction to Judaism * Judaism 101 taught by Rabbinic Intern Cookie Olshein * Monthly Women's Study Group * Beginning Hebrew * 2nd Mondays chaired by Roberta Sabbath * Minyan Torah Study on Shabbat Morning We will continue to expand these programs in the coming year and offer more opportunities for adults to engage in study. RABBINIC INTERN Congregation Ner Tamid w as very fortunate to again be able to host a rabbinical student from HUC/JIR this past year. Coolie Lea Olshein has contributed to the spiritual enhancement of CNT with w onderful Shabbat sermons, special programs on Shabbat morning throughout the year and a Saturday afternoon study program, Judaism 101 . Cookie also worked closely with Sisterhood leading the All Women's Seder, teaching a program on healing quilt and assisted the Women's Spirituality Group (formerly Rosh Chodesh). She also completed the Machzor used for High Holyday Family Morning Services, as well as the new Sanctuary Consecration Siddur and the Yorn Hashoah program . "When leading, my goal is to help participants see the portion differently than in the past and to figure out how Torah is relevant in our live.As you can imagine, our discussions are always lively " EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION Opening its doors in th e Fall of 2007 , this gateway to our Temple is a perfect pla ce for your child to begin their Jew ish Educational Journey. Imagine a school w here Jew ish learning comes to life on a daily basis, w here children ages 2-5 are celebrating Shabbat and the Jew ish Holidays, w here Jew ish values are not only taught but lived. This is what our preschool is all about and w e'd love for you to be a part of it! Under the guidance of our Director of Early Childhood Education, our school w ill be a model for preschool programs nationw ide. We w ill provide a w arm child centered school complete w ith an engaging curriculum, a nurturing friendly staff and a community that cares for one another. Weekly activities will include music, art, creative play, large and small motor skills development, language development, science, reading and other areas of educational interests. We w ill offer 3 and 5 full day and half day programs . In addition, w e w ill offer before and after school care. NTTY {NER TAMID TEMPLE YOUTH) This is CNT's youth group for grades 9-12. Our goal is to involve high school age youth with their peers on a local and regional basis by providing interesting programs that range from social to religious to social action. We are associated w ith NFTY (North American Federation of Temple Youth), and are a part of SWFTY (Southwest Region). This region includes youth groups from URJ temples in Nevada, Arizona, New Mexico and Texas . Our NTTY members have hosted regional programs, traveled to other cities to participate in activities with hundreds of other youth and are able to meet their peers in order to create lasting bonds of friendship and religion . NTTY is run by an elected board that plans events for bi-w eekly programs. If you're looking to meet new friends and have some fun, this is the group for you! TNT ... IT's EXPLOSIVE {TEENS OF NER TAMID) The goal of TNT is to involve young people in social experiences, in order to strengthen their relationships with each other, with the CNT family and with the Jewish community. Age requirements for TNT are grades 6-8. Members come from middle schools all over Southern Nevada and create friendships with an entirely new group of their peers. Whether your idea of a good time is cosmic bowling or watching a movie, hiking in Red Rock or a non-sleep sleepover, TNT has something explosive for you. Join us for a fun filled year of creative and exciting activities and a w hole circle of wonderful friends. ITTY BITTY NTTY {ITTY BITTY NER TAMID TEMPLE YOUTH) ltty Bitty NTTY is our newest youth group for those in grades 3-5. This group will meet at various times throughout the year. Parent volunteers will be w orking to plan the events which will include an ice cream social and game day, movies, trips and more! * Held services for S'lichot with Adat Ari El * Hosted community-wide Yorn HaShoah Observance in the Mack Sanctuary * The Visions concert, this year's community-wide Yorn Ha'atzmaut Celebration (Israeli Independence Day) * Monthly Senior Ride program, allowing seniors in the community to attend worship services by transporting them with a taxi service. Partially funded by a grant from the UJC/Jewish Federation of Las Vegas * Special needs program to meet the needs of students with learning disabilities attending our religious school. Partially funded by a grant from the UJC/Jewish Federation of Las Vegas * Scholarships for the Gesher Panim el Panim program provided by UJC/Jewish Federation of Las Vegas * The UJC/Jewish Federation of Las Vegas awarded CNT an advertising grant for the JACS program . * Annual Picnic with Temple Midbar Kodesh created an opportunity to get to know our neighbors! * Participated in the Las Vegas Jewish Film Festival ~, C1UTIE:S A.ND CAl EPINC Part of our growth has been the added position of our Facilities & Catering Director, Roberta Unger. With the versatility our beautiful new professional kitchen, Social Hall and Conferences Rooms were built with, we are now available for all your meeting and Simcha needs. * Bar/Bat Mitzvahs Receptions * Wedding Receptions * Birthday Parties * Business Meetings and Seminars * Support Group Meetings * Kitchen Facilities for mobile restaurants * Sponsored & Catered Onegs and Kiddushes SUPPORT GROUPS HOSTED BY CONGREGATION NER TAMID * JACS - Jewish Alcoholics, Chemically Dependent person and Significant other - a 12-Step program providing support and understanding to Jews in recovery * Alzheimers Support Group - Group open to all caregivers, family & friends of loved ones with Alzheimers. * Gamblers Anonymous - Group open to anyone w ho wishes to share their experience, strength and hope with each other that they may solve their common problem and help others to recover from a gambling problem . * Bereavement Group - Group open to .who have recently experienced the loss of a loved one. THE YEAR IN SISTERHOOD HIGHLIGHTS FOR YEAR * Chanukah Shopping Extravaganza , hosted by our ow n Gift Shop * Co-sponsored a film in the Jewish Film Festival with the Temple and Men's Club * Annual Progressive Dinner, with dessert at the Temple in the Social Hall * All Women's Seder * Membership Appreciation Dessert in our new facility * Great Lady Award for 2006 - Lynette Solomon, for her commitment to Sisterhood ON-GOING PROGRAMS * Tot Shabbat lead by Ellen Cropp & Dolly Farrow. Also helping, Craig Rosen, Director of Lifelong Learning and Lonnie Kritzler, Director of Early Childhood Education * Rosh Chodesh * Co-sponsored film at Jewish Film Festival with Temple and Men's Club * Judaic Gift Shop * Gift Wrap Sunday's at the Galleria Mall * Campership Fund - Sisterhood was able to help send 11 kids to camp! THE YEAR IN MEN1 S CLUB HIGHLIGHTS FOR YEAR * Sukkah at King David * Beautiful new BBQ grill island on our new patio * Men's Club Tuesdays at Galleria Mall for gift wrap fundraiser * Bowling social at Sunset Station * Lox and Shocks! Viewed private car collection of Jim Rogers * Torah Walk for new campus opening and consecration ceremonies ON-GOING PROGRAMS * Many great speakers at our monthly Breakfast Meetings * Annual Golf Tournament * Annual Men's Club Health Fair at Galleria Mall Rabbi & Mrs. Sanford Akse lrad Mr. Daryl Alterwitz Dr. John & Dr. Goesel Anson Mr. & Mrs. David App lebaum Mr. & Mrs. Kev in Bailey Mrs. Selma Bartlett Mr. Neil & Hon. Sylvia Beller Dr. & Mrs. Stewart Blumenfeld Dr. & Mrs. Allan Boruszak Ms. Beth Bowman Mr. & Mrs. Louis Bradfield Mr. & Mrs. Mark Bromberg Mr. & Mrs. Todd Butwinick Mr. & Mrs. David Cadish Dr. & Mrs. Stanley Canter Hon. Michael Cherry Mr. & Mrs. Mitchell Cohen Mr. & Mrs. Joe Cracraft Mr. Lorne Cramer Mr. & Mrs. Scott Dockswell Mr. & Mrs. Malcolm Doctors Mr. Irv Duchowny Mr. & Mrs. Leslie Dunn Mr. David Edelman & Ms. Adele Meyer Mr. & Mrs. Harvey Eisner Mr. & Mrs. Lawrence Epstein Mr. & Mrs. Kenneth Epstein Mr. Bruce Familian Ms. Deirdre Felgar Mr. & Mrs. Daniel Fendell Mr. & Mrs. Jeffrey Fine Mr. & Mrs. Mark Fine Ms. Susan Fine Dr. Barry Fisher & Andrea Dresser Ms. Jacqueline Fleekop Mr. Jerry Fox Mr. & Mrs. Brad Friedman Mrs. Norma Friedman Dr. & Mrs. Louis Friedner Mr. & Mrs. Jeffrey Gale Dr. & Mrs. Steve Glyman Mr. & Mrs. Philip Goldstein Mr. & Mrs . Robert Goldstein Dr. & Mrs . Russell P Gollard Mr. & Mrs. Gerald Gordon Mrs. Barbara Greenspun A Letter From Our Treasurer, Gregg Solomon Mr. & Mrs. Brian Greenspun Mr. & Mrs. Daniel Greenspun Mr. & Mrs. David Gross Mr. & Mrs. Mel Hallerman Ms. Andrea Harris-Brown Mr. & Mrs. Vic Hollander Ms. Cindy Jensen Ms. Leslie Jensen Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Jolcover Mrs. Eva Kallick Dr. & Mrs. Gary Kantor King David Memorial Chapel Mr. Irwin Kishner Mrs. Eileen Ko llins Dr. & Mrs. Stephen Ko ll ins Dr. Larry Lehmer & Mrs. Shelley Berkley Mr. & Mrs. Tom Letizia Mr. & Mrs. Drew Levy Mr. & Mrs. Cal Lewis Mr. Steven Lewis & Mrs Stacey Yahraus Lewis Mr. & Mrs . Barry Lewisohn Mr. & Mrs. Gary Lieberman Dr. & Mrs. Robert Litt Mrs. Joyce Mack Ms. M arilynn Mack Mr. William & Dr. Kathleen Mahon Mr. & Mrs. Alan Mann Mr. & Mrs. Arthur Marsha ll Ms. Cari Marshall Mr. Todd Marshall Mr. & Mrs . Stuart Mason Mr. & Mrs. Bernie Matusow Dr. & Mrs. Gary Mayman CNT Men's Club Mr. & Mrs. David Mendelson Mr. & Mrs . Ira Miller Mr. David Mizrahi & Ms. Linda Alterw itz-Mizrahi Mr. & Mrs. Alan Molasky Ms. Ma xine Molinsky Mr. Earl Monsey Mr. & Mrs . Ed Nigro Ms. Cookie Olshein Mr. & Mrs. Stanley Parnas Mr. & Mrs. David Polis Mr. & Mrs . Eric Polis ~- & Mrs. Jerry Polis D. l rs. Marc J. Pomerantz Mr. & Mrs. Jordie Primack Mr. & Mrs. Peter Reveen Mr. & Mrs. Michael Rodin Dr. & Mrs. Larry Rosen Mr. & Mrs. Drew Rounds Mrs. Roberta Sabbath Mr. & Mrs. Michael Saltman Mr. & Mrs. Lawrence Sandell Ms. Sandy Sandler Mr. & Mrs. Lawrence Sasso Mr. Harry Sax & Ms. Patty Myers Mr. & Mrs. Geoffrey Schafler Mr. & Mrs. Merrill Schultz Dr. & Mrs. Daniel Schuman Dr. & Mrs. Jerry Schwartz Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Schwartz Dr. & Mrs. Richard Schwartz Mr. & Mrs. Gilbert Shaw Dr. Irwin & Lisa Simon CNT Sisterhood Mr. & Mrs. Daniel Socolof Mr. & Mrs. Gregg Solomon Mr. Jonathan Sparer Mr. & Mrs. Ira Spector Dr. & Mrs. David Stahl Mrs. Vera Stern Mr. & Mrs. Scott Stolberg Mrs. Deanne Stralser Mr. & Mrs. Steven Strasser Rona ld & Carol Taylor Dr. Fred Toffel & Dr. Arlene Bumbaca Mr. & Mrs. Bob Unger Mr. Douglas Unger Mr. & Mrs. Michael Unger Mr. & Mrs. Andrew Urban Mr. & Mrs. James M. Wadkins Mr. & Mrs. John Wanderer Dr. & Mrs. David Wasserman Mr. Charles Weiner Dr. David Wikler Mr. & Mrs. Ron Worth Mr. Ze'ev Yacobovsky Mr. & Mrs. William Yaffe Judge Gilbert Yarchever & Mrs. Edythe Katz Yarchever Mr. & Mrs. Bernard Yu. Ms. Lois Zellers In 2006, we expanded further on many of the projects begun in 2005 as we continued our transition from a "Mom and Pop" style of accounting to an accounting system worthy of a $28 million facility with over 600 member families. This last year was especially cha llenging in view of the fact that we had to project revenues and expenses during our "wandering" period - the time that we were in temporary offices and conducted services at King David. 2006 reflected a period of fiscal conservatism, under the leadership of Marla Letizia and Harry Sax, where we instilled a culture of living within our means, catching up on old debts, and putting into place measurement tools to monitor our financial performance. In that regard, reports were put into place to monitor our cash position on a weekly basis. Additional contro ls were implemented in the areas of accounts payables, inter-company transfers and IT security. The general ledger chart of accounts was completely reworked to reflect more common business accounting practices, as well as to provide more meaningful controls and reports segregated by responsible individual. In the third quarter of 2006, we began the most difficult budgeting process in CNT history. A completely new set of spreadsheets, reports and procedures were developed to provide administration and lay-leadership better information about what they were responsible for, and how their areas performed in 2006 as compared to 2005. We also had to forecast line items for 2007 for a facility we had never operated (such as utilities, security, engineering and maintenance); revenues and expenses for new departments such as banquets and catering, pre-school, etc.; as well as projecting membership growth in an area and a building that we had no historical frame of reference. For 2007, we wi ll continue to refine our accounting system in areas such as reporting, chart of accounts, automation of routine procedures and budgeting. A complete budget analysis w ill be performed on a quarterly basis to true up our projections as we obtain better historical information about our building and membership. Greater emphasis w ill be placed on each department's performance as compared to budget to identify varia nces from forecast early on and make timely corrections as appropriate. All of these accomplishments were a result of some fantastic leadership from Marla, Harry, and our Rabbi, to name a few, and to the dedication and hard work of the Board, dozens of volunteers and the CNT staff. I am confident that CNT is ready for the substantial membership and financial growth that our new Temple wi ll bring. .,. .... CSaliUti ?Aa:nl:l l:lra~e OProgrammt'lg Ft: e& DRU go 1.1o SChlo l aPf'E!6Cl'OOI -- DOonatbao DRe:lt1)t:i. Scb:101 ?PrsclXlol OP,o;,arnml"7!] Fee:s 2006TEMPLE BOARD EXECUTIVE BOARD President - Marla Letizia VP Administration - Harry Sax VP Ways & Means - Michael Unger VP Youth & Education - Beth Falk VP Ritual - Del Acosta VP Member Recruitment - Jay Poster VP Member Retention - Marsha Goldberg VP Social Action - Cindy Jensen Treasurer - Gregg Solomon Corporate Secretary - Yvonne Gordon TRUSTEES Michele Fendell (2005-07) Barry Lewisohn (2005-07) Jordie Primack (2005-07) Debra Cohen (2005-08) Stacey Yahraus-Lewis (2005-08) Daryl Alterwitz (2005-08) lllisa Heimann (2006-09) Craig Kurtzman(2006-09) Mark Bromberg (2006-09) PAST PRESIDENTS Scott Stolberg Stewart Blumenfeld Drew Levy Bob Unger Jerry Gordon Cal Lewis Eileen Ko llins Kenneth Schnitzer Dr. David Wasserman Dr. Steve Kol/ins Hon. Michael Cherry Dr. Bernard Farrow * Eugene Kirshbaum * David Goldwater * deceased Menorah Level Donors are those who donate above their regular Temple dues. This Mitzvah allows CNT to do many things throughout the year KEEPER OF THE FLAME GOLD Dr. & Mrs. Allen Anes Dr. & Mrs. Stanley Canter Mr. & Mrs. Bruce Deifik Dr. Barry Fisher & Andrea Dresser Mr. & Mrs. Jeffrey Gale Mr. & Mrs . .A dam Bold Mr. & Mrs. Leslie Dunn Mr. & Mrs. Scott Henry Dr. & Mrs. Gary Kantor Mr. & Mrs. Tom Letizia Mr. & Mrs. Daniel Greenspun Mr. & Mrs. Alex Hazan Mrs. Joyce Mack Mr. & Mrs. Daniel Socolof Mr. & Mrs. Bob Unger Dr. & Mrs. David Wasserman Mr. David Malvin & Mrs. Nancy Crow Mr. & Mrs. Scott Stolberg BRONZE Mr. & Mrs . Mitchell Cohen Ms. Sarah Goldstein & Ms. Lisa Skurow Mr. & Mrs. Mel Hallerman Ms. Cindy Jensen Mr. & Mrs. Joel Levy Mr. & Mrs. Alan Mann Dr. and Mrs. Larry Rosen Mr. & Mrs. Drew Rounds Mr. & Mrs. Ron Worth SILVER Mr. Neil & Hon. Sylvia Beller Mr. & Mrs. Gary Blanchard Dr. & Mrs. Joel Davidson Mr. Bruce Familian Mr. & Mrs. Jeffrey Fine Ms. Susan Fine Mr. & Mrs. Gerald Gordon Mr. & Mrs. Drew Levy Mr. Steven Lewis & Mrs. Stacey Yahraus Lew is Mr. & Mrs. Barry Lewisohn Mr. & Mrs. Drew Rounds Dr. & Mrs. Steven Sanders Mr. Harry Sax & Ms. Patty Myers Mr. & Mrs. Gregg Solomon Mr. & Mrs. ?"'ve n Strasser M ,uglas Unger