Club TBA members craft message vases

Photo Courtesy of Tina Greenberg
Club TBA members Jordan Mailman, left, and Lily Harrison, both of West Orange, are shown crafting their message vases.

LIVINGSTON, NJ — On Nov. 5 and 6, Club TBA met for the second session in a series of programs based on Jewish values. November’s theme is “Kindness and Compassion.” Members of Club TBA of the Jewish Learning Program of Temple B’nai Abraham created a vase filled with personal messages with their interpretations of kindness and compassion. They did an amazing job; each was unique and different including: “Stop bullying,” “Be kind to others,” “Help the less fortunate,” “Don’t listen to gossip” and “Be a friend to all!”

Club TBA, for grades three through six, meets twice a month. The programs are an enjoyable social way for TBA students to have fun while socializing, eating pizza, and participating in games and activities with their TBA Jewish Learning Program friends. The group is led by TBA coordinator of special projects Arleen Lichtenstein.

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