Community Passover resources.
I hope this letter finds you and your family healthy and well. As you may expect, the JCC of Greater Dayton, along with the Jewish Federation, is monitoring the COVID-19 situation very closely.
Since the onset of the COVID-19 global pandemic we have been in constant contact with state and federal officials regarding our communities’ needs, issues, priorities, and questions.
Dayton along with 15 other US communities and Budapest, Hungary has a very special relationship with the Central Region of the Western Galilee in Israel.
Within the past month or so, there have been lots of changes – big ones, little ones, and everything in between. Most of our lives are completely different than they were “pre-coronavirus.”
Calling all sewers! We have connected with a group of sewers from the Facebook group Brookville Sewing Masks who are sewing mask covers for the N95 masks for nursing homes and doctors offices and they need our help.
PJ Library Read-a-Longs with Kate, virtual playdates, and more!
The K-Club did a wonderful job starting our garden this month. We planted seeds of six different vegetables: sugar snap peas, radishes, kohlrabi (a weird looking, but delicious root vegetable), mixed lettuce, spinach and curly kale.
Considering the closure of all the schools – and we don’t know how long that will last, maybe till the end of the school year – we need to make some changes in handling the Max May Art and Lydia May Writing contests.
March normally brings about the promise of Spring, the excitement of the NCAA basketball tournament, and preparations for Passover. Instead, we find ourselves grappling with the uncertainty of what will happen in the coming weeks and days.