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Happenings at Beth Ahabah

Religious School teachers on the last day of class.

By Sarah Roper, Programs Manager

Religious School Pancake Breakfast

Beth Ahabah Religious School students ended the year with friends, fun, and food on Sunday, May 19th.

The morning began with a delicious pancake breakfast prepared by the Beth Ahabah Brotherhood and enjoyed by students, parents, teachers, and staff.

Many thanks to our amazing volunteers who arrived as early as 7 a.m. to begin preparing pancakes (plain, blueberry, and chocolate chip), turkey sausage, and eggs.

Everyone enjoyed their morning feast! After a great morning of classes, including a closing assembly that included a slide show of the year’s photographic highlights, families said goodbye to each other over ice cream sandwiches and other frozen confections.

Thank you so much to our awesome teachers and madrichim (teen teaching assistants). It’s been a fantastic year and we look forward to seeing everyone again when Religious School begins again in September—or over the summer at our congregational cookouts, services, and other events!

 Beth Ahabah Teens and Temple Youth (BATTY)

Kings Dominion Trip


On Sunday, May 26th, members of the 8th – 12th grade BATTY group had the opportunity to spend the day at Kings Dominion.

They spent the day strolling through the park, riding roller coasters, savoring Sweet Frog frozen yogurt, and enjoying each other’s company.

This was the group’s final activity of the school year. All 8th – 12th grade events are planned by the BATTY Teen Board, which is formed over the summer and meets throughout the school year.

All Beth Ahabah 10th – 12th graders are eligible to serve on the Board; please contact Sarah Roper at programs@bethahabah.org is you have any questions about this amazing opportunity.

Flying Squirrels Baseball Game

On Sunday, June 2nd, approximately 75 congregants and their guests gathered at the Diamond to cheer on the Richmond Flying Squirrels baseball team.

Although the Erie Seawolves outscored the home team, the game was a home run for everyone who attended!

We thank the Beth Ahabah Brotherhood for subsidizing the game tickets and for planning and arranging the event. It was a wonderful way to kick off the summer!