ReJewvenation

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SAVE THE DATE: SEPTEMBER 15-17,2017

Thank you all so much for joining us Sept 16-18,2016 at ReJewvenation. It was so wonderful to share in all of the friendraising and fundraising with you! I hope that you had a wonderful weekend and are enjoying your little souvenirs, be it your Bottle & Bottega painting, your tie-dyed t-shirt, or just your lingering relaxation from those fantastic spa services!

Thank you to all of you for doing your part in helping us to raise over $15,000 in funds for camper scholarships! It’s because of your generosity that numerous children will be able to experience the warmth and love that you all had just a taste of this weekend. Camp is a place for children and adults alike to be their truest selves in a community of friendship and acceptance, and we couldn’t help nearly as many children without your help!

I also wanted to thank you for walking with me in the Race for the Cure. I was incredibly touched by your show of support. It meant so much to me! I’m so thrilled that we were able to start our weekend with the Shabbat Walk and end it with the Race for the Cure and friendship circle. It was so meaningful to be able to all be connected to one another like that!

Finally, here is one last little treat. This link will take you to a SmugMug account where we’ve posted photos from the weekend, https://bbcamp.smugmug.com/ReJewvenation-2016. If you joined in the photo booth sessions, you’re in for some big laughs!

Thank you again for doing your part in making ReJewvenation 2016 so special!

Warmly,

Michelle Caplan

ReJewvenation Chair

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