Monday, January 4, 2010

Kabbetz In Seattle


For the first time ever Kabbetz, the Union’s regional conference of twenties and thirties, is gathering in Seattle, WA! Our committee chairperson has been working overtime from the Kabbetz base camp in Los Angeles to make sure this West coast gathering is a success. The poster printed to promote this event reads, “Yibaneh HaMikdash: Building our Community,” and with that in mind this weekend promises to be a real opportunity for connection.

Affordable accommodations are being set aside at the Red Lion Hotel in South Seattle just minutes away from our host congregation, Beit Hashofar. Synagogue Beit Hashofar is the oldest Messianic Jewish synagogue in the Northwest and one of the most beautiful small shuls in the Seattle area. Registration information will be available shortly, until then look for cheep tickets and brush up on your Japanese T-shirt folding techniques. I can’t wait to see you there!

6 comments:

starmid said...

Best rates I've been able to find so far:

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Jeff

korin said...

Uhmmm...what is Japanese T-shirt folding? Is it some North Westy thing of which I am unaware? At any rate, everyone should be here for the Kabbetz in Seattle. I never get out and it's the only way I can meet all of you!

Tim Layne said...

Watch the video, Korin, learn up. And yes the Northwest has a strong population of Japanese Americans :)See you at Kabbetz!!!

Roman said...

Kabbetz Seattle is going to be sooooo awesome, great post Tim, were all gonna have one mamish dope time!

Julsy said...

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Tim Layne said...

Yeah, so Kabbetz was really rad, everyone had a blast and I made some new friends. A big yasher koach and a thank you to all involved!