Chanukah Celebration

ALTTA-Web-graphic2017Once again, the highlight of our Chanukah season was the particularly beautiful performance of A Light Through the Ages on December 10, 2017, our annual gift to the Greater Boston community.

Last year, we were proud to honor the following important local organizations whose work illustrates the underlying values of Chanukah as well as those of CRT: justice and peace; stimulating interfaith dialogue; and providing cultural enrichment. We will honor eight new organizations in 2017.

  1. Boston Arts Academy, Anne R. Clark, Headmaster
  2. Boston Celtics Shamrock Foundation, Sam Taub, Community Engagement, Boston Celtics
  3. Boston Police Department, William G. Gross, Superintendent-in-Chief
  4. Bridge Over Troubled Waters, Elisabeth Jackson, Executive Director
  5. Codman Square Health Center, Sandra Cotterell, Chief Executive Officer
  6. Community Servings, David B. Waters, Chief Executive Officer
  7. Islamic Society of Boston Cultural Center, Yusufi Vali, Executive Director
  8. Jewish Vocational Service, Jerry Rubin, President and Chief Executive Officer

Volunteer on the A Light Through the Ages Committee
Share your talents to help us offer the best Chanukah celebration yet. We need folks to assist on December 10, the day of the event, and in the coming months to help with the many tasks necessary to promote this unique meaningful experience. If you are interested, please talk to Susan Werbe or Paula Dickerman, or contact us at  info@centralreformtemple.org