80/20: Dinner for a Difference With the Hon. Irwin Cotler
|6:30- 8:30 @SSMU Break Out Room |
3480 McTavish $15 at the door
Did you know?
The wealthiest 20% of the world controls almost 80% of the world's wealth.
Hillel McGill is proud to present the 80/20 dinner:
Our first annual Social Action Dinner: Dinner for a Difference with Irwin Cotler.
Come listen to Irwin Cotler speak and engage with students about global issues, inequality and our responsibilities as students. This is an incredible opportunity to learn, be inspired, and indulge in a fun and interactive dinner experience!!!
Most importantly, enjoy a GREAT dinner with AMAZING students from your campus!!
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Alternative Spring Break to LA
For more information about the trip and how to register contact BEV
Hillel House of Mitzvahs "House Warming" Party
Wednesday, November 24
7:30pm - 9:00pm
COME JOIN US IN CELEBRATING OUR HILLEL HOUSE OF MITZVAHS HOUSE WARMING PARTY!
Hillel House of Mitzvahs is a volunteer program that gives university and CEGEP students the opportunity to become actively involved in projects to help those in need around the community.
The AIM of this party is to promote awareness of our program and give you the opportunity to hear about the various volunteer ideas and events for the upcoming year.
To help start building our house of mitzvahs, please bring a house warming gift of either a can or clothing you wish to donate!
In exchange for your help, we will be serving beer, wine and snacks!!
We need YOU to make this happen
This is your chance to get involved!!
Please help us in improving the lives of othersrs!
MIAMI SOCIAL ACTION TRIP
FOR CEGEP STUDENTS ONLY
Cost: FREE!! You just need to show up!
People are responsible for their own transportation.
Date: January 2-9th 2011
Accommodations: Holiday Inn Coral Gables, Miami Florida
What will we be doing: We'll be working with City Year, an organization that was founded on the belief that young people can change the world.
Face-to-face service opportunities will include working in soup kitchens, visiting the elderly, helping in homeless shelters, tutoring during after school programs and much, much more! Participants should be prepared for intense days of hands-on service and be open to experiential learning as a means to increase knowledge about socio-economic and social justice issues.
Two partnering organizations will be
Boys and Girls Club www.bgcmia.org
For more information about the trip and how to register contact BEV by November 19th
Are you a Bialik High School Grad?
Bialik High School is looking for Bialik graduates who are now at Concordia to assist in strategies and initiatives towards sustainability. If you are interested please contact email@example.com
BLUE RODEO CONCERT
Special rates available for students
This year, the 27th annual ORT Montreal Benefit Gala will be taking place on Tuesday November 30, 2010 at Place des Arts. The ORT leadership has graciously offered Hillel Montreal the opportunity to raise funds through this event. The GALA will feature BLUE RODEO, one of the most successful and well known contemporary Canadian bands. Blue Rodeo has won Canada's Group of The Year Juno Award five times (more than any other band in Canada). Theyhave released 12 full-length studio albums; three live recordings, one greatest hits package and five video/ DVDs. Their studio albums have sold over three million copies. Blue Rodeo played at half time at the 2009 Grey Cup. For more information on the band go to www.bluerodeo.com
To purchase tickets in support of Hillel Montreal please go to the link below, fill it out and either email or fax it to the ORT office. Please use this form as it will give Hillel the recognition for the sale.
Recipe of the week
Deep-fried curly endive.
Gastronomically speaking, you might say that it was Hanukkah all year round in the Roman Ghetto--the enforced, segregated area where Rome's Jewish community lived from the 16th-19th century. Resources were scarce during those centuries, and frying foods in oil was one of the cheapest--and therefore most common--ways to make dinner.
As a result, oily dishes like carciofi alla Guidia (fried artichokes), fritto misto (fried mixed vegetables), and filetti di baccala (fried cod filets) were commonplace throughout the year, not only in celebration of the Maccabees' miraculous Hanukkah lamp.
When Hanukkah arrived, however, neither of the traditional fried dishes familiar to American Jews--latkes and sufganiyot--were on the menu. Instead, Roman Jews celebrated the festival of lights with lemony fried chicken and torzelli, a savory side dish made of curly endive that is battered and deep-fried. Curly endive (sometimes labeled frisee or chicory in grocery stores) comes into peak season during the cold winter months--not coincidentally, right around Hanukkah. Those thrifty-by-necessity Roman Jews understood that seasonal cooking equaled economical cooking.
Dredged in flour and slipped into sizzling oil, torzelli adds a touch of much-needed bite and freshness to the winter table. And brightened with salt and lemon zest, it boldly rivals a plate of latkes.
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As we are fast approaching our event date of Sunday November 21st 2010 at 6:00 p.m. please call Linda Balass at 514-953-5717 as soon as possible to reserve your seat. The tickets are $90 with a tax receipt and for the youth under 26 we are selling the tickets for $35.
FIGHT THE BITE
Montreal Torah Center
Invites you to dinner in Hampstead on Friday November 26th
Service at 6:30, followed by dinner at 7:00pm
Tickets are $10
For more info call or email Debbie 514.661.2983
Ethiopian-Themed Shabbat Dinner
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March of Remembrance and Hope
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Kollel Torah MiTzion
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The Grassroots Israel Experience
Looking for an in-depth way to engage with Israel and Judaism through social change work?
The Yahel Social Change Program is an exciting 5-month service learning experience for young adults between the ages of 21 and 27. The program is based in the town of Gedera in Israel, and combines hands-on volunteer work with in-depth learning and immersion. Offered in collaboration with a grassroots non-profit organization working in the Ethiopian community in the fields of community empowerment and education, this is a unique opportunity to take part in meaningful and innovative social change efforts in Israel. Yahel participants live, volunteer and learn alongside young adults from the local Ethiopian-Israeli community. Substantial grants and scholarships are available through Masa Israel Journey. Yahel is now accepting applications for the Spring 2011 program. To learn more about the Yahel Social Change Program please visit: http://www.yahelisrael.com/programs_socialchange.php
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