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Bamidbar 5774 - May 23rd 2014
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Friday 23rd May 2014
 

Many of you have been asking for an easier to read You & US that links you quickly and easily with what’s going on across The US and all of our communities. Your wish is our command!

Great News for Coeliacs
Dove’s Farm’s Gluten free range of biscuits and flour is now KLBD certified! Click here for the full list of kosher products.

Run for the Future and have some FUN! 
US Futures is looking for runners and walkers who'd like to have some fun taking part in Maccabi's Community Fun Run on 22 June at Allianz Park. We are looking for people who want to help raise funds to support The US’ activities with young people whilst having some real fun. Click here to find out more (including our unique take on United Rabbis!) or contact usfutures@theus.org.uk if you’d like to join the team.

Celebrate Yom Yerushalayim with US Living & Learning
Yom Yerushalayim (Jerusalem Day) is this coming week. To mark the occasion, the US’ Living & Learning department, together with WZO, are organising a wonderful event in Borehamwood. The Chief Rabbi will be there as will the IDF choir. Click here to see them in action. Online booking has now closed but if you want to come along, tickets will be available on the day for £10! Spaces are limited so make sure to get there early.

Watch out for a Cheesecake Landslide Next Week
Next week, to get you all in the Shavuot spirit, we will be tasting some of KLBD bakeries finest cheesecakes to determine who the winner of the You & US Cheesecake of the Year 2014 will be. Catch next week’s edition for the cheesiest competition in town.

Chief Rabbi Shavuot Shiur
The Chief Rabbi will be giving his Shavuot shiur on Sunday 1st June. Click here for more details.

Last Chance to Have Your Say - The Prime Minister’s Holocaust Commission 
The Prime Minister’s Holocaust Commission want your views on the future of Holocaust education and commemoration. The cross-party, national Commission on the Holocaust was launched by the Prime Minister in January to investigate what more needs to be done to ensure Britain has a permanent and fitting memorial to the Holocaust, as well as the educational resources we need for generations to come.

The Holocaust Commission is dedicated to keeping their memory alive and the views of the Jewish community are integral to the recommendations which will be presented to the Prime Minister later this year.

The deadline to have your say is Friday 30th May - click here or write to The Holocaust Commission, PO Box 72270, London, SW1P 9WU.

Wishing you a Shabbat Shalom.
The You & US Team
(editor@theus.org.uk)


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