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Laugh a little
You've heard the saying: "All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy". Well, it's true, and as we approach the holiday season, your site Administrator (named "Jack" for those of you who don't know), has decided to add a pinch of spice to this website.
Beginning today, a new feature has been added. It's called "Laugh a little" and you can find it at the bottom of the "Main Menu" to the left. Each Wednesday, a new joke will be featured. I'll try not to use jokes that might be too provocative; after all, this is supposed to be a family-friendly site.
Please, if you don't have a sense of humour, don't bother checking it out - but if you do, I hope you enjoy it.
Can Menorah Drive in Full Swing
We've made a great start, but there's still a long way to go to get enough food cans to build a giant menorah at Devonshire Mall. Once the menorah is built, the cans of food will be donated to the Windsor Unemployment Help Centre, where they will be used to help feed Windsor's needy.
Join us at 4:00PM on December 6, 2010 at the Devonshire Mall for the official lighting of the Giant Menorah. Click here, or on the picture of the flyer below to get your own printable copy of the invitation.
Who said radio programming is dead?
Recently, I learned that our rabbi is a frequent guest on the CJAM radio program "Boker Tov", and that past programs are available for download from the website. I've compiled audio clips from past appearances, and will be uploading new clips each time the rabbi makes an appearance on the program.
The Boker Tov program runs on Thursday mornings, from 8:30AM - 10:30AM on FM 99.1. The first half-hour is generally devoted to talk with various guests. The remaining time is devoted to Yiddish and Hebrew music, comedy, and other content that visitors to this website might enjoy.
Please listen in, and support the University's volunteer radio station during the pledge drive going on from now until November 6th, 2010. Visit the website (www.cjam.ca) for further details and to find out how to stream this program live!
In order to access the clips of past programs, please use the "The Rabbi on Radio" link on the menu bar at the left of the screen.