Beth Judea's Purim Masquerade Ball

Will you be the belle of this year's Masquerade Ball? Join Queen Nagel, and King Rottman at Beth Judea's Masquerade Ball. Don't forget your mask (or we'll provide one for you).

     Congregation Beth Judea invites the community to an evening of Purim fun and celebration at its PURIM MASQUERADE 2013 to be held at the synagogue on Saturday evening, February 16 from 8:00 - 11:30 PM. It is a time for our community to join together and celebrate Beth Judea and honor this year's Purim King and Queen, Orin Rotman, a Beth Judea lay leader and Karen Nagel, the Sisterhood Gift Shop maven.      Costumes are optional, but masks are required. (There will be free masks at the door.)  The evening will be full of fun, great food and drinks, live music, and silent and live auctions; this event is for those who are 21 and older.  Evening casual attire is suggested.      Cost: $65/person. There will be a special donor ($125/person) and sponsor ($250/person) reception at 7:30 PM. A special thank you to our event sponsors, Gary and Erica Krugel, mustanglist and the Shalom Memorial Funeral Home.  Catering will be by Chicago Tailgators; live music will be by Matt Lewis and the Union.  Music is graciously provided by the Jack Rizman Memorial Fund. Please RSVP by February 3.      To find out more about the Purim Masquerade, visit http://www.cbjpurimparty.org/ or call the synagogue office at 847/634-0777 begin_of_the_skype_highlighting            847/634-0777     end_of_the_skype_highlighting.  Please make your check payable to Congregation Beth Judea. Beth Judea is located on IL Route 83 and Hilltop Road, Long Grove. Michael Gluck and Andrew Bauman are the Co- Chairpersons of this event. Monies raised will help Beth Judea continue its commitment to fulfilling the spiritual, educational, cultural and social needs of the Jewish comunity of Chicago's northwest suburbs.

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