An Update from our Gift Shop
As 2015 comes to a close, we would like to give you an update on the B’nai Torah gift shop.
We had a very successful Hanukkah season fulfilling everyone’s needs for candles. In addition to the traditional candles, we reintroduced the taller multicolored ones made in Israel which proved to be very popular this year. Collectors added to their collection with their choice of unique dreidels in a variety of shapes and colors and our assortment of menorahs appealed to young and old. New this year was the introduction of nut free candy, chocolate drizzled popcorn and chocolate lollipops with a Hanukkah theme.
Mezuzahs continued to be a popular item for personal use as well as gift giving. We offered our Bar and Bat Mitzvah young people with an opportunity to choose from the many beautiful Tallits during our recent showing and sale. (We would like to thank the many volunteers that helped make this fundraiser such a success.)
We would also like to thank Robin and Deno for all that they do for us throughout the year and we appreciate the Gift Shop coverage in the e-Megillah.
We look forward to many new and exciting additions for the coming year.
Please feel free to contact us with any suggestions or special requests as we strive to make the B’nai Torah Gift Shop YOUR GIFT SHOP!
Wishing you all a Happy and Healthy 2016,
Linda and Nancy
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