North Cincy United Synagogue Youth, a joint effort of Northern Hills Synagogue and Congregation Ohav Shalom, invites the entire community to its annual Noodle Night on Sunday, June 3, at 6:30 p.m. The evening will feature an Italian dinner prepared by the USY teens, with pasta choices, garden salad, and dessert, followed by a talent show. The event will be held at Northern Hills Synagogue.
There is a cost to attend. The price is lower for those 17 and under, with a maximum charge per family. All proceeds raised will benefit the chapter’s Social Action/Tikkun Olam Fund. “Tikkun Olam” means “repairing the world,” and the fund is used to support worthy social action projects.
The lineup for this year includes both teens and adults. The USY board will have a group act, and members of the Ad Hoc Klezmer Band will present some Israeli tunes. Jeri Fish and Mel Shapiro will sing “Do You Love Me” from Fiddler on the Roof, and Rabbi Mark Washofsky will perform Bruce Springsteen songs. Talent Show veterans Jonathan Mason, Vanessa Leahr, and Leah Mossman will each sing solos, and Rita Postolski will make her first appearance at the event. Bill Freedman will serve as emcee.
Claire Lee, who is organizing the entertainment, observed, “Everyone looks forward to the USY Noodle Night and Talent Show every year because it’s so much fun. Between the dinner and the show, people certainly feel they get their money’s worth, and all proceeds go to tzedakah (charity) projects of the joint Northern Hills/Ohav Shalom youth group.”
For more information or to make reservations, please contact Chava Farb, NCUSY director, or the Northern Hills office.