A happy/sad day

Today was a very sad, yet simultaneously happy day.  It was the final day of the Pri Adamah season.  As you probably know, Pri Adamah is the Temple Sinai Community Supported Agriculture program that I have blogged about before.  It was sad because it was the last day of four months of an amazing opportunity to walk outside and find amazingly fresh, organic, locally grown, beautiful produce.  It was also immensely happy because it has been such a wonderful experience for me personally, for all of the Pri Adamah members, the volunteers who helped, for our farmer Daniel Hoffman and his team, and for the Social Action committee that worked tirelessly to make this project a reality for our community.

Don’t fret Temple Sinai and Pri Adamah!  The social action committee is already thinking about next season.  Only 8 more months until next season starts!

(If you have positive things to say about Pri Adamah, please feel free to comment on this post or email me privately.  It will help the committee with recruitment for next year!)

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I am a rabbi living in North America. I was ordained from HUC-JIR. This is my blog.
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