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What is the Shir Ami Golf Outing w/ Mah Jongg and Cards?
The Shir Ami Golf Outing with Mah Jongg and Cards is a social and fundraising event that brings our community 
members together to participate in some of our favorite activities while  supporting Shir Ami’s Circle of Giving. 

Bring your friends to join in golf, Mah Jongg bridge, canasta or other card games, meet new friends as we participate in the activities or just kibbitz over lunch.

The funds raised from this event will allow Shir Ami to continue our tradition of providing quality programs for the Jewish community and outreach programs for the broader local community.

Monday, May 15, 2023
Philmont Country Club
301 Tomlinson Road
Huntingdon Valley, PA 19006
8:00 am - Golf Registration
Warm-up with free range balls at the 
driving range and putting green.
Enjoy breakfast as you prepare for the round.

9:00 am - Golf Outing Begins 
with a Shotgun Start

10:30 am - Card Room Opens
Mah Jongg, Canasta, Bridge, Poker…it’s up 
to you! Coffee, tea, soft drinks and 
snacks will be provided. Prizes 
and raffles available.

1:30 pm - Luncheon
Everyone gathers for a live auction 
featuring great prizes 
from area businesses. 50/50 winner 
announced. Golf awards 
presented and more. 
Who is Shir Ami
Shir Ami is the hub of Reform Judaism in Bucks County. We are dedicated to sustaining and growing a vibrant and diverse Jewish Community. We are devoted to educating all who seek a greater understanding of our tradition, values, and practices. We are committed to connecting with each other, cultivating spiritual growth, creating a just and compassionate society, and supporting Israel and our Jewish family worldwide.

What is the Circle of Giving
This fund supports the entirety of Shir Ami's mission and values: Spiritual Growth, Learning, Social Life, and Making an Impact – wherever the need is greatest. Specific efforts are in support of local food insecurity, voter engagement, environmental justice and general community outreach. 
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Event Chairs:
Brett Cohen, Marc Luber, Rabbi Eric Goldberg, Todd Leon
Sun, February 5 2023 14 Sh'vat 5783