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A varied and interesting programme is planned for JACS for the summer.

The next few months events are as follows:

 Why not join us for one of these events? Contact Gay Moss to let her know you will be coming. Our programme for the next three months is:

January    
3

Bill Cunningham

Scams

One  word that embraces  a vast range of  attempted  frauds  such as

identity theft, false internet purchase, spoof emails or bank transfers.

10

      Steve Dobson      

‘Life Less Ordinary’

The story of GoUnusual, an organisation presenting

a myriad of unusual travel ideas.

17

 

Sheila Willis

Beside the Seaside

We go back in time to the pleasures of a

holiday at the British seaside.

24

 

Tea at Squires,

             Shepperton

Holocaust Memorial programme at the Synagogue so we

meet at Squires Garden Centre, Haliford Road, Upper

Haliford, Shepperton, TW17 8SG, at 3.00pm.

31

      Rabbi Kath Vardi

History of the Kibbutz Movement

‘From each according to his ability to each according to his needs’

– the Israeli communal settlements founded early in the last

century and flourishing today.

February    
7

 

Colin Parrish

Peter the Great

Ruler of Russia, from the age of 10, for 43 years – father of 14

children only three of whom survived to adulthood.

14

 

Ian Bevan

 

Victorian Leisure and Pleasure

The years  between 1937 and 1901 saw  the greatest  upsurge in

leisure pursuits, but very much subject to class consciousness.

21

 

Alan Gallop

‘Subsmash’

The mysterious disappearance of submarine

HMS Affray in April 1951.

28

 

Lorimer Burn

Incredible Flying Boats

From the first seaplanes at the end of the 19th century to the

giant Spruce Goose of the 40’s and today’s developments.

March

 
7

Film

‘A Courageous Heart’

The story of Irena Sendler who saved around 2500

Jews from the Warsaw ghetto.

14

Julie Beaven

 

Living and Working in the Middle East

Julie has first hand experience as a teacher in a

number of countries.

21

 

Annual Meeting

 

– and Birthday Lunch

This will be our 31st birthday!

(Meeting commences at 12.30pm)

28

Closed

It is two days prior to Erev Pesach

 

     

If you would like to come to JACS but have a transport problem then we may be able to assist you. Do contact Gay Moss regarding free car lifts from certain areas.

JACS meet each Wednesday, except on Yom Tovim or when we have an outing. Meetings are followed by tea, cakes (and a chat!). Why not come along for an event that interests you? Each meeting £3.
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