Food for Your Soul took place virtually on November 11th
Toba and Allen Freeman were honored
The 11th annual Food for your Soul took place virtually on Thursday, November 11, 2021, starting at 6:30pm. Toba and Allen Freeman were honored with the Tzedek Award, recognizing their more than 50 years of leadership and commitment to Sholom. Their children, Sue Freeman and Neil Borenstein, Jennifer Gray and Mark Freeman, Nancy and Jeff Getzkin and Barb and Todd Striker, served as the event’s honorary co-chairs. In addition, Rhoda and Don Mains and Marsha and Gary Tankenoff served as Event Committee Co-Chairs.
For the second year in a row, the event was free and open to the public. This year’s theme is Food for your Soul: Like Bubbe Used to Make featured cooking demonstrations of popular Jewish foods, cooking tips from local Bubbe’s and an interactive art project to help you understand how the arts benefit Sholom residents.
There are multiple ways you can show your support, including becoming an event sponsor, placing a tribute ad in honor of Toba and Allen Freeman in our event ad book or making a general donation. Dollars raised will help ensure that Sholom residents and tenants live their lives with comfort, dignity and quality care.
Questions? Contact Christie Schueppert, 952-939-1664, email@example.com
**EVENT MEAL DEAL** – Spirit of Asia is offering a special meal deal “Like Bubbe Used to Make” for you to enjoy while watching Food for your Soul. Meal options include Toba Freeman’s Honey Chicken ($35 + tax) or Pan-Seared Salmon with chili-hoisin sauce ($37 + tax). To learn more and to order your meal, call David Hill at 612-724-4056 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Ways of Giving
Thank You to Our Sponsors
The Toba & Allen Freeman Family
TOBA & ALLEN FREEMAN
Nancy & Jeff Getzkin • Mark Freeman & Jennifer Gray
Sue Freeman & Neil Borenstein • Barb & Todd Striker
Stephen & Nancy Lane
Sandy Okinow & Stan Segelbaum
Sheila & Steve Lieberman
Michelle & Steve Shaller
Jake, Jori & Kacey Liefschultz
in memory of Emily Lachinsky
Harrison Grodnick, Phil Grodnick,
Herb Schechter, Tony Shink
Polly and Mike Saxon