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Mincha Ma’ariv Service (Hybrid)

Our Mincha Ma’ariv service includes the celebration of the B’Mitzvah of Chase and Hunter Rothschild.

About Chase
Hi Temple Beth Elohim Community!
I am Chase Rothschild. When I am not at school, you can find me following the stock market. I love learning about new companies and monitoring the trends. I have lots of other hobbies and interests, such as fishing, basketball, skiing, and playing tennis. In the winter, I spend my weekends skiing with my family. During summer, you can find me playing everyday on the tennis courts, or fishing with my dad, Papa, and brother. I attend 7th grade at the Rashi School in Dedham, where I like all of my classes and especially my friends. I play many school sports, including baseball, soccer, and basketball.I live in Natick with my parents, twin brother Hunter, and younger, nine-year-old sister, Madison.  I am very lucky because my grandparents and many cousins live nearby, so I get to spend a lot of time with my family on weekends, which makes me happy. Having my bar Mmitzvah has been a lot of work and it makes me feel responsible and proud. I am excited to be considered an adult in the Jewish community. I have enjoyed giving back to the community this year by making bagged lunches that were distributed to the homeless.
About Hunter
Hello Temple Beth Elohim,
My name is Hunter Rothschild and I live in Natick with my parents, twin brother Chase, and younger sister Madison. I am a seventh grader at the Rashi School in Dedham. I started at the Rashi school in Kindergarten and enjoy my teachers, friends, and especially school trips. I have been an active member of Student Government at my school and play on all my school’s sports teams. I have several basketball practices each week and love playing in weekend tournaments with my team. When I am not playing basketball, you can find me spending time with my friends, checking the stock market, playing video games, or cooking. I love to try new foods, visit new restaurants, and travel with my family.I am looking forward to becoming a bar mitzvah and sharing the day with my twin brother, family, and friends. I can’t wait to celebrate all of the hard work that has gone into this day. For one of my service projects, I made bagged lunches that were distributed to the homeless.