- Spiritual Practice
Mincha Ma’ariv Service (Online)
- Saturday, January 29
- 3:30 PM to 4:30 PM
Our Mincha Ma’ariv service includes the celebration of the B’Mitzvah of Ethan Vecchiotti. Please take note: This service is being held remotely and will be a private family service.
It’s a bird! It’s a plane! Nope, it’s not Superman either. It’s Ethan Vecchiotti!
My over enthusiastic parents think I’m great at everything, but I’m best at drawing when it comes to my skill set. I also like soccer, competitive skiing, and watching movies. (Sadly, playing video games isn’t a unique thing that people do these days. Or so everyone keeps telling me.) By the way I also love to make people laugh, even though it’s mostly with puns.
I’m supposed to talk about my siblings, and I have A LOT to say about them, but I’ve been limited to their names and ages. My older sister Amelia is actually pretty cool. She’s 15 years old. Don’t tell my little brother Ryan that he’s the best 9 year old I know. We also have a dog, her name is Scout; she is going to be 6 years old in April.
I am a seventh grader at Wellesley Middle School. My favorite subject is art because I love to draw. What this Bar Mitzvah means to me is gaining responsibility, and being part of a community. I want to make a difference in the world and in the lives of the people I love, so I am dedicating time and raising money for Buzzards Bay Coalition and the Parkinson’s Foundation.