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Shabbat Morning Service (Hybrid)

Our Shabbat service includes the celebration of the B’Mitzvah of Cody Schneider and Hannah Ginsberg.

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About Cody
Hello everyone –
I am Cody Schneider and I am a seventh grader at Wellesley Middle School.  I enjoy most of my classes but my favorite is Science.  Whenever there is snow on the ground you will likely find me skiing.  I am on the free skiing team at Mad River Glen in Vermont.  Free skiing is so much fun for me because nothing can match the feeling of soaring through the air off a big jump or cliff.

I have a sister named Phoebe who is two years younger than me.  My parents’ names are Andrea and Randy and I have a one and a half year old dog named Otis. I like to think that I am the comedian of the family but my sister begs to differ.

Becoming a Bar Mitzvah means a lot to me because it’s an important tradition in our family.  All of the Jewish men in our family have had a Bar Mitzvah and I am happy to keep the tradition going.

About Hannah
Hi TBE community! I am Hannah Ginsberg, from Natick and I am 7th grader at Kennedy Middle School.

I am passionate about dance and have been doing this for over 11 years.  I love all styles of dance, but my favorite is Jazz! The best  part of dance is being with my friends and working  as a team! I always look forward to our competition season in March and my recital in June when I am able to perform all my hard work on stage!

Not only do I love dance, but I love my overnight camp!  This will be my 7th summer attending Camp Pembroke! Whether I am singing at Shabbat services, swimming in the lake or having the best time with my friends- camp has shown me the importance of independence, lifelong friendships and Jewish values.

Spending time with my family is so much fun!  I live with my mom, dad, older sister Emma, older brother, Ethan and my younger brother, Jonah!  We also have two adorable dogs; Lucky and Louie!

To me, becoming a Bat- Mitzvah has been such a meaningful experience! I have learned the importance of being responsible,  I now know I can do anything, especially hard things and having a strong voice within my Jewish community!