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Solano County's Oldest Synagogue Celebrates 20th Annual Dinner & Auction
Congregation B'nai Israel is celebrating its 20th Annual Dinner & Auction fundraising event on May 15th in Vallejo! The event will take place in Vallejo and offers hors d'oeuvres, dinner, beverages and desserts for only $25 per person
By: Congregation B’nai Israel
Congregation B'nai Israel of Vallejo is the oldest and first independent synagogue in Solano County since 1910. Known for a warm, welcoming, inclusive and egalitarian community, spiritual and traditional, the Congregation is committed to providing education, musical Shabbat and Holiday Services for the area.
Congregation B'nai Israel is also member and pro-active participant in Common Ground, a non-partisan organization comprised of diverse religious and non-profit organizations that build strong relationships within our community and act powerfully together on concrete issues facing our community.
We are a non-profit organization, solely self-supporting, integrally connected and partnered with our community of Vallejo and greater Solano County.
The event will take place in Vallejo at Congregation B'nai Israel and offers hors d'oeuvres, dinner, beverages and desserts for only $25 per person. Both a silent and live auction will feature numerous items for bidding such as a weekend getaway along the Russian River, a wide variety of gift certificates and themed gift baskets and mouthwatering desserts.
Tickets may be purchased by calling 707.642.6526 or emailing cbi.amarkal@
About Congregation B'nai Israel
Congregation B'nai Israel has been Solano county's first and oldest synagogue since 1910. The congregation is a welcoming, inclusive, egalitarian community; spiritual and traditional. The synagogue has been located in its present building near Nebraska and Tuolomne for 67 years (since 1948). The mission of B'nai Israel as a growing, nurturing, inclusive congregation is to serve the spiritual, cultural, educational and social needs of the Jewish community.
Marc North Horowitz