(Once again, I must apologize for sending this newsletter out yet another time.  Jay found a major typo in the Happy Hour section; the Happy Hour will be in North Raleigh, not Chapel Hill.)

Shalom everyone!

It is that time of year; Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur are upon us.  It is time to look forward, and time to look back; it is a time to make New Years resolutions, and a time to reflect on what has transpired over the past year.  Instead of boring you with a long-winded diatribe on reflections of this past year, let me just say the following:  On behalf of the Board of Directors of TYJP, let me wish you and your families a Happy and Healthy New Year.

On that note, please find detailed information for the following:
    Thursday, September 19, 2002:  Happy Hour in Raleigh
Sunday, September 22, 2002:  Joint TYJP/Mosaic JewBowl II (Football)  (Please note the new date.)

Mark your calendars for these other events; more information will follow in subsequent Emails.
    Sunday, October 6, 2002:  Swing Dancing at Clifton’s on Newton
    Sunday, October 20, 2002:  State Fair
    Thursday, October 17, 2002:  Happy Hour
    Sunday, October 27, 2002:  Brunch at Weaver Street
    Saturday, November 9, 2002:  Poker Night
    Sunday, November 10, 2002:  Crafts for Charity
    Thursday, November 14, 2002:  Happy Hour
    Thursday, December 5, 2002:  Chanukah Happy Hour
    Wednesday, December 18, 2002:  Board/Planning Meeting
    Wednesday, December 25, 2002:  Game Day/Night

Happy Hour in Raleigh: 

When:  Thursday, September 19, 2002
Where:  Michael Dean's Seafood Grill, Wood Oven & Bar,
1705 Millbrook Rd., Raleigh (919-790-9992)

Please feel free to visit their web site:  http://www.rockytophospitality.com/MichaelDeans

RSVPs are not necessary.  However, so that we have an idea of how may are coming, RSVP to Jay at [EMAIL PROTECTED] with TYJP-HH in the subject line (so Jay can easily spot them).  You may also email Jay with any questions about the location.  We will be meeting at the Bar; it is in an adjacent building to the main restaurant.

The basic ins and outs of the place:
Thursday night Bar/Patio entertainment starts at
7 PM.  (As of this writing, the artist was not listed.)  Bar Room & Patio open until midnight with late-night bar-menu.  After 10PM, bar-menu is half-price.  The menu has other things besides seafood:  pasta dishes, vegetarian dishes, and great gourmet sandwiches & pizzas.  They are known for their home-made “Infused Vodkas.”  Main dinning room sittings until 10:00 PM.  (F.Y.I.)


Via I-540:
(for those coming from RTP, Durham & Chapel Hill)
(note:  MapQuest does not show I-540 up to date; it now extends to
Capital Blvd. / US-1 / Triangle Town Ctr Blvd.)
Exit on Falls Of Neuse Rd. (exit 14)
At end of exit ramp (traffic light) make a right, now heading south on Falls Of Neuse Rd.
Drive approx 5 miles until you come to
Millbrook Rd.
Make a left onto
Millbrook Rd.
Michael Dean's is 1/2 mile, on the left, corner of
Old Wake Forest and Millbrook Rd.

From I-440:
Exit North on
Wake Forest Rd. (exit 10)
Turn right on
Old Wake Forest Rd. (in front of Red Lobster)
Go to next stop light; this is intersection of Millbrook and
Old Wake Forest.
Michael Dean's is caddy corner on the left.

From Capital Blvd:
Go west on
Millbrook Rd. approx 1.9 miles
Michael Dean's is on the right corner of Millbrook and
Old Wake Forest Rd.

From US-70 / Glenwood Ave:
Turn on to Millbrook Rd. (between Crabtree Valley and the Airport)
Head east, past Falls Of
Neuse Rd. (several miles)
Michael Dean's is 1/2 mile past
Falls Of Neuse, on the left, corner of Old Wake Forest and Millbrook

Michael Dean's has a free parking lot.  If parking lot is full, you may park across the street FREE at the Service Garage.  (Do not leave your car there over night; be sure to remove it before next-day business hours!)

Jew Bowl II (The new version) -- Read the whole THING!: 
When:  Sunday, September 22, 2002

Come out on September 22 for one of TJYP most popular activities....Football.  What makes this event great it isn't just TJYP, but the Mosaic group will be joining us for this event.  We invite people of all skill levels.  Hey if you don't want to play, come on out anyway and root your friends on to victory.

What makes this Jew Bowl better is the new twist we are throwing in the mix.  Football season has already started for college and soon for the professionals.  After we play football we are all going to go to Playmakers in Raleigh and watch the professionals on the Big Screen TV's to see how it is really done.  We aren't all from this area so come on out and root your favorite team in action or just come and enjoy each others company and rehash those great plays that were made on the field.  If you don't want to play football that is fine as well you can meet us at Playmakers.  The plan is to play football from 10-12:15 or so then head over to Playmakers around 12:30.  Football games begin at 1pm

Football LocationLake Crabtree County Park, Cary, NC
Sunday May 26, 2002
10:00 AM-12:15 PM


Take I-40 to Exit 285, Aviation Parkway.  Turn right if you're coming from I-40 east, and left if coming from I-40 west (go south, away from the airport). Look for the entrance to Lake Crabtree Park on the left in less than a mile.  Park in the first lot on the right.

After-Football Location:  Playmakers, 3801 Hillsborough St, Raleigh, NC 27607 (919-743-5544)
Time:  From
12:30 PM - ??


Take I-40 East to I-440 towards Hillsborough St/Sanford. Take the NC-54/HILLSBOROUGH ST exit. Take a left at the fork in ramp. Then take a left on Hillsborough Street. It is about a half a mile on the right hand side.

For more information please contact Josh Levi at [EMAIL PROTECTED].

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