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DEADLINE EXTENDED TO SEPTEMBER 26!

  

Deadline extended to September 26, 2020!
Temple Judea is thrilled to be able to bring this creative option for us to fill our temple seats this holiday season.  “Congregants on Cardboard Cutouts” is a light hearted fundraising opportunity to enhance our existing High Holy Days Zoom virtual platform.  See yourself in the sanctuary before each high holy day service as our production crew will pan the congregation so we can “chailight” your look-a-like!   Additionally, we will thank you by listing all those who participated in the next issue of the Tidings, in E-blasts, on Zoom and on the website.

Its simple!  All you have to do is submit one high-resolution color photo per person from the waist up and we will print, mount and cut out your individual cutout.  Please note that each cardboard cutout contains a photo of just one person.  Thus, when printed and placed a seat it appears as though you are actually sitting within sanctuary.  

“Congregants on Cardboard Cutouts” is a special way to support Temple Judea from home and still feel like you are “seated” amongst your synagogue family during this most unprecedented and challenging time.  

And as a lovely token, you may pick up your cardboard cutout in a special drive-thru to be coordinated at a later date, or if you choose to sign up for the season, you may pick up your cardboard cutout when we are able to be together once again in-person.  


Ordering Your Cardboard Cutout:

  • Take a picture from the waist up OR choose a photo from your phone in appropriate High Holy Day attire
  • Then upload your photo below—all photos must be received digitally and be a JPG in at least 300 dpi format
  • Your personalized Cardboard Cutout will be 2x3 feet waist up and printed on a rigid cardboard material and ready for placement.
  • Deadline extended to September 26, 2020

Click here to order now!
For questions about "Congregants on Cardboard Cutouts", please email Danielle Spiegelman at d.spiegelman@judeagables.org.

Sat, September 26 2020 8 Tishrei 5781