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Sunday, 4 June 2017
Tikkun Family Conference Day Three

Here's bright start for our third and final day for the Tikkun America Family Conference 2017. Breakfast is in the Cameo and Wedgewood rooms again this morning from 7.30-9.30am: cereal, fruit, toast, fruit, eggs, turkey sausage, french toast and oatmeal.

The Sunday morning service will be held in the Grand Ballroom and will include a time of breaking bread and sharing wine together as well as Shavuot prayer. The Ahavat Yeshua worship team are leading the service and then Dan Juster, the Tikkun America shaliach, will be closing the conference and sending us out for another exciting year of ministry. The service starts a little earlier at half past nine and will run almost to lunch time - again there are childrens' ministries running during the service.

Do remember that you need to ask for a late check-out if you don't clear your room early, so do think about when you are going, how long you'll need to pack the car and what you may need access to during the morning.

Thank you so much for coming and being a part of the #RESTORE2017 Tikkun Family Conference this year - we've so appreciated having you and seeing all the familiar facs again as well as so many new ones. We're already looking forward to next year - #RESTORE2018 - so keep your eyes on the Tikkun America webite towards the close of the year and look out for the special early bird deals for Tikkun congregation members.

Shavuah tov and be well! L'shalom.

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