Temple Beth David’s Mitzvah Day is an annual tradition for our families, children, friends and community members. Each year, participants of all ages and interests choose an activity and join others to perform one of many suggested “Mitzvot” at the Temple or at a location in the local community. In February, we lost our beloved Judy Blum, Isaiah 58 Chairperson and Mitvah Day co-founder. We will be honoring her memory at our opening ceremony and throughout the day.There’s something fun and meaningful for everyone! We gather and sort donations of everything from clothing and eyeglasses to food items and school supplies. We clean up outdoor spaces, plant trees, spend time with the elderly and even donate blood. There are so many opportunities, it’s hard to choose just one!