Loving Mother Earth Feb 7, 2018 - 3:19 pm (…) Facebook Twitter Email Buy Now Kindergartner Tally Furlow takes a closer look at an earthworm. Advocate photo by Shawn Fink Buy Now Mary Beit-Halahmi and her children, Rahm and Ben-ami, plant parsley in egg cartons on Jan. 28. Advocate photo by Shawn Fink Buy Now Jessica Posternock, Benjamin Posternock, Tally Furlow and Tommy Furlow look for earthworms in a compost heap. Advocate photo by Shawn Fink Buy Now Jeremy Dvorin puts the finishing touches on a sign reading " I love the Earth." Advocate photo by Shawn Fink Buy Now Signmaking activities promoted ecological awareness. Advocate photo by Shawn Fink Facebook Twitter Email Print Save The Jewish Community Day School of Greater New Orleans on Jan. 28 celebrated Tu b'Shevat, a holiday meaning 'New Year of the Trees,' with planting demonstrations, sign making and ecological awareness activities. The school is in Metairie. Facebook Twitter Email Print Save Tags Tu B'shevat Jewish Community Day School View comments Newsletters Success! An email has been sent with a link to confirm list signup. Error! There was an error processing your request. New Orleans Breaking News Would you like to receive our Breaking News Alerts? Signup today! New Orleans Daily News New Orleans news updates are sent daily. Stay informed. Signup today! Sign up Manage Lists Resources: To submit news items and photographs: Editor: Karen Taylorgist504.636.7434Online submission orContact by e-mail Letter to the editor Send a letter to the editor to voice your opinion.