Here it is December and we continue to enjoy the warmth of a sun that seems to smile on us continuously and a climate that allows us to enjoy the outdoors daily. Most of our snow birds have returned (Welcome Home) and I want to take the opportunity to remind everyone that we look forward to seeing you at our Sisterhood programs. On Wednesday, December 10 at noon we will have our Hanukah & Hollywood program. An unwrapped children’s gift for donation to Hibiscus House will be your ticket for admission to see the movie ‘Making Trouble’ which highlights three generations of comedic Jewish women. Refreshments will be served. Please be sure to RSVP to email@example.com or call 919 830-3844. Our program chair Cathy Berkowitz may also be contacted with any questions. (This program has been cancelled due to insufficient response.)
Lynda Rosemark is the chairperson for this year’s Sisterhood Shabbat which will be January 9th and the theme will be Jewish Pioneer Women. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com (Lynda Rosemark) if you are interested in participating in the service. We look forward to seeing all of our congregants on January 9th!
On January 18th, Sisterhood will have a Sisterhood members only Russian Tea. As this is in a member’s home, space is limited so an early RSVP is essential to secure your spot. Check Simply Sisterhood for additional information.
February 1 is the date to save for our ‘Women of the Wall’ speaker and Cathy Berkowitz is organizing this program which will be open to TBS and other congregations.
Preparation and planning for the Rummage Sale which has become a year round endeavor is in the very capable hands of Lynn and Ralph Oko and their dedicated team. Donations may be dropped off at the TBS office during office hours or you may call Ralph for pick up at 772 794-0003.
Please contact me with any ideas, inquiries or concerns at
Charlene David, President
TBS Sisterhood Members
are cordially invited to attend a
Sunday, January 18th, 2015 @ 1pm
Enjoy Russian Delicacies
Hosted at the Home of:
6435 33rd Lane
Vero Beach, FL 32966
This event is open to Sisterhood Members only
Space is limited
Please RSVP to:
Danna Sonnenberg by Jan 11th
SPECIAL SISTERHOOD THANK YOU TO:
Bev Swatt for cleaning and organizing the kitchen in the Temple Social Hall. ANNOUNCEMENTS, SIMCHAS AND SYMPATHY
Get Well Wishes to:
Mishebeirach wishes to:
Susan Coren and Sara Kouts.
Our continued best wishes and as always we are thinking of you.
In Sympathy to:
Carole Kaplan on the loss of her husband, Leonard
Thank you for your donations to Sisterhood:
Cathy Berkowitz to thank the Sisterhood
In Memory Of:
In memory of Frances Land, Arthur Land and Phil Feiertag by Bobbi & Rick Feiertag
In Honor Of:
Anita Weiss’ son’s wedding by Bobbi & Rick Feiertag
NEXT SISTERHOOD EVENT
DATE: January 9, 2015
TIME: 7:30 PM
We look forward to seeing you there and your participation!
SAVE THE DATES
Women of the Wall
DATE: Sunday, February 1, 2015
TIME: 1:30 PM
We will host Cheryl Temkin, a representative from Women of the Wall. She will be speaking to our congregation about current events in Israel and Women of the Wall. Bring your friends and neighbors! Refreshments will be served.
Thanks to all of you for participation in our programs. If you have any questions or suggestions, please contact Cathy Berkowitz firstname.lastname@example.org or call 919-830-3844.
Mah Jongg Tournament
Date: Thursday, March 12
Place: Temple Beth Shalom
Save the date for Fabulous Fun
at the 2015 Mah Jongg Tournament
Registration forms will be available December 15
Any questions please call Jayne Drucker at 772-589-7565
CORRECTIONS TO MEMBERSHIP LIST
Correct address for Diane Edelstein
6430 53rd Street
Vero Beach 32967
Every Thursday from 1-3 PM Sisterhood plays Mah Jongg. All are welcome! We even teach! See you in the temple social hall.
On Wednesday, December 17th at 11:30 AM, the Sisterhood Book Club will meet at the Temple We are changing our format for this day so that we can participate in a special event. Rabbi Birnholz is going to establish a video link with our “sister” congregation in Israel. This is an opportunity to chat and get to know them. We will also discuss the book The Cuckoos Calling around this conference call. This video call is open to all Sisterhood members and Congregants whether you are a member of the book club or not. Please join us for a unique experience.
January Book Club: “The Orphan Master’s Son” by Adam Johnson For more information please contact Judy Levine at 772-299-6157.
Visit Sisterhood’s Gift Shop to purchase GIFTS FOR THE HOME, TEACHERS, KIDS, HOSTESS…MAYBE SOMETHING FOR YOURSELF. DEEP DISCOUNTS ON MANY SPECIAL ITEMS.
SPECIAL HANUKAH GIFT SHOP HOURS:
Thursday, December 11 from 12:30 to 4:30 PM Sunday, December 13 from 10:30 AM to 1:00 PM Thursday, December 18 from 12:30 to 4:30 PM
Regular gift Shop hours are Thursday afternoons, Fridays after services and Sunday mornings during religious school hours. As always you can contact Anita Weiss at 772-489-2793 for an appointment at other times.
The Sisterhood Rummage sale is fast approaching, February 15 and 16. Donations may be dropped off at Temple Beth Shalom during office hours, Monday through Friday. Large donations can be picked up from you. Please call Lynn and Ralph Oko at 772-794-0003 to arrange for pick up. All donations should be clean and in working order.
Thank you in advance for your generosity.
No shoes or clothing will be accepted. Think about donating your old or unwanted costume jewelry or even good jewelry you do not use any more (or never liked). These items are very popular.
Jewish Film Festival
The next movie in the Jewish Film Festival series will be on Sunday, December 14 at Temple Beth Shalom at 2:00 PM. There will be refreshments served and the film begins at 2:30. After the film, there will be a discussion led by the Rabbi. Admission is only $5 and well worth it!
This movie, “The Third Half”, is a deeply moving, life affirming, and often humorous story of love during war time and a country’s passion for soccer Determined to build the best soccer club in the country (Macedonia) Dimitry hires the German-Jewish coach Rudolph Spitz to galvanize his rag tag team, but when the first Nazi tanks roll through the city and Rebecca, the beautiful daughter of a local banker, elopes with the star player, all Dimitry’s plans must change.
HANUKAH AT TEMPLE BETH SHALOM
Celebrate Hanukah at TBS on Friday, December 19 at 7:30 PM Each family can bring a Menorah to light and 5 candles.
Temple Beth Shalom is on Facebook!
Be sure to check it out and friend TBS.
Simply Sisterhood Editor