At the time of this writing, we have all recovered from the threat of Matthew and were able to enjoy Yom Kippur and a wonderful Break the Fast. Many thanks to Jane Hilton and her committee and to those who prepared delicious sides. Break the Fast was enjoyed by all.
In mid-October we held our Line Dancing event. Those who attended will be ready to dance at our Purim Ball in March. This year Sisterhood is embarking on a new fundraiser.
On May 7, we will sponsor a golf tournament at Meadowood Country Club. We will need many volunteers for this new and exciting event.
Once again, my wish for you is a sweet, happy and healthy year.
Deborah Segal, President
Cindy and Stu Goldman for their donation in honor of the complete and speedy recovery of Shelley Weltman
Put this on your Caledar
December 8—Latke Celebration
January 20—Food as Medicine
February 2—Sisterhood Shabbat
We Welcome New Members
Sisterhood Gift Shop and Resource Center
Specializing in gifts and ritual artifacts that enrich Jewish life in our community
The Gift Shop features a beautiful selection of items. We are open:
Thursdays 12:30 – 3:00 pm
Fridays during the Oneg
Sundays 11-noon during Sunday School
To shop online, go to the TBS website and locate and click on the Community tab.
Click on Sisterhood and then Judaica store
Drop in and see our newest items and greeting cards for all occasions
Meets the third Wednesday of the month at Sumo, 713 17th St., Vero
November 16—The Ice Cream Queen of Orchard Street
By Susan and Jane Gilman
December 21—I am Malala
By Malala Yousafzai
Contact: Joanne Maury 349=8752
Weekly Mah Jongg games continue throughout the year, Thursday afternoons from 12:30 to 3 PM in the Social Hall. You can just show up, no reservations are needed.
If you want to learn how to play Mah Jongg, join us on Thursdays. Our players are happy to teach you.
One day, coffee is good for you, the next day it is bad. Just turn on the TV and you can find debates between meat eaters and vegans
Learn how to create a happy, healthy life in a way that is flexible, fun and free of denial and discipline.
Join us: January 20, 2017
Cheryl Chester, our own Certified Life and Health Coach will lead us
*Provide good for approximately 40 people (Sweets, cheese, fruit, veggies, etc.)
*Bring the food to the Social Hall at 7:20 PM on the Shabbat of your Oneg (or arrange with Trudie to drop off earlier in the day)
*Kristi and her helpers will set up your platters, serve and clean-up.
Sisterhood provided the Challah, wine and coffee
Please call Trudie at the Temple office to reserve your Friday night, 569-4700
ONE CALL AND ONE TRIP TO THE SUPERMARKET IS ALL IT TAKES!!!