What’s happening in Sisterhood?
Today we had our annual membership tea, hosted by Marilyn Wallach in her lovely home. More than forty women attended, many current members and some new members who had just joined. It was thrilling for me to see the excitement and enthusiasm that poured out from those present. The Board and Danna Sonnenberg provided wonderful desserts and, best of all, many volunteered for our up-and-coming events.
It is my hope that the enthusiasm shown at the dessert will portend a very successful year for all our activities.
I wish all sisterhood and congregation members a happy and healthy Rosh Hashana and Yom Kippur.
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October 12—Break the Fast
October 20—Line Dancing and Dessert
November 11—Sisterhood Shabbat
December 8—Latke Celebration
Welcome New Members
Lisa Alsofrom Flora Balu
Marlene Blattman Laurie Dejong
Josie Lieberman Maxine Shander
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 cards and gifts.
We are open:
Thursdays: 12:30-3 during Mah Jongg
Fridays: During the Oneg
Sundays: 11-noon during school
And always by appointment
To shop online, go to the TBS website and locate and click on the Community tab. From there click on Sisterhood and then Judaica store!
Judith Sharpe-Levy at 409-4490 email@example.com
Marilyn Meyer at 563-0077 Mmeyer103@comcast.net
Meets the third Wednesday of the month at:
Sumo, 713 17th St.
October 19—The Dinner Party
By Brenda Janowitz
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 with questions
Weekly Mah Jongg games continue throughout the year, Thursday afternoons from 12:30 to 3PM in the Social Hall. You can just show up, no reservation required.
If you want to learn how to play Mah Jongg, join us on Thursdays. Our players will be happy to teach you.
Please join us for
Break the Fast
All High Holy Day ticket holders are invited to attend this annual event sponsored by Temple Beth Shalom Sisterhood and our Congregation. Please RSVP to Trudie in the Temple office (772-569-4700) by Wednesday, October 5th, 2016. If you would like to volunteer, please call Jane Hilton at 317-750-4526.
In order To Eat, Drink and Be Holy
We need your help at our Onegs
Temple Beth Shalom Sisterhood enthusiastically provides weekly Onegim for our Friday Shabbat Services. We need Oneg captains for the Spring, OR just your help sponsoring one Oneg. We encourage you to share this Mitzvah with a friend.
*Provide food for approximately 40 people (Sweets, cheese, fruit, vegetables, or any combination thereof)
*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 provides the Challah, wine and coffee
Please call Trudie at the Temple office to reserve your Friday night, 569-4700
ONE PHONE CALL AND ONE TRIP TO THE SUPERMARKET IS ALL IT TAKES!!
7 pm at the Social Hall
Taught by Summer
Free to Sisterhood Members
Guests welcome: Fee $5 pp.
Ice Cream Social immediately following Class Reservations Required: