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Sisterhood-The Women's Connection


Sisterhood Logo the womens connection

“We are mothers, daughters, grandmothers, granddaughters, wives, sisters and friends,
We are women, we nurture, we care,we listen,  WE HELP”


Please Join Us…Sisterhood-The Women’s Connection warmly welcomes all female members of our congregation to join the vibrant and diverse group of women, who work together in friendship, to reach our goals of charity, service and education.

This coming year, we hope many more of our wonderful women will participate in our events. We look forward to welcoming new and returning members as we enjoy a delicious dinner and fun entertainment at our annual fall event. We are excited about our many programs and events scheduled for the upcoming year. It is only with your support that we can contribute at the highest level to our own synagogue and community.

We Serve Our Congregation…

  • Provide and prepare weekly Oneg Shabbat
  • Provide pulpit flowers
  • Manage Judaica Shop. Go to the Sisterhood Judaica Shop
  • Offer opportunity to order Kippot for your simcha at reasonable prices
  • Offer a magnificent hand-made Chuppah for rental
  • Host Rosh Hodesh celebrations for the new month
  • Co-Sponsor distinguished speakers at Shabbat Dinners
  • Fund raise for specific needs of the Temple

We Serve Our Children…

  • Give gifts to each Bar/Bat Mitzvah
  • Provide treats for our Early School, Jewish Learning Program (JLP) & College Students
  • Present awards to graduates
  • Award scholarship monies for trips to Israel

We Serve Our Community…

  • Support of Social Action Committee events/ Women’s Interfaith Forum
  • Co-Host NCJW Lunch & Learn

Join Sisterhood! Dues: $36

Donna Ellenbogen & Deborah Jacob, Co- Presidents

Sisterhood Board 2019-2020

Co-Presidents: Donna Ellenbogen & Deborah Jacob

Treasurer: Rebecca Bialick

VP Programming: Beth Skolnick & Jaime Reiter

VP Events: Justin Hirschtritt & Marilyn Eber

Corresponding Secretary: Rochelle Cohen

Recording Secretary: currently vacant

 

Coffee and Conversation
Monday, June 29, 10:00 AM, via Zoom

General Meeting:
-Vote in the new slate for 2020 – 2021
-Review financials
-Plan for the coming months

Proposed Slate for 2020-2021

Co-Presidents: Donna Ellenbogen & Deborah Jacob

Treasurer: Rebecca Bialick

Corresponding Secretary: Rochelle Cohen

Programming Chairs: Beth Skolnick & Jaime Reiter

Gala Chairs:Justin Hirschtritt & Marilyn Eber

Past-Presidents: Sandra Kantor & Suzanne Weinick

 

SISTERHOOD EMERGENCY BYLAWS AMENDMENT 

Whereas, the Covid-19 pandemic has created conditions that make it prudent to adopt an emergency amendment to the Bylaws; and

Whereas, the Bylaws may be amended at a General Meeting;

Now, therefore, it is hereby resolved, that commencing upon adoption of this emergency amendment, any contrary or conflicting provision of the Bylaws notwithstanding, the individuals serving as Co-Presidents (Donna Ellenbogen & Deborah Jacob) on the date of adoption of this Emergency Bylaw (6/29/20) shall continue to serve until installation of successors elected at the 2021 Annual Meeting.

It is further resolved, that this Emergency Bylaw shall expire upon installation of such successors.

Sisterhood Meeting 6-29-2020 (002)revised

 

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Save The Date
Thursday, July 9 7:00 PM Via Zoom

Virtual Painting Party with Board & Brush Watch your email for details

Sisterhood General Meeting, September 2019
photos by Ruth Ross, TBA Photo Team Member

L’Dor V’Dor from Generation to Generation

Sisterhood presents the L’Dor V’Dor Education Fund…

Sisterhood is committed to enhancing and enriching the Jewish educational landscape of our congregational family. By supporting this initiative you are partnering with Sisterhood in its mission to provide unique educational opportunities and scholarships, as well as, dynamic programming and innovative speakers.  Become an integral part of this exciting new venture! Your generosity and support will make a difference.

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