Our focus continues to be on serving the Temple and the community. Membership in Sisterhood means making a commitment to living Jewish. By being a member, you become an active link in the history of our people. You serve as a role model for Jewish values. Each member blossoms in their own individual way as they experience the camaraderie of Sisterhood and share in service to the Jewish community
Sisterhood President’s Message, February 2018
The Sisterhood membership continues to grow. We are enjoying the addition of new members who bring new energy and ideas to the Sisterhood. Our current members continue to work hard on Sisterhood projects. Please save Sunday, April 22nd to attend the annual Sisterhood Parking Lot Sale. If you are interested in participating, let us know. This is a good time to clean out your closets. The proceeds of the sale will go to the Sisterhood. Any leftover items will be donated. Remember, there are always treasures to be found at these events. There will be more information in next month’s edition of the Chai Times.
TBE Sisterhood is honored to have Rebbitzin Mina Sobel, as our featured speaker at a Sisterhood luncheon on Sunday, February 25th at 12:30 PM in Blum Hall. Mina will be speaking on Purim and the Persian Jews’ experience in Iran. The Sisterhood will provide a light lunch, and the Religious School will be serving hamantaschen that they baked.
If you are a Sisterhood member, a Religious School Parent, interested in the Sisterhood, or just want to hear Rebbitzin Mina speak, please RSVP to the Sisterhood by Thursday, February 22nd. My contact information is below my column here. More information will be forthcoming on the Temple One Call.
Fran Bourne Johnson
Temple Beth Emet Sisterhood