The Sisterhood Scoop
Volume I Number 34 October 27, 2018
Women’s Philanthropy St. Louis Jewish Federation presents:
“L’CHAIM! Women Changing the World” featuring Linor Abargil – former Miss World
Thursday, November 1 The Ritz Carlton, St. Louis
Sisterhood is representing NHBZ in support of Women’s Philanthropy programming.
Register online at: www.jfedstl.org/events/lchaim2018/
Ask to be seated at the NHBZ table
SISTERHOOD ELECTIONS ARE COMING!
If you are a member of Sisterhood, you are eligible to vote in the elections that will take place Sunday, Nov. 18. If you are not currently a member you may join at the meeting with extended membership through December 2019! Annual Dues is $25. This is your opportunity to help determine the leadership of NHBZ Sisterhood and help shape the many activities and programs for next year. Any woman who would like more information about becoming an Officer or Board Member contact Amy Feit at 314-374-3844, or: email@example.com.
To join Sisterhood call the NHBZ Office.
Announcing the 2019 Sisterhood Slate of Nominated Officers & Board of Directors:
[av_one_half first av_uid=’av-7x9r2g’]President
[av_one_half av_uid=’av-5vv06g’]Teree Farbstein
Nominations to the Board of Directors:
[av_one_half first av_uid=’av-4a6j3c’]Amy Feit
[av_one_half av_uid=’av-21cako’] Peggy Umansky
**Any woman may nominate herself or another woman to ANY of the above positions until the time of the election on Nov. 18
Special Thanks to… Teree Farbstein, Amy Feit, Aida Greenberg, and Chani Smason for operating Sisterhood’s Dessert Booth at the Kosher BBQ Cook-Off Competition AND MANY THANKS TO ALL THE NHBZ VOLUNTEERS!!
BOOK CLUB NEWS!
Thanks to Book Club facilitator Terri Schnitzer for expertly leading our discussion of the book Home in the Morning, by Mary Glickman. And thanks to Sallie Volotzky for her hospitality in offering her beautiful home to host our recent Book Club meeting on October 22. The next meeting of the NHBZ
Sisterhood Book Club will be Monday, Dec. 17, 7:15-8:45PM at the home of Rhonnie Goldfader.
Next book is: The Sisters Weiss, by Naomi Ragen, a novel of sisters in 1950’s Brooklyn, with intergenerational drama, culture clash, religion, and the role of women! Feb. 25 Book pick: The Kidnapping of Edgardo Mortara, by David I. Kertzer
ALL ARE WELCOME TO JOIN US! FOR MORE INFO CONTACT Fran Alper
NEXT SISTERHOOD BOARD MEETING: Tuesday, November 13, 5:00 pm
For information or to join Sisterhood, call the NHBZ office at 314-991-2100, ext. 3, or email: firstname.lastname@example.org