The Sisterhood Scoop – March 9, 2019
The Sisterhood Scoop
Volume 2 Number 10 – March 9, 2019 – 2 Adar2 5779
Purim is Coming! Purim is Coming! Purim is Coming!
Join Sisterhood at NHBZ’s Purim Seudah on Thursday, March 21
Book Club News
Thanks to Trudy Sudin and Sallie Volotzky for Sisterhood’s February 25 Book Club meeting. Thanks also to new NHBZ Sisterhood Book Club Coordinator, Terri Schnitzer! Thanks also to new NHBZ Sisterhood Book Club Coordinator, Terri Schnitzer!
The next meeting of the Book Club will be Monday, April 29, 7:15-8:45 PM.
Next book is: If All the Seas were Ink, a Memoir, by Ilana Kurshan. An award-winning tale of heartache and humor, love and loss, marriage and motherhood, woven together in a deeply accessible guided tour of the Talmud!
ALL WOMEN ARE WELCOME! FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT: Terri Schnitzer email@example.com
NHBZ Sisterhood Luncheon & BINGO
THIS Tuesday, March 12, 12:00 NOON
Everyone Welcome ~ Men & Women of All Ages.
Attendance Prizes ~ $9 Donation requested.
RSVP to Rachael Pevnick at 314-395-6017.
MARK YOUR CALENDARS
- Bingo Luncheon – Tuesday, March 12
- Next Sisterhood Board Meeting Tuesday, March 12 at 6:00pm
- Purim Seudah – Thursday, March 21st
- Sisterhood’s NEW Girls Movie Night Out “Ida” – Wednesday, March 27 at 6:30PM
- Craft Central Art Project honoring Israel Monday, May 6 at 6:30PM
- Craft Central Art Project honoring Israel Monday, May 6 at 6:30pm
- St. Louis Jewish Legacy Bus Tour Sunday, June 23, 1:00-5:00PM
- 4th Annual Dine ‘N’ Style Fashion Show and Luncheon – Sunday, August 18
Prioritize What’s Important ~ Pekudei (Exodus 38:21-40:38)
Pekudei includes an accounting of all the materials that went into the making of the Mishkan (portable Tabernacle), Moses giving his approval to the quality and exactness of construction, and the building of the
Tabernacle, with all the various vessels located in their proper place.
Moshe teaches Betzalel the order of construction of the Mishkan starting with the Ark. Betzalel respectfully maintains that first one builds the home, then one makes the furnishings. Moshe replies that Betzalel is correct and the Almighty Himself had thus commanded Moshe, though Moshe conveyed instructions regarding the Ark first because of its primary importance. The Torah praises Betzalel for his intuitive understanding of the Almighty’s will with the verse:
“And Betzalel, the son of Hur, of the tribe of Yehudah did all that the Almighty commanded Moshe” (Exodus 38:22).
Rabbi Yeruchem Levovitz comments that we see from here the importance of doing things in their proper order. One always needs to clarify his priorities and to have the organizational skills to do things in their proper order.
This is an important tool for accomplishing anything in life. One needs to know what he must do and then he must have an order of priorities. We will never have enough time to do everything we would like to do. By being aware of the order of importance of what you have to do, you will ensure that you will effectively accomplish the most possible within the
limitations of the time allotted to you.
Each day make a list of the various tasks you need to complete. Then decide on a proper order in which to do them. If you don’t prioritize and don’t set aside the time you won’t accomplish what’s most important in life — spending time with your family, growing as a human being, helping others or even preparing for the Seder. No one on his death bed ever wished he spent more time at the office.
- Based on Growth Through Torah by Rabbi Zelig Pliskin
NHBZ Sisterhood Luncheon & Tuesday, March 12, 12:00 NOON
Everyone is Welcome ~ Men & Women of All Ages ~ Attendance Prizes $9 Donation requested ~ RSVP to Rachael Pevnick at 314-395-6017
Purim is Coming!
Join Sisterhood at NHBZ’s Purim Seudah on Thursday, March21.
Mincha at 6pm / Seudah at 6:15pm – Delicious Meal, Costumes, Schtick, & more!
For information or to join Sisterhood, call the NHBZ office at 314-991-2100, ext. 3, or email: firstname.lastname@example.org