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Sisterhood Event

 Change is in the air and it is not the weather. Sisterhood is working to further promote and expand engagement within Sisterhood membership. We will be having a General Meeting every other month starting with February 1, 2018. It will be a short meeting, followed by a program and refreshments. Our first program will be on orchids as presented by our own Judy Kaplan.
We are also starting monthly Sisterhood Socials to be held at area restaurants on the third Thursday of each month. Each attendee pays for their own Lunch. There are no other costs. These events are not fund raisers, they are social gatherings. Our first Social will be held at The Olive Garden on January 18th, Our Social on February 15th will be at Chestnut and March 15th will find us at Roux. Topics of discussion will be purely social. We want to promote friendship and comradery  between members.
Please try to join us on the first and third Thursdays of each month. Watch for more information in emails, e-blasts, Friday night programs and in the Menorah.
MAH JONGG cards are on sale until January 28, 2018. The large print cards are $9.00 and regular card is $8.00. Write your name, address, telephone number and email address on a piece of paper. Give the  paper and money to Lana Waltzer at the Gift Shop or leave in Sisterhood mailbox. Remember, Mahj Mania is May 6, 2016.
January 11, 2018 – Sisterhood Board Meeting
January 18, 2018 – Sisterhood Social at The Olive Garden
February 1, 2018 – Sisterhood General Meeting
February 15, 2018 – Sisterhood Social at Chestnut
March 1, 2018 – Sisterhood Board Meeting
March 15, 2018 – Sisterhood Social at Roux

Sisterhood Woman of the Year

Barb Stein has been selected as the Sisterhood Woman of the Year!

Barb was born in EngBarbSteinland to a work-at-home mother and a father who served in the London Metropolitan Police Force. After his 25 years of service, which included World War II in London, he retired. The family decided to embark on the adventure of a lifetime by emigrating to the United States.

They settled in southern Ohio, where Barb attended school. Upon graduation from high school, she attended Ohio University and earned a BS in Mathematics. She began working at a plant in Piketon, Ohio, as a scientific programmer. Continue reading Sisterhood Woman of the Year