WRJ/Sisterhood Corrections... 

The WRJ/Sisterhood October Board meeting will be Wednesday,  October 26. It was incorrectly published in Connections.

The Marcia Karch Memorial Mah Jongg Tournament has been changed to Tuesday November 15. For more information contact the WRJ/Sisterhood office at 244-7060 ext. 233 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  

Scholarships Available Through the WRJ/Sisterhood
Bernstein Scholarship Award


The Philip S. Bernstein Scholarship Award is given to one or more young people in our congregation. This award originated as a Sisterhood loan fund more than 50 years ago. It was renamed in 1986 to honor the memory of Rabbi Philip S. Bernstein, who served as spiritual leader of our temple for more than 5 decades.

In 1999 the fund was redesigned to be a monetary award, rather than a loan. The award is given based upon commitment to Judaism and sincere interest in the pursuit of studies related to that commitment. The recipients exemplify all for which Rabbi Bernstein stood.

The award will be given to persons of high school age and above who have demonstrated an exceptional commitment to Judaism. Preference will be given to those who plan to pursue Judaic studies. The award is not based on financial need. For more information, please contact the WRJ/Sisterhood Office at 244-7060 ext. 233.

 

 

Calendar

You can see sisterhood's upcoming events on the calendar.

Sisterhood Officers

Co-Presidents: Maxine Bittker
Harriette Ginsberg   
VP Education/Hospitality: Beth Seeley
Vice President Membership Liza Robbins Theuman
Vice President Programming Ellen Solomon
Treasurer: Gail Pogal
Recording Secretary: Kathleen Wilkinson
Corresponding Secretary: Harriett Shulman
Assistant Corresponding Secretary: Charlene Caplan
Directors 2014-2016:

Marsha Cherry
Harriet Heller
Ruth Sklarsky

Directors 2015-2016: Blanche Weltman
Directors 2015-2017: Susan Fogal
Sandra Goldman
Melinda Riviello
Carol Shulman
Executive Committee:

Sandra Arnold
Joyce Heilbronner
Margie Sabath