March 24, 2017

Ideas for NEW Live & Learn Programs?

We want your ideas…  Especially from new members!

Got your head churning?  Do we smell brain cells burning?

Call your psychiatrist and after that call Diane Burkom or Leslie Sandler and tell them about your dreams.   What kind of classes wood you like to sea?

There’s a meeting about this on Monday, March 20th at 10am (at Diane’s).  We didn’t give you much time, so an e-mail or call will do.

 

 

 

Fund Raiser at Miller’s Deli


On Wednesday, May 17th stop in to Miller’s Deli at the Greenspring Shopping center for dinner or carry-out.  Miller’s will donate a percentage of your check to BNC.

This deal runs from 4pm till closing, so bring family and friends and enjoy a night out.

A Day in Annapolis

The Federation of Jewish Women’s Organizations of Maryland, of which we are a member, cordially invites us to “A Day in Annapolis”,  Thursday, March 30 – 8:45 to 4 pm.  Bus will leave Baltimore Hebrew parking lot.

Enjoy a private tour of the Governor’s Mansion given by the First Lady, Yumi Hogan.  Tour members will also visit the General Assembly and meet with our Legislators.

Cost $30.  Make check payable to “Jewish Women’s Org of MD” and send to Arlene Mazer, 6 Halston Ct, Baltimore, 21209.

Nominating Committee Wants You

The Nominating Committee has been busy lining up next year’s officers and chairpersons.  If interested in any position including the presidency, please call Marcia Snyder.  Note that any of these jobs can be shared!!!!

Finally, we’d like to ask all present officers & chairs to make a list of responsibilities to be shared with the incoming officer.

 

Bulletin Deadline

infoTo get your information published in the February Bulletin, please contact Suzanne prior to January 23rd.

Convention Date Change

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The date of the 101st Convention of the Federation of Jewish Women’s Organizations of Maryland has been changed to May 11, 2017.

Visit India at General Meeting November 17

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In 2001, Suzanne Strutt and her Indian friend Salma K. Syed, M.D., toured India for a month, visiting Delhi, Agra, Jaipur, Ajmeer, and Bombay in their travels. Come to the Hadassah meeting room at 1 pm Thursday, November 17, to enjoy Indian refreshments and views of this amazing country.

 

Fundraiser – Wrapping Packages at Barnes & Noble

Again this year we’ll be helping out by wrapping packages at the Pikesville Barnes & bnNoble at the Woodholme Shopping Center.  Two days have been lined up: Sunday, December 11 from 10-3 and Thursday December 15 from 10-3.  (We could stay till 5 pm if we wanted to.)

Members… to sign up please call Judy Stein or Rona Greene.  You can choose the time period you’d like to work.  Usually we ask for at least 2 hours.

January 19th – Board Meeting, Book Review & Discussion

The Board Meeting, beginning at noon at the Hadassah Meeting Room, features guest speaker Federation of Jewish Women’s Organizations of Maryland Vice President, Linda Boteach.

undergroundThen, at 1 pm, The Underground Railroad, by Colson Whitehead.  – A National Book Award Winner and #1 New York Times bestseller from Colson Whitehead, is a magnificent tour de force chronicling a young slave’s adventures as she makes a desperate bid for freedom in the antebellum South.

In recounting Cora’s story, Mr. Whitehead communicates the horrors of slavery and its toxic legacy rumbling on down the years. At the same time, he memorializes the yearning for freedom that spurs one generation after another to persevere in the search for justice — despite threats and intimidation, despite reversals and efforts to turn back the clock. He has told a story essential to our understanding of the American past and the American present.  (These paragraphs were excerpted from the New York Times book review.)

General Meeting with Speaker – Thursday, April 20th – 1pm …

… at the Hadassah Meeting Room – Board Meeting at noon.  Join Baltimore historian and educator, Wayne R. Schaumburg for an illustrated program entitled “The Feminine Touch: Women in Baltimore History.” The talk will focus on the period from 1776 to 1950 and will include both famous and not-so-famous women who have contributed to our city’s development. They include Mary Katherine Goddard, Betsy Patterson, Mary Pickersgill, Mary Elizabeth Lange, Henrietta Szold, Mary Elizabeth Garrett, Etta Haynie Maddox, Lillie Carroll Jackson, the Cone sisters, and others.

 

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