Women's League

  Women's League of TBI 

Upcoming Events

 

28 Sept Thurs               7:00 pm WL Board meeting

30 Nov Thurs                7:00 pm WL Board meeting

28 Dec Thurs                 7:00 pm WL Board meeting

04 Jan Thurs                  7:00 pm WL Board meeting

 

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Anne Fischer High Holiday Fund

The High Holidays are almost here!

Rosh Hashanah begins September 21st

Yom Kippur is on September 30th

Please help us to make the Bimah beautiful again this year!

Donations can be made in honor or in memory of a loved one. Any amount will be accepted. Your donation will be acknowledged in the High Holiday literature. Please give us the exact wording with your payment, along with which holiday flowers to which you are donating.

All donations must be submitted by September 8.

Please make checks payable to TBI Women's League. Checks can be mailed to TBI or dropped off in the WL mail slot in the Religious School office.

Questions? Please contact Wendy Simkin.

 

 

Torah Fund

Torah Fund Greeting Cards Available!

Torah Fund is a Women's League initiative to support Conservative seminaries.  Each year, donors of $180 or more receive a beautiful pin as a thank you gift. This year's pin, with the theme "Mah Tovu" ('how good!') celebrates the 100th anniversary of Women's League. They are introducing five beautiful new greeting cards which are available in the TBI Gift Shop. Preview them here, and support our seminaries with your purchase.  Preview the pin below. Contact Terri Wolfman for details.

 

Mah tovu, which means “how good!”, is a phrase that originates in the Torah, in Numbers 24:5. Quoted in our prayer book, it forms the basis of the opening prayer that is sung when we enter the synagogue.

The full phrase is Mah tovu ohalecha Yaakov, mishk’notecha Yisrael, “How goodly are your tents, O Jacob, your dwellings, O Israel!” It is a spontaneous exclamation of joy and appreciation, said when gazing at the nation of Israel, dwelling in peace and mutual respect. As we celebrate the beginning of the 100th year of Women’s League for Conservative Judaism and the end of the 75th year of the Torah Fund Campaign, we count our many blessings as individuals within the community of Israel. We are blessed in our synagogues with depth of learning, prayer, and acts of kindness that bind us together; with communal leaders who are thoughtful and learned; with children and grandchildren who make us smile; and with the love of family and friends — especially our Women’s League sisters — who are such a strong support to us.

How good are all these blessings in our lives!

The pin, featuring the number 100 in raised letters and encased in a silver frame, is a treasured keepsake of the Women’s League centennial celebration to wear with pride!

For more information, please contact our Torah Fund Co-Chairs Terri Wolfman at terandjer@verizon.net or Debbie Goldberg at debbiekg@comcast.net.

Z’havah 5777 (2017 – 2018)

Join us for an incredible year of creative programming designed for women 30ish to 50ish—keeping in mind your interests, your schedules, and your obligations. Who we are We are young women of diverse backgrounds and interests: some work full-time, part-time, or stay-at-home; some have children in preschool and some at college; and some are single, divorced, have significant others, newly-married or have been married for a while. Wherever we are in life, one thing is certain: Z’havah is the means for you to develop lasting friendships, enrich your lives, expand your community, learn new skills, and help others. Upcoming Event For more information or to get involved contact co-chairs: Jen Jacobs & Jess Silverman 

Congratulations to the 2016-2018 Women's League Officers:
Co-President                                                        Deborah Buch
Co-President                                                        Rebecca Cornacoff
Vice President Administration                  Amy Spitofsky
Vice President Education                             Heather Stein
Vice Presidents Fundraising                       Jennifer Jacobs & Beth Pfeifer
Treasurer                                                               Ariel Drobnes
Corresponding Secretary                            Rachel Laird for Carin Style
Recording Secretary                                       Emily Cutler
Parliamentarian                                                 Barbara Miller
Immediate Past President                           Jennifer Karpf
 
General Board of Directors:
Risa Altman                         Hillorie Applebaum         Katherine Baker
Aimee Bentley                   Barbara Bray                       Meredith Bright
Robyn Burstein                 Cecelia Cable                      Debra Goldberg
Myra Goldman                  Dominque Kliger               Pamela Kuperstein

Brandi Lerner                    Jackie Lobell                         Susan Pullman-Weiss
Pamela Rosenthal           Carol Silver                           Boni Silverman        
Wendy Simkin                   Terri Wolfman

International Board Members:  Fran Radel, Anna Trachetenberg
Mid-Atlantic Region Officers:  Ceil Cable, Fran Radel

Women’s League Calendar 2017-2018 - as of September 2017**

2017

 

15 September, Fri                  Shabbat BBQ

28 September, Thurs           Executive & General Board Meeting 7 PM

27 October, Thurs                Executive & General Board Meeting 7 PM

28 December, Thurs              Executive & General Board Meeting 7 PM

* Non- WL Events 

 

TBI Women's League Judaica Gift Shop's

NEW Gift Shop Hours:

During School Year
Sundays - 9am - 12:00 pm
Tuesdays - 4pm - 8:30pm

Or by Appointment/during the summer
Barbara Bray - 484-370-2690

To check out our amazing collection and keep up to date on Gift Shop News visit our facebook page:

http://www.facebook.com/TBIJudaicaGiftShop

Volunteers Needed!    Click here to sign up for Sunday morning or Tuesday afternoon hours:

http://www.signupgenius.com/go/10c0e4ca9a62da4f49-201516