Sisterhood - August 2021

Singer and delightful entertainer, Laible Ben Moshe, sang, joked, and kibitzed with us at our meeting July 6. We had great fun singing along, laughing, and dancing in our chairs with his repertoire of Yiddish, Rock, Broadway, Pop, and Country songs. The program was sponsored by Geller Entertainment and Americare.

Do you enjoy a great Bingo game? Then join us Thursday, August 26 at 6 pm for an evening of fun and prizes. Sisterhood and Men’s Club are teaming up for this first big event back at PPJC. Bring your vaccination proof please. Masks are not required. Contact Steve Reinstein to register, 305-502-7755. Only $12 in advance. If you wait to pay at the door, the cost is $15.

Our August Sisterhood meeting, Tuesday, August 3, (10:30) will bring our own Mary Dobrinsky to teach us how to make lovely bracelets. As you know, Mary is the incredible craftswoman behind much of the newer jewelry in the Sisterhood Gift Shop. This is your chance to have fun and let your creative juices flow. Please bring your proof of vaccination to be admitted. Everyone is welcome.

See the special announcement for Rosh Hashanah dinner and Yom Kippur Break the Fast, sponsored by Sisterhood and Men’s Club.

Phyllis Chaney found many Angels who shared donations and thoughts: Ann Feldman in memory of Michael Feldman; Phyllis Chaney withing good health to all; Delores Friedman for grandson’s acceptance to University of Florida; Rebecca Reinstein in memory of Gil Guerra and his family lost in Surfside; Ruth Kirschner in memory of Gale Rosenberg; Barbara Senfeld in honor of her son Michael, honored by this temple; Sandi Rutner in memory of Surfside; Dennie and Marty Deringer in honor of granddaughter Gal Hattie; Judy Elkind celebrating her grandson’s wedding, August 22; Arthur Blaunstein; Karen Jaret celebrating granddaughter Rosemarie’s birthday; Geri Rachlin celebrating new great grandson; Anita Pappas in memory of Gene Rigger.Thank you all.

Dues are Due! Our fiscal year started July 1, so please pay your dues of $20. Membership is open to everyone. You can send your check to PPJC, use the donate button on the website or drop into the office on Monday, Wednesday, or Friday morning. Beginning in October, nonmembers are still welcome and will be asked to donate $5 to attend meetings.

Co-Presidents Selma Karp, Rebecca Reinstein, Sandi Rutner

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