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    Piq«14-THE NEWS-May, 1983
BBW Charlotte Chapter
Bulletin Board
Temple Beth El Happenings
May 1 * Temple Board of Directors Meeting, 8 p.m.
May 4 • Sisterhood Board Meeting, 10 a.m.
May 11 • Senior Citizens’ Lunch, 11:30 a.m.
May 17 - Confirmation, 8 p.m.
May 20 • Teacher Appreciation Sabbath
May 27 • Installation of Officers for 1983-84, 8 p.m. Service
BBW Ha Lailah
Passover Baskets
Huge Success
Ha Lailah Chapter would
like to thank the many
members of the community
who contributed to the
Passover Basket project.
Due to the overwhelming
response from the communi-
^ ty, Ha Lailah was able to
provide six needy Jewish
families with foodstuffs for
the Passover holidays.
Without this community
support Ha Lailah would
never have been able to
reach these families.
' ^Making Special
Children Happy”
On April 8 several of our
members worked at the
Special Olympics as buddies
to the participants. It was
our job to make sure that the
child each member was
assigned to was well taken
care of. We took them to
their races, made sure they
had lunch, took them to
various workshops, and
cheered them on. It was a
most worthwhile experience
for us, as we watched the
feeling of accomplishment
light these children’s faces.
Members of Chaverim
BBG were a tremendous help
at the Special Olympics,
BBW Mid-Atlantic
Regional Conference
The BBW Mid-Atlantic
Regional Conference will be
held this year during the
weekend of May 21-23 at the
Hyatt Hotel in downtown
Richmond, Virginia. The
conference theme is
“Inspirations of a Legacy”
and will feature a number of
informative workshop
presentations. Ha Lailah
members will be involved in
a workshop presentation
which will explain to other
conference participants the
planning and organization
necessary to conduct a
Judaism Institute. (The
Judaism Institute is an
award winning Ha Lailah
project.)
BBG Social Planned
Ha Lailah Chapter in con
junction with the Chai
chapter of BBG are working
together to plan a joint social
event. Members from both
chapters will be meeting to
work out all of the final
details.
If you do not see
your Temple or
Organizational
news printed, it is
because it was not
received by press
time.
All copy must be
typed & double
spaced. No hand
written copy will be
accepted.
Photos should be
black & white
glossy and are not
returnable.
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CARPET SALE
520 Providence Rd.
376-0401
Open Mon.-Frl. 9-5:30, Sat. 10-5
More Than A Furniture Store...
ORT
Marilyn Maxon receiving Human Relations Award. Mr.
Maxon, on left, and Linda Binnick, president, on right.
Leadership in the Making
On April 13 Charlotte
B’nai B’rith Women’s An
nual Installation was held at
the Country Inn in Mat
thews. Members enjoyed a
delicious cold plate luncheon
followed by a marvelous
dessert cake honoring “Na
tional Volunteer Week”
which began April 17. Susan
Bruck, member and regional
chair, brought' special
greetings from the Region.
Linda Binnick, past co
president and present presi
dent, gave a retrospective
look at the chapter’s past
year’s projects and
achievements. Linda then
proceeded with a profoundly
inspiring speech revealing
aspirations for the year
ahead, for which she receiv
ed a harmonious ovation.
The new officers installed by
Terri Cathcart are Linda
Binnick, president; Shirley
Lane, administration v.p.;
Federation
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Project Renewal creates a
bond between Charlotte and
a new development com
munity in Israel. In this case
Nazareth Illit, a city for Rus
sian Jews, is our twin. Simon
Esttroff and Rabbi Rocklin,
both also recently returned
from a mission, will cochair
Project Renewal. Details will
be released shortly.
Under the guidance of Ron
Katz and Stan Greenspon,
details are now being finaliz
ed for the 1984 Campaign.
The Major Gifts Dinner for
Men will be held Sunday,
December 11. Super Sunday,
the successful Telephone
Campaign, will be conducted
on December 4.
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Non - member
JCC POOL
OPEN HOUSE!!!
May ^€r Junes
If you are not a member
of the JCC, taka
advantage of this
unique opportunity!
COME £r ENJOY!
12 pm -7 pm
Linda Goldberg, member
ship v.p.; Barbara Posner,
programming v.p.; Beth
Linderman, community-
volunteer services v.p.;
Meryle Elko, communica
tions v.p.; Tobey Silber, fun
draising v.p.; Reggie Wittlin,
treasurer; Donna Apple,
financial secretary; Nancy
Kornhouser, recording
secretary; Carol Waldman,
corresponding secretary;
Vicki Hopkins, counselor.
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ON MAY 4
at the Arosa House
1030 Arosa Avenue
COME to work or COME to
see
We will be there at 10:30.
Bring your picnic lunch-
we are dining at noon under
the dogwoods.
This is the time to bring your
toys and donations.
**We have already started
working and will continue
through May 16. Call Jane
MacEntee 332-6925 or Beth
Linderman 542-9865 to
schedule a time you can work
other than on May 4.
Women’s American ORT
thanks Laurie Hunt and
Rebecca Stewart for organiz
ing the Lox Box Sale.
The April open meeting
featured Lila Bellar, who
spoke on ‘‘Women’s
Issues”...everyone who at
tended enjoyed this in
formative program.
Instead of our regular
open meeting with a pro
gram for May, a pre
planning meeting will be
held on May 18 at Ronnie
Herman’s house. At this
meeting we will discuss some
of the things members want
to do for next year. All in
terested members are invited
to attend.
ORT President, Dorothy
Shapiro, and Sharon Gold
will attend the 5th Biennial
District Convention, May 22-
25 in Miami. Through
workshops, commissions,
and panels they’ll discuss
the theme, “The ORT
Woman of the 80’s.” Con
gratulations go to Pam
Silberman who was ap
pointed Field Representative
to District VI and will serve
for the coming year in this
position.
The annual installation
dinner will be held in June.
This is an opportunity for all
members to get together one
last time before the summer
break, and to welcome new
officers into their positions
of responsibility. Make
plans now to attend.
— Ellen Cooper
In the Magen Avraham Synagogue in Beirut, young son of
Selim Jamus, head of the small Jewish community remain
ing in the Lebanon capital, leans against huge pillar. One of
82 photos in Jewish Sites in Lebanon: Summer, 1982 (photos
by Micha Bar-Am), a special exhibit prepared by Beth
Hatefutsoth, the Nahum Goldmann Museum of the Jewish
Diaspora in Tel Aviv, Israel, and which will be sent on tour
of North American communities by the JWB Lecture
Bureau.
    

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