Sisterhood is a vibrant and active group, serving many key roles in the daily activities of the synagogue. Funds raised by Sisterhood are used to help support and beautify our synagogue, sponsor all Yom Tov Kiddushes, non-sponsored Saturday kiddushes and Friday night Onegs. Sisterhood also provides the Mazelgram program – an easy way to send Rosh Hashanah greetings to your Kol Ami friends and family. Don’t forget to visit our well stocked Gift Shop for all your Judaica needs – Sheila Bush will be delighted to assist you.
Every year Sisterhood has an exciting year of programs and events planned. We love to partner with other branches of the synagogue like Brotherhood, Kol Yeladim Religious School and the Security committee to provide some of these programs. Please check out our upcoming events to see what interests you. Of course with these programs/events come with volunteer opportunities. Your help makes these wonderful activities happen. Looking forward to seeing you at some of our events this year.
SISTERHOOD 2018-2019 CALENDAR OF EVENTS
Hamantaschen Baking with Kol Yeladim 2/24/19 9:00 am – 12:00 pm
Sisterhood Sweet Tomatoes Night 2/25/19 4:00 pm- 8:00 pm
Softball Tournament 3/3/19 11:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Challahpalooza! 3/14/19 6:30 pm
Purim Carnival 3/17/19 11:00 am – 2:00 pm
Mah Jongg Tournament-at Aston Gardens 3/24/19 9:00 am – 3:30 pm
Sisterhood/Brotherhood Shabbat: Scholar in Residence 3/29 -3/31/19
Kol Ami Picnic 5/19/19 11:00 am – 1:00pm
Torah Fund Brunch 6/2/19 10:00 am -12:00 pm
Sisterhood dues are $36 and we would love to have you become a member of Sisterhood. First year synagogue members receive a complimentary membership, we just need your information. To join sisterhood, please click here for the application.
Let Sisterhood share your Simcha!
Does your family have a Bar or Bat Mitzvah coming up? Celebrating a special Birthday, Anniversary, Baby Naming, Auf Ruf or other Simcha? Would you like to sponsor a Kiddush or Kiddush luncheon? Or would you prefer sponsoring a simple Friday night oneg following services? Look no further! Sisterhood will be happy to help. We will cater any Kiddush to fit your budget and customize it to fit your needs, whether it is a basic Kiddush or more lavish for up to 175 people. We would also be happy to put together a simple sweets and fruit oneg for you.
For more information please contact: Cindy Korenvaes at [email protected] to discuss being a sponsor.
Sisterhood loves to bake! Once a month we meet to bake sweet treats that are used at Kiddush or onegs. Be sure to watch for announcements of baking mornings. Interested in becoming a regular member of baking days?Contact Cindy Korenvaes at [email protected] to be put on the list!
October 21, 2018: Paid- Up Membership Event: Happy Hour and Game Night = Fun Night!
Sisterhood chose to do a simple and relaxed Paid-Up Membership event this year. The evening started with do it yourself cocktails or wine followed by a light dinner and dessert. Then came the game fun. Ladies played Mah Jongg (a given with Sisterhood), Mexican Train Dominos, and a card game. Also available were games like Clue, Boggle and Trivial Pursuit. Throughout the evening names were drawn for grab bag gifts. Everyone left with smiles on their faces having completely enjoyed themselves.
Many thanks to all the women who volunteered to help with this event from creating invitations, helping with mailing, preparing the food, setting the room and cleaning up to make this night a success. Thank you so much Roberta Baer, Diane Botwinik, Sheila Bush, Sharon Cross, Sue Dvorchik, Cindy Korenvaes, Susan Leibowitz, Gwen Neihoff, Sheri Peterson, Sylvia Richman, Carol Tarica, and Lisa Teblum. A very special thanks goes to Stanley Bush, who volunteered to be our “security volunteer”. Thank you also to Mitch Weiss for making sure the room was set up for us.
If you weren’t able to make it to this year’s event, we hope you will join us next year or even better, come to some of our upcoming programs/events. There will be several more fun events coming up this year like Havdalah and Hollywood in January and our annual Mah Jongg Tournament in March.
The Torah Fund Brunch: Honors Benefactors and Installation of New Sisterhood 2018-19 Board
At the Torah Fund Brunch on June 3, 2018, our Torah Fund benefactors (members who have made a minimum donation of $180 and received a pin) were honored. Here are all those who were able to attend the event with their roses!
Our Torah Fund Brunch also serves as installation of our new Sisterhood Board. Check out the picture of the 2018-19 Kol Ami Sisterhood Board.
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