Category Archives: Sisterhood

Sisterhood Rummage Sale, Sun., Apr. 22nd from 9 A.M. to 4 P.M. Drop Off Tue., Apr. 17 and Thu., Apr. 19 from 9 A.M. to 7 P.M.

Clean out your closets!
Clean out your basement!
Sisterhood’s Rummage Sale is coming!

Drop off:
Tues. April 17 – 9am-7pm
Thurs. April 19 – 9am-7pm
Please remember to unpack your donations!

We are accepting gently used clothing (no underwear!),
household items, working electronics, bikes, books,
linens, accessories and anything else you can think of except
no furniture, TVs or large exercise equipment

Please do not bring shirts or skirts on hangers!

For more information or to volunteer to help:
Contact Gail Salomon, Sidney Solomon or Sandy Springer

Annual Yom HaShoah Program and Men’s Club/Sisterhood Brunch Showing “A Day In October”, Sun., Apr. 15th at 9:30 A.M.

Program begins with a brief memorial service including lighting of candles
followed by showing of film “A Day in October” about Danish underground trying to sabotage the German Nazi War
and helping Jewish people escape from Denmark to Switzerland

“A Day in October” is rated PG-13 (Parents strongly cautioned). Set in 1943, it includes adult themes and situations. Kenneth Madsen’s film “A Day in October” treats one of the more heroic chapters of World War II, the Danes’ rescue of most of their Jewish population during the Nazi occupation.

It is an inspirational history lesson in the guise of a thriller.

No charge to attend. Everyone is welcome!