Women of Temple Beth Torah

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HEALTH FAIR

  • WTBT and Hadassah Tri-City are co-sponsoring a Virtual Women's Health Fair via Zoom on Sunday, 5/23 from 10:00am to 12:30pm. An Evite went out on April 27. We will send a Zoom link upon registration.

 

  • The schedule is as follows:

    • 10:00   Zoom opens

    • 10:10   Welcome

    • 10:20   Dr. Leiphart from Washington Hospital speaks " Keep Calm and Practice Self Care" ....

    • 11:10   Kelly Rackham, 24 Hour Fitness, Active Aging "gentle exercise/movement activity"

    • 11:30   Don C. Reed, CA Stem Cell Advocate, " Updates in Stem Cell research as Related to Health/Medical Issues"

    • 12:20   Brief Reflection with Marla Zarrow

    • 12:25   Closing remarks

  • Health Faire registration tiers are as follows:

    • $18 Chai

    • $36 Double Chai

    • $54 Triple Chai

THANK YOU!

 

WTBT would like to thank those who supported our successful Hamantaschen Bake Sale. Tremendous gratitude for Rabbi Eve Ben-Ora and Rebecca Schulman, our amazing bakers who spent countless hours baking delicious Purim treats! Also thank you to Jackie Bazley and Arlene Peavey, as we could not have done this without your support! 

Since July 2020, WTBT has held monthly Rosh Chodesh meetings, a membership tea, several baking demonstrations, and two crafts and schmoozes - all over Zoom! We greatly appreciate the generous donations made to WTBT to support these events. Your donations are greatly appreciated and enable WTBT to support programs and activities within TBT and the community at large.

Click here to join 2020-2021 WTBT

You can also print this flyer and mail it back if you're unable to register online. 

This link only collects your registration details, but membership payment must be a separate transaction. You can either pay in the office by check or cash, by mail, or online via Paypal (IF you have an account) to womentbt@gmail.com

 

For general information about WTBT, please email womentbt@gmail.com

WTBT 2020-2021 Board Officers:

Co Presidents – Judy Waltz & Cheryl Cohen

Secretary – Monique Bradley

Treasurer – Edith Caplan

VP Membership – Cindy Monroe

VP Programming – Rebecca Schulman

VP Ways and Means - Arlynn Peavey

Women have always played important roles in the history and heritage of the Jewish people. Sustaining, leading, and perpetuating from one generation to the next, L’dor v’dor. Women of Temple Beth Torah invites you to join us in this journey of spirituality, community, mitzvot and tikkun olam.

We began as the Sisterhood of Temple Beth Torah in 1964, and have been contributing to both the temple and the general community ever since. Through our affiliation with Women Of Reform Judaism we help ensure the future of Progressive Judaism through rabbinic scholarships, support of our youth programs and special projects throughout the world.

WTBT’s mission statement affirms: “Women of Temple Beth Torah, an affiliate of Temple Beth Torah, is a community of multi-generational women dedicated to family, synagogue, and community.  We strive to promote education, spirituality and socialization for our members and the community.”

WTBT provides support for:

  • Temple Youth: Holiday gifts, Bar/Bat Mitzvah gifts, camp scholarships, Hanukkah Fair.

  • Community Outreach: Meal preparation at local homeless shelter.

  • Community Enhancements: WTBT gift shop, maintenance of temple kitchen equipment and supplies, co-operation with other temple committees and groups in various programs and activities, Rosh Hashanah oneg.

  • Education and Spirituality: Rosh Chodesh group, Sisterhood Shabbat.

Join with the Women of Temple Beth Torah to meet and socialize with your fellow TBT women to laugh, to learn and to make an impact in our world.

WTBT 2020-2021 Committees:

Gift Shop – Jackie Bazley

Outreach – Karen Bressler & Janice Fonteno

Kitchen – Leslie Strauss

Friendship – Marla Zarrow

Historian – Rebecca Schulman

MarComm – Martha Garcia