Sisterhood Speaks (March 2014)

After all the cold of winter, it appears that the merry month of March is upon us. Sisterhood is springing back into busyness with not one, but three, events.

Hamantaschen Happening

On Sunday, March 9, at 4:00 p.m, Sisterhood members will get together with the Sisterhood of B’nai Tikvah Sholom for a Hamantaschen Happening. We will meet in the Social Hall and Kitchen under the capable guidance and direction of Chef Myra Wishnick; we will all make hamantaschen. The hamantaschen will then go into the oven as members enjoy a pot luck dinner together. While we talk and eat, our tasty hamantaschen will bake, soon ready to be our dessert.

The Pot Luck Menu for the March 9 meeting will be salads (green, fruit, pasta, potato and other grains with veggies) and Main Dishes (fish casseroles or salads, cheese/quiche entrees, kugels, eggs – devilled or salad). If your last name begins with A – M, we would prefer that you bring some sort of salad. Those with the names beginntng N – Z, please bring main dishes that are fish or parve — we are kosher style.

In order to be prepared with ingredients for the Hamentaschen Happening, it will help to know approximately how many people are coming. Please RSVP to new-message24 or call the Temple office (860/561-1055) and leave a message, or leave me a message in the Sisterhood mailbox at the Temple Office. Our telephone corrmittee will also try to reach you to invite you; please let your caller know if you can make it.

Dessert Is Nice with Financial Advice

Our March 13 meeting will begin at 7:00 p.m with homemade desserts, coffee, and tea. Members of the Sisterhood Board have offered to do the baking and dessert is sure to be excellent! We will then hear from James Goldman, who was recommended to us by the JCC and Jewish Family Services as a speaker on financial matters.

Mr. Goldman is an investment advisor with one of the nation’s largest full-service securities firms and has been helping clients sustain and grow tleir wealth for over 25 years. Jim volunteers his time one day a week at Jewish Family Services, serving as their “Money Coach”. In that role, he helps people with virtually any area of concern that is finance related. He also assists with many consumer-related issues as well. He plans to cover a variety of topics in his talk. He will be happy to answer questions as part of his presentation.The March 13 meeting has no charge and welcomes all Sisterhood members. See you there!

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