SAVE THESE DATES!
Wednesday, February 6, 2013
NCJW Winter Meeting Luncheon & Boutique with guest speaker Cantor Kathryn Wolfe Sebo. This popular Boutique featuring local artisans will begin at 10:30am. Emerging Leader awards will be given out! Watch your mail for the invitation.
Wednesday, February 27, 2013
Jewish Heritage Night at the Q
Cleveland CAVS vs. Toronto Raptors - NCJW/Cleveland's Entertainmobile and The High Notes to perform! Details to follow next month.
PROGRAM & EDUCATION
Wendy Elconin & Ilene Nolish
NCJW/Cleveland's book group meets the first Thursday of each month in the conference room at the NCJW office at 1:00 PM. Those who wish to eat together before the book discussion may gather at noon with a brown bag lunch. The upcoming book selections are:
December 6: The Tortilla Curtain by T.C. Boyle
January 3: Once We Were Brothers by Ronald Balson
ANNUAL DINNER AND MOVIE
Bring your friends and join us at the Cedar Lee Theater, followed by dinner and discussion with former Plain Dealer film and drama critic, Donna Chernin Kurit. When you call the NCJW office register, please give us your email address so that we can contact you with the movie title and time.
Date: Monday, January 7
Time: Approx. 4PM
Place: Cedar Lee Theater then Lemongrass Restaurant
Cost: Movie Ticket & Dinner
Deadline: Dec. 31
Chair: Lynn Barry
Let's warm up on a cold winter day and have an hour of fun with Heather Koniz, of the Cleveland City Dance Company. Zumba, a dance-fitness phenomenon created by Beto Perez, fuses Latin and international music with a variety of dance movements to create a fun-filled workout. Zumba allows participants to tone their bodies and strengthen their cardiovascular health while dancing to the beat. Come try it!
Date: Wednesday, January 16
Place: The Cleveland Dance Company
13108 Shaker Square
(SW corner of square, 2 doors away from theater.
Free parking in back - look for purple awning)
Chair: Courtney Laves-Mearini
THE CLEVELAND THEATRE:
THE CRITICS, THE THEATRES, AND YOU
Join us on two Thursdays in January for an enlightening and interesting series presented by ROY BERKO. Roy is a well known critic, college professor, actor, director, and an entertaining speaker. He will regale us with secrets of Cleveland theatre venues, current productions, facts and quips about the history and eccentricities of the theatre world.
Dates: Thursday, January 10 and January 24
Place: Beachwood Family Health Center, Conference D
26900 Cedar Road (next to Beachwood Place)
Chair: Linda Barnett
THE MAKING OF "CAROUSEL"
An NCJW Collaboration with The Musical Theater Project
"Walk on, walk on, with hope in your heart, and you'll never walk alone." That's how Rodgers & Hammerstein ended their classic 1945 tale of star-crossed lovers Billy Bigelow and Julie Jordan - one of the most beloved of all Broadway musicals, Carousel. Join us and you'll hear the story of its creation along with every piece from the score including "If I Loved You," "Mr. Snow," "Soliloquy," "June Is Bustin' Out All Over" and the glorious "Carousel Waltz." It's an encore performance of a multi-media concert that sold out last year.
Hosted by: Bill Rudman and Nancy Maier with vocalists Jessica Cope, James Dickason, Jared Leal, Cynthia O'Connell and Fabio Polanco.
Date: Sunday, January 20
Place: Notre Dame College (Regina Hall)
Cost: $14 member price through 1/11
$16 member price after 1/11
$20 preferred member price through 1/11
$24 preferred member price after 1/11
--- RSVP FOR PROGRAMS TO ---
Cheryl at the NCJW Office: 216.378.2204 ext. 101
Sandra Arnovitz & Arielle Cohen
When: Thursday, December 6
7:00 - 9:00 PM Where: Bead Q
8584 East Washington St. Ste. B
Chagrin Falls, OH 44023
Why: To Make Beautiful Beaded
Bracelets or Necklaces with Friends
Who: Evening Branch Women & Your Friends (Women J)
Cost: $5 for Snacks & the cost of materials for your creation
RSVP: Susie Friedman at email@example.com
Amy Zlotnik at firstname.lastname@example.org
CLICK HERE - NCJW/Cleveland Website
HOLIDAY GIFT GIVING
With the holidays on the way... Making a Tribute Donation to NCJW/Cleveland in is a great way to Honor a loved one and support our programming needs. A special note will be sent to the recipient or family acknowledging your thoughtfulness. Call Cheryl at 216.378.2204 ext. 101 at the NCJW/Cleveland Office.
NEWS ABOUT ADVOCACY
Marie Smith, Vice President
"The Committee to Stop Gun Violence is holding informal conversations around the subject of Gun Violence Reduction in people's homes. The first will be in the home of Susan Reis.
HOUSE MEETING ON GUN REDUCTION VIOLENCE
Date: Sunday, January 13, 2013
Time: 7-9 p.m
Address: 2718 Green Road, Shaker Heights
RSVP: Susan by Jan 6th
MAKE A DIFFERENCE... VOLUNTEER!
Call Becky Brouman, Director of Volunteers ext. 105 to see how
YOU can make a difference
for your community!
CLICK HERE for Community Service Opportunities
WELCOMES NEW MEMBERS
Rozelle E. Atkins Leanne Leavitt
Casey Bankhurst Kimberly Leikin
Laurel Barr Nancy Leizman
Beth Berger-Jacobs Barbara Levene
Anne Bloomberg Miriam Lidsky
Judi Bolinger Sandra Littman
Jill Braun Susan Lomaz
Suzanne Cooper Debbie Malkin
Sue Cutler Karen Marcus
Stephanie Danzinger Yolande Margolin
Shari Dombcik Kelly Markowitz
Gene Elconin Rebecca Meiser
Carol Erikson Susan Mezi
Sheri Feigelson Rosalyn Muskovitz
Bonnie Flate Cheryl Ross
Marilyn Frankel Oif Linda Schlein
Debbie Friedman Rieda Schubert
Sharon Goldberg Melvin Schwarzwald
David Goldfein Barbara Shane
Barbara Goldstein Sally Simon
Meredith Goldstein Amy Small
Lilli Harris Judy Solomon
Sheila Joseph-Groynom Violet Spevack
Shelia Kleinman Gail Stroud
Betty Kohn Randi Sussman
Marian Krieger Judi Vilensky
Janet Kursh Donna Weinberger
Joey Laidman Fern M. Weiss
Click Here to make a gift of membership!
Of Blessed Memory
As of 9/1/2012
Wishing a Speedy Recovery
Suki Schmelzer after her kidney transplant. Suki is the daughter to Lynn Schmelzer an NCJW/Cleveland Past President.
Co-Chairs: Fran Doris & Terrie Kleinman
Much thanks to all of our members who have contributed to the NCJW/Cleveland Annual Fund. Your contributions go toward all the NCJW projects throughout the community. It's not too late to make a difference in our programming and services!
You donations of gently worn clothing, bric-a-brac, etc. to our Thriftique Showroom support our programs and projects! Drop off your items to the NCJW/Cleveland Warehouse between the hours of 9am - 4pm Monday thru Friday at 26055 Emery Road
NEED A FREE PICK UP FOR FURNITURE? CALL ABBE AT 216.378.2264 TODAY!