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76 RELIGION Temple installs new officers Temple Havurat Emet invites the community to our May 3, service at 7:30 p.m. at the Lecky


Center of the Robson Library on Riggs Road. At this service, we will hear from our own Rabbi Janet Madden who will have just returned from a month’s trip to Poland and Israel. She had the opportunity to teach a conversion class to a progressive Jewish community in Lodz, Poland. While there she also had the unique opportunity of observing Yom HaShoah – the national day of observation (regarding the Holocaust). She was also in Krakow and Auschwitz for this observation. We will all enjoy hearing her spiritual experiences of this fantastic trip. We will also be installing our 2013-2014 slate of offi cers: Co-Presidents: Gloria Bitting and Gigi Stacy Ritual Vice-President: Stefan Silverston Membership Vice-President: Barbara Schwartz Treasurer: Gary Stacy Recording Secretary: Marty Kraus Corresponding Secretary: Charlotte Currens Directors: Murray Siegel, Sharon Siegel and Sydell Rochman-Pascale We look forward to seeing everyone there! www.templehavuratemet.org. 


Shalom Chapter of Hadassah puts the “fun” in fundraisers


Joyce Spartonos, Publicity Our hats go off to Shalom Hadassah


for their outstanding fun fundraisers and the one planned for May is certainly no exception. Shalom defi nitely has another winner on its hands with this one! On Thursday, May 9, arrangements have been made for a docent-guided tour of the Phoenix Art Museum’s exhibit on advances in digital textile printing. This phenomenon has taken the fashion


design world to a whole new level that wasn’t even imagined several years ago. The works of more than 40 designers are showcased in this amazing exhibit and the reviews have all been outstanding. What a feast for the eyes!


The museum, located at 1625 N. Central


Avenue in Phoenix, is easily accessible by car or light rail and Shalom will happily arrange car pools for those interested. Please call Judi at 802-4944 or Diane at 895-6917 for information. The plans are to meet in the lobby of the museum at 10:45 a.m. and lunch will follow in the museum cafe after the tour. General admission is $12 plus an additional $6 for the fundraiser portion. Please note that these events always fi ll up quickly so it’s really a good idea to get your reservation in as soon as possible. Simply call Judi or Diane to reserve your spot and then prepare for a fabulous afternoon! We look forward to seeing you all on May 9. 


editorial@robson.com | SUN LAKES SPLASH | May 2013


Ongoing events on Sundays at Unity of Chandler


Unity of Chandler Sunday service is at 10:00 a.m. with inspirational messages and music


to lift your spirit; there is also Kid’s Sunday School. Unity of Chandler is located at 325 N. Austin Dr., Ste. 4, Chandler; phone 480-792-1800; www.unityofchandler.org. 


Sun Lakes Jewish Congregation Sisterhood posts events


Joyce Spartonos, Publicity It’s hard to believe that we’re already


discussing end-of-year events when it seems like just yesterday we were talking about Sisterhood’s season opener programs. Where has the time fl own to? Well, we’ll be fi nishing up with a bang - that’s for sure! Here’s how the month of May shapes up. Sisterhood’s annual Shabbat Service


will take place on Friday, May 10, at 7:00 p.m.


in the Chapel Center in Sun Lakes.


Rather than Rabbi Wiener conducting the monthly service of the Sun Lakes Jewish Congregation, our Sisterhood members will be in charge of the entire service. We are, of course, both happy and proud of this undertaking and look forward to everyone’s participation and support in this endeavor. Then, Sisterhood’s season fi nale (trust me,


it’s terrifi c) will be held on Thursday, May 16, at 11:30 a.m. in the San Tan Ballroom of Cottonwood Country Club. It’s our paid up, end-of-year luncheon, including a fabulous fashion show, courtesy of Dress Barn. While this program is free to paid-up Sisterhood members, guests are defi nitely welcome and,


indeed, encouraged to attend. Their


cost would be $20 per person. The choice for lunch is either Maui Chicken Salad or Mediterranean Steak Salad (sounds yummy, doesn’t it?) Please send your reservations to 9006 E. Copper Drive, Sun Lakes, 85248 and be sure to include your luncheon selection. Our co-presidents, Geri 480-305-0123


and Carol 480-895-3168, are always happy to hear from you with any comments or ideas. Please don’t hesitate to contact them. That’s it for now. See you next time. 


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