Sisterhood News

                                             Nancy Schwartz- Nancyaya14@gmail.com

November Hadassah event and all are welcome to attend. It’s a zoom meeting with a guest speaker who will discuss prediabetes and diabetes.

Thursday Nov. 12th 7 PM – more details forthcoming via a Sisterhood email.

Share your story. Someone else might benefit too…Here’s mine…

As many of you know, I injured my knee and was expected to end up having surgery. To date, I have been receiving PT 3 days/wk and massage therapy too.
Both have made a significant difference and I am reaching full recovery – without surgery! I’d like to share the names of the professionals who have brought me
through severe pain without any movement to my knee and overall body feeling back to normal. PT has been with Houston Methodist Clear Lake Orthopedics and
Sports Medicine near the hospital at 2020 Nasa Parkway. Clara just celebrated 30 years with Methodist and is an OUTSTANDING Physical Therapist. She is very
astute and has been right on target with my recovery plan. I highly recommend her. My massage therapy team are in League City. Paul or Tracey Edwards. I
included their card for your reference. They will work out your muscular issues or just give you a relaxing massage. They too, are experts in their field and I can’t
thank them enough! They offer packages too that bring your massage price to $58.00/hr. What a great gift for yourself or others for Chanukah.

 

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The Temple Beth Tikvah Sisterhood is a vital part of the TBT community, providing for many of the temple’s needs. Each year annual dues are collected prior to the beginning of the Jewish new year at Rosh Hashanah. Annual Sisterhood dues are only $30.00 for members of TBT and $36.00 for non-members. These dues allow the Sisterhood to keep our temple kitchen stocked; provide paper goods, coffee and drinks for our Oneg Shabbats and other Holy Day celebrations, like our Rosh Hashanah Apples & Honey Oneg, Yom Kippur Break Fast and our Hanukkah Menorah Lighting Service. It also goes to purchase all of the ritual foods for our Passover Seder; put on the Annual Chicken Soup Cook-Off; purchase gifts for our B’nai Mitzvah kids; supplement other Sisterhood events and help our temple in so many ways.