Sisterhood News

Mark your calendars and don’t forget our ZOOM BOOK CLUB hosted by Jeanne on June 14th. We’ll “meet” for lunch and discuss this fabulous book!

ON another note, if you have some pictures you’d like to share with us on how you’ve quarantined – cooking, baking, cleaning, art projects, writing, singing, dancing, etc – please send me your pictures to share! Lots of us sisters have really stepped up and done some creative things!

I had a blessing during all of this – my “cottage” is done! When everything is in place, I would love to have a luncheon. I am looking for someone who can pour slab underneath my home and have a fence installed – if you know anyone who is good at this, please call or email me!

Well wishes for Nancy Harris, as she recovers from her latest surgery. We are glad to hear that Pica is on the mend. We continue to keep the Hayes family in our prayers, along with Corinne and the boys. If you know of anyone who needs some extra prayers, please let me know!

We also are thinking of Bob Rivesman. The ZOOM memorial will be Sunday, June 14th. Our book club discussion will end in time for this at 2 p.m.

Nancy S

Need a brain tease to spice things up during quarantine? Harriet sends these along!

1. Which human bones are stronger than concrete?

2. If you count how many times a cricket chirps in 15 seconds and add ____you will get a rough estimate of the temperature in Fahrenheit

3. Babies are born without kneecaps. When do they appear? Between _____and _____years! GOOD LUCK EVERYONE!



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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.