For any organization, it's very important to recognize and thank everyone who pitches in to make it a success. The hard part about doing this is that someone inevitably gets missed. So we sometimes avoid naming everyone who should be thanked, so that we won't cause hard feelings.
And there are so many events that people have pitched in to make a success! But we do really appreciate everyone who worked hard to make the fundraisers like the Honey, the MahJongg Cruise, Bingotini, the Holiday Boutique, the MahJongg Tournament, Pala Casino, Mah Jongg Cards and the Author presentation happen. But fundraisers are just the tip of the iceberg! Where would we be without our Oneg hostesses, our Judaica shop hostesses, our Seder committee, our Extended Kiddush chair and workers, the Sisterhood Shabbat committee, the Women of the Wall committee, the Volunteer Recognition lunch committee, our Chai Mitzvah chair, our Rosh Chodesh chair, our Tribute chair, our past-presidents, WRJ board members, and all our elected Sisterhood Board members and their committees?
Also important are those who donate money to make Sisterhood a success. A big hip-hip-hurray for all of our Friends of Sisterhood. Plus all of our oneg sponsors and those who joined Sisterhood at the Sponsor or Patron levels. Everyone who "rounded up" their purchases at the Holiday Boutique or donated to Sisterhood "just because." And those who sponsored events like the Women of the Wall event.
And we very much appreciate everyone who makes the statement that Sisterhood is important by becoming a member or a Friend of Sisterhood.
How did we do? Did we miss anyone? Let us know who we left out!
"We make a living by what we get, but we make a life by what we give" - Winston Churchill
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