Wednesday, March 22 at 7:00 PM
Park Heights JCC
Join the Center for Jewish Education to hear from Allison Fine on how you can keep your organization current and connected. She is a master storyteller who creates new paradigms for how we work using an energizing way to approach business that brings out people’s generosity and willingness to share in a new world intimately connected by social media. Author of The Networked NonProfit and Matterness, Allison will challenge and engage you whether you are a layleader, educator or professional.
Creating Medical breakthroughs to save lives everywhere. Don’t stop thinking about tomorrow…it’ll soon be here!
Join us as we Cell-A-Brate the power of stem cell research!
Sunday, March 19, 2017
Doubletree by Hilton – Pikesville 5:00 p.m.
Silent Auction – Catering by Hoffman & Company
Music & Dancing with SO FRESH Entertainment featuring MC Fresh.
(dietary laws observed)
Meet Malia Litman, Hadassah Hospital Patient and current stem cell recipient.
All proceeds benefit Hadassah’s stem cell research and advocacy efforts to fight:
*ALS *MS *Parkinson ’s disease *Diabetes *Cancer *Macular Degeneration *Heart Disease more!
Couvert: $150 (Early Bird Tickets Available Until March 1 Only) $175 (Tickets purchased March 2 – March 19)
Go to http://bidpal.net/cellabrate2017 to buy tickets, become a sponsor,
Purchase ads on our “Virtual Ad Book”, or make a donation.
For more information, call 410-484-9590
The Power of Dedication… The Power of Collaboration…
THE POWER TO SAVE LIVES…IS IN YOUR HANDS!
Collaborative Conversation with Members of Union Baptist Church
Wednesday, March 22, 7 – 9 p.m.
Chizuk Amuno Congregation
Members of the congregation have voiced interest in having interfaith/interracial dialogue. Through relationships between members of our clergy and the Senior Reverend at Union Baptist Church, a small group have been exploring opportunities. Under the facilitation guidance of Barbara Grochal, “Joining Communities through Dialogue” will be held at Chizuk Amuno March 22 from 7 – 9 p.m. The evening will entail small facilitated group discussions with members of both congregations. Registration is required, (max. of 25 people) first come first served.
RSVP to Margie Simon, 410-484-3461 or firstname.lastname@example.org
|Please join JUFJ Baltimore for our 4th Annual Social Justice Seder,
a night of discussion, singing, speakers, sharing food with new and old friends, and action.Sunday, April 2nd | 5-7 PM | 6 Nisan 5777Bolton Street Synagogue
212 W Cold Spring Ln, Baltimore, MD 21210Learn more, get tickets, or help sponsor this event here.
This year, we will delve into the complexities of policing and police accountability in Baltimore. How do different communities in Baltimore experience policing? What are the impacts of policing on people of color? How will we as a Baltimore Jewish community respond?
Refreshments (vegetarian and kosher-certified) will be served. Childcare provided upon request. To help us plan for your family, please be in touch: email@example.com.
We look forward to seeing you! With any additional questions, or to volunteer,