WRJ - Temple Israel Sisterhood would like you to answer a brief questionnaire regarding your knowledge and interest in our programming. The questionnaire takes only a few minutes and is anonymous unless you choose to share your information. Your responses will help guide WRJ as we plan events and programs to support you and Temple Israel.
Please participate in our survey
Visually impaired students receive special opportunity at Bass Pro Shops
The Adopt-a-School program has been a long standing social action project for our sisterhood that provides activities one morning a week during the month of June for students that attend the Colonial School for the Visually Impaired. This year, under the leadership of Rochelle Fenton and Phyllis Niegleberg, planned events included bowling, a sports experience guided by the Association of Blind Athletes, a Bass Pro tour and roller skating. Click on the photo to see a video and slide show of students enjoying the Bass Pro visit.
Annual Open Board Meeting & Program
On Wednesday, May 10, our sisterhood was treated with a presentation by Lillian Kapilivsky, WRJ-International Board Member, WRJ-Southwest District Area Director and Sisterhood President of Temple Emanuel of McAllen, Texas.
Her presentation, Famous Jewish Faces, included many Jewish artists, inventors and composers with a description of their impact on our world with highlights of Ruth Handler, the creator of Barbie and Ken dolls. Included in Lillian's presentation was a viewing of the film, The Tribe (click on titles to view presentations). One lucky sisterhood member won a Bat Mitzvah Barbie created by Barbara Hermann.
Thursday, July 13
Doors open at 6 PM in Scheidt Hall
Trivia begins at 7 PM
Back by popular demand, a summertime evening with your sisterhood friends for trivia fun! Bring your friends and make a table of 8 or register individually and we'll place you on a team. All answers will be recorded on paper and scored by computer. Join the table decorating contest at 6 PM and festoon your table with a theme such as Memphis Tigers, Grizzlies, Roll Tide, music lovers, movie lovers--be creative! Competitors over 21 only and no spectators. Desserts and drinks provided; bring your own snack or picnic dinner. Prizes will be awarded.
Pictured left to right: Lillian Kapilivsky, Rochelle Fenton (Jewish Barbie winner) and Nancy Kline, President.
As Women of Reform Judaism and as friends,
we are stronger together--
Stronger when we work together
Stronger when we pray together
Stronger when we build together
Stronger when we have fun together
Women of Reform Judaism--Stronger Together
For all orders over $30 and placed prior to May 15, you will receive 4 Camassia Cusickii (pictured left).
Sunday, June 25, 7 PM
Home of Richard and Melissa Faber
7784 October Rose Cove
Memphis, TN 38119
Bring your own lawn chair (BYOLC) and enjoy hamburgers, hot dogs, and s'mores with members of Brotherhood and Sisterhood. The cost is $8 for members/$12 non-members which will include a donation to MAZON.
Cookout & Bonfire
2017 Holland Bulb Sale
Pictured to the right is member Julie Boshwich amaryllis that has bloomed for the third time!
The bulbs that Sisterhood sells are of the highest quality and add such beautify to any landscape.
Please contact Judy Royal @ 901-219-9503 for a brochure and order form to order bulbs NOW to be planted in the fall for a Spring 2018 spectacular!
Need assistance paying by credit card? Call Waynette @ 901-846-5957