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Hadassah Greater Washington

Hadassah Greater Washington carries out the mission of Hadassah throughout DC; nearby Maryland counties, including Prince George's, Montgomery, and Frederick; and Northern Virginia

11900 Parklawn Drive, Suite 350
Rockville, Maryland 20852
Contact Us

P : (301) 881-8203

E : bcwash@hadassah.org

Mailing Address

11900 Parklawn Drive, Suite 350

Rockville, Maryland 20852

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Announcements

Israeli Cocktails and Couture
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SUNDAY, MARCH 11, 2018
3:30PM - 5:30PM
AT THE JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER
OF NORTHERN VIRGINIA

8900 Little River Turnpike, Fairfax, VA 22031

Couvert: $18

click here to register

Arlene P. Steinberg Memorial Lecture Series
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Calendar

Click here for a calendar of our Region and Chapter events

Greater Washington Presidium 2018
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It is with excitement and pleasure that we introduce ourselves to you as the Presidium for Hadassah Greater Washington Region for 2018.

Marsha Werner, Nancy Weisberger, and Sarah Elpern

SHIR SHALOM CULTURE CLUB TOUR of ANDERSON HOUSE
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SHIR SHALOM CULTURE CLUB TOUR of ANDERSON HOUSE

 2118 Massachusetts Avenue, NW, Washington, DC

 Tuesday, March 20, 2018 11:00 am  Free

 Since 1939, this National Historic Landmark has been open to the public as an historic house museum.

 2 1/2 blocks from DuPont Circle on the Red Line

 Optional lunch following the tour

 Please email or call Sandy Pollen to RSVP

Sandrapollen123@gmail.com   301-933-3254

                                                                                                               

Anderson House was built in 1905, and was one of the capital city's most fashionable mansions—with art and antiques, carved wood walls, gilded papier-mâché ceilings, ornate iron staircases, and intricate marble floors

When Larz Anderson died in 1937, his widow oversaw the gift of Anderson House and its contents to the Society of the Cincinnati.

 The Society of the Cincinnati was founded by officers at the Continental Army encampment at Newburgh, New York, in May 1783.  The aims of the new organization: to perpetuate the memory of the War for Independence, maintain the fraternal bonds between the officers, promote the ideals of the Revolution, support members and their families in need, distinguish its members as men of honor.

 George Washington was the first President General of the Society.

 

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Israeli Cocktails and Couture

March 11, 2018 - March 11, 2018

Jewish Community Center of Northern Virginia

The history of Israeli fashion from 1909 to today.

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Leadership

  • President

    Judy Erdheim

  • VP Fundraising

    Karen Blomberg

  • Fundraising Vice President

    Helene Kahan

  • Leadership Vice President

    Lynn Berk

  • VP Membership

    ViVi Rosen

  • VP Membership

    Judye Yellon

  • Organization Vice President

    Sherry Kabran

  • VP Program/Education

    Lorraine Harkavy

  • VP Program/Education

    Nancy Weisberger

  • Recording Secretary

    Suzie Price

  • Treasurer

    Dina Lipschultz

  • Past President

    Iris Tishkoff

Donation Questions

donorservices@hadassah.org

(800) 928-0685

Membership Questions

membership@hadassah.org

(800) 664-5646

Missions Department

missions@hadassah.org

(800) 237-1517

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New York, NY 10005

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