The Ketura group of women reside mainly from metro Atlanta's Northern Arc including: Dunwoody, Sandy Springs, Doraville, Northeast Atlanta, East Cobb, and Buckhead. Ketura projects include Mitzvah Day, knitting and crocheting for a local women’s shelter, theater nights, cooking classes, and monthly day and evening book groups. Evening, Sunday functions and some weekdays. All Ages.

47 Perimeter Center E, Ste 210
Atlanta, Georgia 30346
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P : 678.443.2961

E : keturahadassah@gmail.com

Mailing Address

c/o Hadassah Hub-Super South

47 Perimeter Center E, Ste 210

Atlanta, Georgia 30346


Upcoming Events!

Thursday, Feb. 2: Ketura Goes to the Movies – AJFF Film Festival:


The creator of such beloved shows as All in the FamilyMaude, and The Jeffersons, Lear made an indelible imprint on American culture. Documentary runs 90 minutes.

Regal Cinema, Perimeter Pointe

 $10 matinee screenings Monday-Friday, start times up through 4:00 PM

 Purchase your own tickets at ajff.org.  No reserved seats.  Please arrive early.

 RSVP to Maxine Schein at Maxine.Ketura@gmail.com when you have purchased your ticket(s) so that we know how many people to expect.

Those who wish to will meet afterwards for lunch at the Atlanta Bread Company next door. Other groups are welcome.

Book Clubs
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Evening Group:
Feb. 20 - The Nazi Officer's Wife by Edith H. Beer & Susan Dworkin

March 20 - Joshua: A Brooklyn Tale by Andrew Kan

April 17 - The Marriage of Opposites by Alice Hoffman 

Contact Nancy St. Lifer, gasaint@bellsouth.net , or (404) 862-2238 for more information.

Daytime Group:
Feb 23 - Master of Ceremonies by Joel Grey, facilitated by Carol Schneider

April 27 - The End of Your Life Book Club by Will Schwalbe, facilitator Sandra Oldstein

June 22 - The Good Girl by Mary Kubica, facilitator Helene Jacoby

August 24 - The Mapmakers Daughter by Francesca Segal, facilitator Joan Solomon

October 26 - Days of Awe by Lauren Fox, Facilitator by Jo Anne Grunbaum

December 14 - People of the Book by Geraldine Brooks, facilitator Merrie Weiss

All meetings take place every other month at 10:30 a.m. at the Hadassah office. Contact Edie Friedman at ediee5@hotmail.com.

Hadassah Cards

HMO Cards and Certificates: Help support Hadassah’s great work by purchasing greeting cards and certificates for all occasions.

Helen Ehrlich is ready to help you with all your greeting card and certificate needs. Please contact her at 404-402-8416 or helenrehrlich@gmail.com.

Knit & Crochet

  • Members create pieces and collect toiletries, women’s and children’s clothing, household items, and toys for the Mary Hall Freedom House on the second Tuesday evening of each month from 7:30-9:00 p.m. Hadassah members in good standing from all groups are welcome to join us.
  • Next Knit and Crochet meeting: March 14.

For more information on creating and/or donating items, please contact chairperson, Reba Herzfeld at 770-394-3731 or rebareneekay@aol.com.

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Please visit the Ketura Photo Galleries

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Your Heart Matters

February 12, 2017

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Join Health Professional's kickoff event with special guest speaker: former NFL player Dave Hubbard of the 21 Day Fitness Challenge. SPACE LIMITED. Bring a heart-healthy dairy dish/treat. CONTRIBUTION: $7


Do a Mitzvah!

February 22, 2017

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Mitzvah and Volunteer for an Afternoon of Bingo Wednesday, February 22nd, 2017 at 1:45 p.m. Benton House Assisted Living Facility (Name changed to Addington Place of Alpharetta) 762 North Main Street, Alpharetta, GA 30004 Bring a small, unwrapped gift or two (worth $3-$5) for our Bingo Gift Basket, and make a senior citizen smile! Event will last approximately 1-1/2 hours. RSVP to Livia Sklar (livia5678@gmail.com) or Sharyn Lazarnick (sharyn209@yahoo.com).

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Theatre Party!

March 12, 2017

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Please join us for our first Theatre Party, a world-premiere showing of THE TEMPLE BOMBING, the brilliant retelling of a dramatic event that spurred the city of Atlanta to transform.


  • President

    Amy Jampool

  • Treasurer

    Maxine Schein

  • Recording Secretary

    Judith Cohen

  • VP Education

    Debra Sharker

  • VP Programming

    Harriet Trackman

  • VP Programming

    Marcy Caras

  • Public Affairs Chair

    Joan Solomon

  • VP Fundraising (Annual Giving)

    Arlene Glass

  • VP Membership/Outreach

    Helene Jacoby

  • VP Membership/Outreach

    Sheila Parks

  • Cards and Certificates Chair

    Rita Goldstein

  • Cards and Certificates Chair

    Helen Ehrlich

  • Study Group Chair

    Edie Friedman

  • Social Media Chair

    Vivienne Kurland

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(800) 928-0685

Membership Questions


(800) 664-5646

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(800) 237-1517

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