Metulla members reside in Dunwoody, Roswell, Norcross, Alpharetta, Duluth, Cumming and Suwanee. Events and programs are held in the daytime, evenings, weekdays and Sundays. Programming is varied and includes mitzvah projects, monthly book review club meetings, theater parties, new membership Welcoming Brunch, Mah Jongg tournaments, Fashion Show/Silent Auction luncheon, Chai Society Membership Tea, and gift wrapping during the holiday season. For more information, please contact Anita Otero at 404-403-8121 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thursday, March 14 – Mitzvah Day at The Cohen Home. Celebrate Purim by playing games with the residents! 2-4 p.m. Contact Natine Rosenzweig for information about participating - Rosen4348@aol.com
Wednesday, May 1 – “Discovering and Liberating Dachau.” In commemoration of Holocaust Remembrance Day, hear Hilbert (Hibby) Margol give his incredibly moving account of that experience. His story was featured in the “American Witnesses” exhibition at the US Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington, DC. The exhibit highlights Americans who saw first-hand evidence of Nazi atrocities, through their oral and written testimonies and photographs. At Cong. Beth Shalom, 5303 Winters Chapel Road, Dunwoody 30360; 6:30 p.m. Couvert: $5 at the door.
Metulla Group of Hadassah Greater Atlanta Presents
The Hadassah Apron “The Power of Women Who Do!”
Wear an apron and show your support for Hadassah! Aprons will be available at All Upcoming Metulla Events and Programs
Donations on your part are greatly appreciated !
Suggested Donations Begin at Chai - $18.00, more if you can!
Contact: Anita Otero at: email@example.com
ON THE SAME PAGE Book Club:
Friday, March 15 – The Tell, by Linda Meyers. At the home of Judy Feldstein, 425 Wembley Circle, Sandy Springs 30328.
For more information: Barbara Shoulberg, firstname.lastname@example.org, 770/815-8552.
Join HADASSAH’S ChaiSociety Levels of Giving!
Special greetings to our new members and to our transfer members who joined us from Nes Harim. Ever wonder how Hadassah raises funds for its many incredible projects? It's not magic! It's your commitment to annual giving. Each of us needs a starting point to make a commitment, and that's where the ChaiSociety program comes in.
The Metulla Group has embraced the ChaiSociety campaign as a recurring, (annual) donor program. ChaiSociety members contribute $15 per month, ($180/year), or $30 per month, ($360/year). To date, 28 Metulla members have made a commitment to become ChaiSociety members and proudly wear their beautiful ChaiSociety Hadassah pins. Metulla is proud to have enrolled almost 50% of the Hadassah Greater Atlanta new ChaiSociety members!
For more information and to join ChaiSociety, please see our flyer!
Share Your Talents and Join a Committee
Our Committee Chairpersons Need Your Assistance!
Are you artistic? Have gourmet talents? Would you help make a telephone reminder call?
Help solicit for Silent Auction items for future events? Would you like to be a Hostess for future meetings? Play Mah Jongg at The Cohen Home and other locations? Lead a discussion?
Please share your talents!
Sharyn Lazarnick: email@example.com or 404-432-9180
Nancy Schwartz: firstname.lastname@example.org or 770-265--3461
Cards & Certificates
Cards and Certificates: Buying Hadassah greeting cards and certificates supports Hadassah’s important work as you purchase something that is always needed. Cards (for all occasions) begin at $2 each. Certificates (“in honor of” or “in memory of”) are available at every category of giving and sharing, starting at $5 each. To purchase a card or certificate, contact Terry Nordin at email@example.com or call 770/395-7712.
A Picture is Worth a Thousand Words!
Please visit the Metulla Photo Gallery
From our President
Dear Hadassah sisters:
It was an action-packed and exciting year for the HGA Metulla Group, and I am so thankful for the journey we all had together.
It is a new year, with new expectations, and we are getting ready to take on new projects, plan fun fundraising events and educational programs, join in advocacy for change, and overall, as always, strive to contribute and make a difference.
But, above all, we are urging all our members to become more mindful and responsive to the many problems around us and around the world, to recognize that every day will be filled with new opportunities to serve, to step up and commit to Hadassah and its many causes. Hadassah offers us many platforms where we can make changes, learn, reach out and raise awareness. We urge our members to engage and to also involve their family and friends, their community, their social network. We ask everyone to contribute, to move the task forward and to make a difference. We are all capable of more than we know.
In a social, economic and political landscape, where women are still under-represented, valued less, overworked, underpaid, many not schooled, and a great many subjected to violence inside and outside of their homes and/or abused in their work environment, we have our work cut out in so many directions.
Each of us has the power of ONE, and when we join a community of dedicated women who come together to effect change, we all become the power of MANY for the good of ALL.
Anita G. Otero
President of the HGA Metulla Group
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