Alisa Hadassah of Monroe Township NJ

100 Whittingham Drive, Attention Lockox 19
Monroe Township, New Jersey 08831
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P : 609-395-0429 or 609-860-1234

E : alisa.hadassah.email@gmail.com

Mailing Address

Greenbriar at Whittingham

100 Whittingham Drive, Attention Lockox 19

Monroe Township, New Jersey 08831


Alive in Our Hearts Rememberance
tree of life

So many of our deceased spouses, partners, and friends are gone but not forgotten by our community.

Anyone who would like to memorialize their loved ones during the month of their passing can do so using this form:  Click Here for Flyer.

Cost is $2 per person remembered.  You may submit for the entire year by attaching an additional sheet with all names.

Questions contact Diane Altman 609-860-1193.

From our President

2019 Presidents

Quotes of the Month:

People grow through experience if they meet life honestly and courageously. This is how character is built.”                              -----Eleanor Roosevelt

“Many people are afraid of the dark, but the real tragedy is those who are afraid of the light.”---Plato


We hope you are surviving our North Pole weather!! Remember just a few more months and the trees will be budding and the flowers growing.  We want to thank all the members of the Membership committee headed by Sebley Hausler who made the January Membership tea such a huge success. Thanks to Roberta Fachler ,Phyllis Soffer and Sebley who made calls. Thanks to Tiby, Ella and Sheila who represented the Board and a special Thank You to Phyllis Soffer, our hostess .  See the Membership article to get all the details.


A special shout out to Diane Altman who once again had a very successful Mah Jongg card sale and has introduced us to a “New Mah Jongg Purse”.


Thank You Marilyn Taffet once again for holding a wonderful Lunch Bunch at Zinna’s Bistro .


Updates in HMO Research for Breast Cancer:

  • HMO Sr.Oncologist, Dr. Aviad Zick and his team are examining circulating tumor DNA in patients’blood to help identify the type of cancer present and appropriate treatment.
  • HMO researchers pioneered a diagnostic regimen to prevent transmission of the BRCA mutation to the next generation. This breakthrough in invitro fertilization and pre-implantation genetic diagnosis (PGD) enables women who carry the mutation to have their embryos pre-screened.
  • Professor Tamar Peretz, head of Hadassah’s Sharett Institute of Oncology is working on diagnosing cancer through blood samples rather than invasive biopsies.


Tiby and I wish you and your families a wonderful Purim and Passover season.There will be no meeting in February but we look forward to seeing you all in March for our meeting. Check  Save the Dates for all upcoming events.

 Gail Reifenberg and Tiby Lapkin—Co-Presidents

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