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Message from the President | February 2010

Dear Friends,

Hadassah has helped shape Israel by building high-and by digging deep. As you can see in my February podcast, we are in the middle of building the Sarah Wetsman Davidson Hospital Tower in Jerusalem, which will be the most advanced medical facility in Israel when we dedicate it in 2012. Five levels of the tower, all underground, have already been completed, and with a 24-hour construction schedule the Jerusalem skyline will be changing almost daily until it opens. Many of you have already contributed to the tower-Hadassah's largest building project in 50 years. I hope many more of you will be inspired to help when you see the blueprints coming to life.

Be sure to keep checking our website regularly for the latest news from Hadassah. And remember to suggest to your friends that they do the same. The next time you go to www.hadassah.org, you may notice that the site has been redesigned and is now more user friendly.

To see my most recent podcast, as well as those from the archives, go to our site and choose "Message from the President" from the Read About It section of our new website.

Just log on to stay in touch.

Shalom,

Nancy Falchuk
Hadassah National President

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Susan Warren @ 2/9/2010 4:26:28 PM 
Wow, this surely is informative and inspiring! Go, Hadassah,Go!
I am proud to be a Life Member of Hadassah, as was my mother before me.

Keep up the amazing and critical work!

Kol HaKavod!!!!

Sue Marcus Warren
Dallas chapter
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