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Hadassah Donor Luncheon

On March 12, 2008, The Cincinnati Chapter of Hadassah held its Donor Luncheon for over 150 women at Ohav Shalom Synagogue. The festivities began as Chapter President Tobe Snow presented Cincinnati Mayor Mark Mallory with a photo collage of his trip to Israel in October, 2007.

Mayor MalloryMayor Mallory was one of an esteemed group of forty-one mayors from all over the world who journeyed to Jerusalem for the International Conference of Mayors. All of the mayors were guided on a tour of Hadassah Hospital, Ein Kerem where they viewed the breathtaking Chagall windows in the hospital synagogue, the Mother and Child Pavilion Lobby, The Goldyne Savad Cancer Care and Research Institute and the new Trauma Unit.

As she presented the photo collage to Mr. Mallory, Tobe Snow said, "Since your election as Mayor in 2005, a major focus of your administration has been on relationship-building and collaboration that brings people and communities together. Mayor, I know how important these values are to you and when you look at these pictures, I hope that you will always remember your journey to Israel, Hadassah Hospital and how Hadassah cares for all people without regard to race, nationality or religion."

The event continued as the Cincinnati Chapter of Hadassah honored Mrs. Debbie Fox,a guiding light to many generations of women in our chapter and an energetic worker for all Hadassah projects:the Hadassah Medical Organization, Hadassah College of Jerusalem, partnership with Jewish and Israel Programs, and advocacy for health education in the United States.

The Cincinnati Chapter of Hadassah has raised over $177,000.00 so far this year during our Donor Campaign that funds all these vital Hadassah Projects. Founded in 1912, Hadassah is the largest Women's and largest volunteer organization in America dedicated to enhancing the quality of American and Jewish life through advocacy for equality, privacy, health and education initiatives and strengthening our connection to Israel.

Tobe Snow and Mayor Mallory
Tobe Snow presented a photo collage to Mayor Mallory.
Debbie Fox and Mayor Mallory
Debbie Fox and Mayor Mallory.

Suzanne Schweiger, Mayor Mallory, Kate Minevich and Tobe Snow.
Registration table at Ohav Shalom luncheon
Registration table at Ohav Shalom.
Hadassah cards for sale at the Boutique
Hannah Hattenbach sold beautiful Hadassah cards at the Boutique before the luncheon.
Purse hangers for sale at the Boutique
Purse hangers were also on sale at the event.

Carol Ann Schwartz, Paula Jarnicki, Tobe Snow and Edie Rau.

Renee Sandler, Kate Minevich, Carol Ann Schwartz, Paula Jarnicki, Tobe Snow, Edie Rau and Suzanne Schweiger.
Suzanne Schweiger and Kate Minevich, Co-Chairs of Donor
Suzanne Schweiger, Donor Chair, and Kate Minevich, Donor Co-Chair.

Rabbi Moishe Meirovich sang Hatikvah and the Star Spangled Banner
Rabbi Moishe Meirovich sang Hatikvah and the Star Spangled Banner.
Invocation by Ellen, Lynda and Donna Fox
Ellen, Lynda and Donna Fox gave the HaMotzi.
Tobe Snow, President of Cincinnati Chapter of Hadassah
Tobe Snow, President of Cincinnati Chapter of Hadassah.
Debbie Fox and her twin sister Peppi Gallop
Debbie Fox and her twin sister Peppi Gallop.
Tobe Snow puts on her special hat.
Tobe Snow put on her special hat.
Tobe Snow holds up a sign.
Tobe Snow held up a sign showing that Cincinnati Chapter of Hadassah has raised over $177,000.00 so far this year during our Donor Campaign.
Carol Ann Schwartz represented the Jewish Federation of Cincinnati.
Carol Ann Schwartz gave a report.
Bobbie Signer and Peppi Gallop spoke about Debbie Fox's contributions to Hadassah.
Bobbie Signer and Peppi Gallop gave inspiring tributes to Debbie Fox.
Debbie Fox spoke to the group.
Debbie Fox spoke to the group.
The Meridian Eight, students from the School for the Creative and Performing Arts, entertained the group with jazzy songs.
The Meridian Eight, students at the School for Creative and Performing Arts, entertained the group with jazzy songs.

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