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Education Day 2010

Sunday, January 24, 2010
11:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.

On Sunday, January 24, 2010, Cincinnati Chapter of Hadassah and Jewish Family Service hosted a 4-hour program "Exploring the Strengths of Our Generations" at Rockwern Academy.  Breakout sessions featured special guests Glynnis Reinhart, Financial Advisor at AXA Advisors; Paula J. Gross, Principal Designer for The IDEA Group; Marion Corbin Mayer, Creative Life Coach and Artist; and Amy Greenbaum, Jewish Educator. Women of all ages enjoyed exploring characteristics of the different generational groups.  Box lunches were provided by Northern Hills Synagogue Catering.  Hadassah Co-Chairs were Bobbi Handwerger and Gilda Schwartz.  Jewish Family Service Co-Chairs were Sandee Golden and Linda Kean.

Photography by Gayna Bassin
 Women registered at the entrance to Rockwern Academy.
Women registered at the entrance to Rockwern Academy.
 Sandee Golden and Bobbi Handwerger registered guests to the program.
Co-Chairs Sandee Golden and Bobbi Handwerger registered guests to the program, as Tobe Snow, president of Hadassah, picks up her name tag.
 Tables were set up in a large activity room.
 Amy Perlman and Ethel
Amy Perlman and Ethel Guttenberg.
 Another table in the activity room.
Sonia Milrod, Edie Rau, Diana Fenichel, Raye Brass, Bea Horowitz and Marion Corbin Mayer.
 The first breakout session with Paula J. Gross and Gilda Schwartz, Program Co-Chair.
Co-Chair Gilda Schwartz (right) introduced Paula J. Gross, President of the IDEA Group, in her breakout session "Lifestyle Design: Home and Office Transitional Design".
 Paula J. Gross led a discussion on transitioning to a less cluttered lifestyle.
Paula J. Gross led a discussion on transitioning to a less cluttered lifestyle.  The boxes represented the "stuff" we own at different periods of our lives.
 Women sat in a circle and each described their lifecycle position.
Women sat in a circle and each described their lifecycle position.
 Glynnis Reinhart, Financial Advisor at AXA Advisors, gave a presentation called "Take Control of Your Financial Destiny".
Glynnis Reinhart, Financial Advisor at AXA Advisors, led the workshop, "Take Control of Your Financial Destiny."
 Women learned about financial strategies in Glynnis Reinhart's session.
Participants in the "Take Control of Your Financial Destiny" workshop.
 The Education Day Co-Chairs:  Hadassah Co-Chairs Gilda Schwartz and Bobbi Handwerger, President of Cincinnati Chapter of Hadassah Tobe Snow, and Jewish Family Service Co-Chairs Linda Kean and Sandee Golden.
The Education Day Co-Chairs:  Hadassah Co-Chairs Gilda Schwartz and Bobbi Handwerger, President of Cincinnati Chapter of Hadassah Tobe Snow, and Jewish Family Service Co-Chairs Linda Kean and Sandee Golden.
 Program Speakers and Facilitators:  Lauren Scharf, Amy Greenbaum, Marion Corbin Mayer, Paula J. Gross, and Linda Kean.
Program Speakers and Facilitators:  Lauren Scharf, Amy Greenbaum, Marion Corbin Mayer, Paula J. Gross, and Linda Kean.  (Not in photo:  Glynnis Reinhart)
 Cincinnati Chapter President Tobe Snow awarded Hadassah certificates to the speakers and co-chairs.
Tobe Snow, President of Cincinnati Chapter of Hadassah, awarded Hadassah certificates to the speakers and co-chairs.
 Another table in the activity room.
 Lauren Scharf and Linda Kean led a group activity identifying the characteristics of each generational group.
After lunch, Lauren Scharf and Linda Kean led a group activity identifying the characteristics of each generational group.
 
 War Babies discussion group.
The "War Babies" generation gathered in one corner.
Tobe Snow read the answers to questions about the Baby Boomer generation.
Tobe Snow read the answers to questions about the Baby Boomer generation.
 Amy Greenbaum led a workshop on "Bridging Generations Through Technology".
Amy Greenbaum led a workshop on "Bridging Generations Through Technology". Her PowerPoint presentation illustrated how different generations use changing media and technologies to maintain social contacts.
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