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Upcoming L.E.A. Chapter Events For more information, locations and contact information, send an email to: lea@hadassah.org


Welcome to the L.E.A. Chapter of Hadassah Website where you can find information about our upcoming events and chapter activities.  We welcome your impressions and questions about our chapter and look forward to seeing you at an upcoming event. Our board meetings are open to the entire membership.  Come for a cup of coffee, the latest information about Hadassah, and most of all for friendship, networking and a enjoyable morning with women who choose to make an impact in their lives, their community, and the world.

 We communicate to our members through a monthly e-blast and post the events and activities here as well as Chapter Events and Activities pages. For more information, including addresses to private homes and to connect with Event Coordinators, please email lea@hadassah.org and your request will be forwarded to the appropriate person for reply. 

 The next L.E.A. Board meeting will be on Wednesday, April 2, 9:30, at the home of Della Levy. All members are welcome to attend. Please attend to meet the Board, enjoy light refreshments, and let us know how you would like to become involved or just to see what is being planned for this upcoming year.

L.E.A. Hadassah Announces 2 New Groups   

 Susan Greenwald and Renee Reaven are coordinating this effort and we are thrilled with the interest these groups have generated.  Here's the latest news:  Please continue to send Susan and Renee names of women who might be interested in this exciting group!

The evening group will meet the 2nd Tuesday of the month at 7:30 pm unless it conflicts with a holiday, so these are the upcoming dates for your meetings:
  
 
April 8  TBA
 
May 13: Speaker: Sue Krems is registered dietitian, and has a Masters Degree in Nutrition from C.S.U. 
She will try to address general questions during the meeting.
 
The group will not have a formal meeting in June or July, but may decide to have an alternate type of program/event during the summer.
 
Aug 12 ...TBA
 
 
YOUNG WOMENS GROUP....DAYTIME
It doesn't matter if you've chosen the daytime or night time young women's group, you are welcome to attend the meetings in eight group as your schedule allows. Please hold the following dates for the Wednesday morning group meetings:
 
 Apr 9  Roni Ogin will present a report from the Desert Mountain Region, "Why Hadassah, why me"
 May 7 Speakers: Sue Gerson and Shayna Alexander on What the ADL Does and Current Events.

If you can host a meeting or have suggestions for speakers or programs, please let me know. (lea@hadassah.org  Att; Susan Greenwald). Please continue to send names of young women who would be interested in joining our groups.
 

 Study Group (contact Cyrel Phillips) Many of you have expressed that you would like to continue to study with Torah Study group.    We are changing the time to 4 pm on the Sunday that we are scheduled to meet. We sincerely hope that this time change will make Torah Study more accessible to many more of you.

We will meet at 4pm:    
Sunday April 6th -- Sandy Goldman
Sunday, May 4th--Thelma Hutt
Sunday, June 1st--hostess needed

If the time change does not work for our scheduled hostesses, please let Cyrel Phillips know.

Daytime Book Group (contact Barbara Pinhas)

Tuesday, April 29th,  we will be discussing the Storyteller by Picoult  and Judy Sussman will be hosting.

 
Tuesday ,May 27th, we will be discussing The Devil in the Red City by Erik Larson and Ileane Kopelson will be hosting.
 
Tuesday, June 24th, we will be discussing And the Mountains Echoed by Khaled  Hosseini and Marilyn Kiner will be hosting.
 
Tuesday, July 29th, we will be discussing The Round House by Louise Erdrich and Diane Marks will be hosting.
 
All meetings will be at 10:00 A.M.

 

 Evening Book Group (contact Shira Reiss)
Wednesday, March 12th, 7:00 p.m., home of Shira Reiss, Somewhere in Germany: An Autobiographical Novel by Stefanie Zweig
 
HADASSAH IN THE COMMUNITY
 
 
RSVP NOW:  Wednesday, March 26
DEBUNKING THE MYTHS:  THE FACTS ABOUT GOOD NUTRITION 
Shalom Cares Social Hall, 14800 E. Belleview Ave, 10:30-Noon:  Join us and our guest speaker, Nutritionist Doug McCaw as we explore the fads, myths and facts of good nutrition.  Watch for your invitation in the mail during the first week in March and reserve your space for a healthful brunch and interactive talk.  For more information contact Lynn Rubenstein, lea@hadassah.org  Click here to view the invitation.
   
Save the Date: Sunday, March 30
Community-Wide Women’s Rosh Hodesh: A Spiritual Tune-up.. Place: Temple Emanuel. Time 2:30-6:30  Date: March 30.  Includes Keynote speaker, Ellyn Hutt, and kosher diner by Cohen’s Cuisine.  Cost $36, under 19, $20.  Watch for RSVP information. Click on the flyer for more information  
 

You Only Live Once… Jewish Wisdom on Aging Well

A Conference & Resource Day for seniors, their families, community members, and professionals

A collaborative effort of Allied Jewish Apartments, Shalom Cares, Jewish Family Service of Colorado and JEWISHcolorado
Date: Sunday, April 6, 2014 (approximately 9:30am-3:30pm)
Location: Robert E. Loup Denver JCC, 350 S. Dahlia Street, Denver
Who: Seniors and family members of seniors, general community members and industry professionals
No cost to attend! RSVPs required by March 24th – Space is Limited

More information at www.YouOnlyLiveOnceDenver.org

Questions? Contact Samantha Raizen Walsh, Conference Coordinator – swalsh@ajsh.org or 720-382-7805

 
Save the Date: Thursday, April 24:  L.E.A.'s Spring Luncheon

Dust off your spring suits, flirty dresses and fancy shoes and make plans to attend a delightful luncheon at Lucy,, a unique party space and restaurant above Comedy Works. We're planning a fun filled luncheon with a great program featuring author Dick Kreck.  Watch your mail, email and this website for more info.  Want to help?  Contact Bonnie Chelwick or Sherri Weinstein at lea@hadassah.org to lend a hand.  View the invitation here.

Save the Date: May 4-5

Marcie Natan, National President of Hadassah will be in Denver. We are planning opportunities for all members to meet with Marcie.  The community is invited to meet Marcie from 1-2:30 pm at Temple Sinai. Watch your email and this page for news and updates. Click here for the invitation

 

Save the date for

JEWISH NATIONAL FUND'S
ANNUAL BREAKFAST

Tuesday, May 13, 20147:45 am

Hebrew Educational Alliance

3600 S. Ivanhoe Street • Denver, CO 80237

No Cost to Attend - Dietary Laws Observed

Breakfast Chair: Paul Gillis

For more information or to RSVP, contact Kaci Garrison at kgarrison@jnf.org or 303.573.7095 x967.

 

 

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BECOME A MEMBER OF OUR NEW CHAI SOCIETY!

Hadassah has introduced a new Chai Society annual giving level of $180 (L.E.A.'s current level of $360 is now designated as Silver Chai Society). If you would like to make a generous contribution to Hadassah on an annual basis, as long as you are able, it is very easy to do.  Just on online to Hadassah.org, click on "donations", then click on "annual giving." You may then choose the level that you are comfortable with and provide a credit card to give annually or monthly.  For only $15/month, the equivalent of one lunch out with a friend, you can be an annual Chai Society donor to this amazing organization.  Be sure to get your Hadassah #, look at your recent magazine, or just put "L.E.A" Chapter in that space.

 

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