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A Message from Our President
Gratitude is the overwhelming feeling I have as I write this last message as Greater Atlanta Hadassah president. I am so very grateful for having been given the opportunity to learn and grow through my associations with my Hadassah mentors and leaders in all of our Greater Atlanta Hadassah groups. Through Hadassah Magazine, our local and national websites, Facebook pages and emails, I have continued to be enlightened to what Hadassah is doing worldwide, and how we all make a difference in the U.S., in Israel and around the globe. I am thankful for all of our members who give of their precious time and resources to contribute to Hadassah. I so appreciate the opportunities I was given to represent Greater Atlanta Hadassah at conventions and meetings around our region and around our country, with special gratitude for attending the Centennial Celebration in Jerusalem.
I am especially grateful for those leaders who served on the chapter and group boards, most of all the group presidents who have dedicated so much to Hadassah. To Paula Zucker, incoming president, and all those who have stepped up or are continuing as leaders for the coming year, I truly admire your willingness to carry on the important work of Hadassah. Thank you so much. I look forward to continuing to serve Hadassah in more of a mentoring capacity and working with Paula and her new board.
A big special thank you goes out to Judy Serkin who is planning to retire in the first quarter of 2015. Judy, you were my rock and kept me centered throughout my term. It was always a pleasure to work with you and you taught me so much. You will be missed as our director, but I look forward to seeing you continue as an active volunteer. I don’t believe either you or I are truly retiring from working for the benefit of Hadassah!
Best wishes to all and much thanks.
November 2014 President's Message