Hadassah Super South spans 12 states divided into three regions: Hadassah Southeastern, Hadassah Southern, and Hadassah Southern Seaboard. Stretching from West Virginia to Louisiana, we are over 15,000 members strong with 46 chapters that cater to women of diverse backgrounds, ages, experiences and interests. Our devoted volunteer leaders work side-by-side in partnership with a team of experienced professionals to share skills and resources, working hard to ensure our events and activities are successful. We are proud of our connection to each other, to Israel and to the world. We invite you to join in!
Join Southern Seaboard on Zoom as we kick off Israel's 75th birthday with our Winter Region Meeting. Start the year, and the celebration, with the Installation of our 2023 Board. Hear from Hadassah's Zionist Scholar-in-Residence, Michelle Rojas-Tal
Join us on Zoom as we kick off Israel's 75th birthday with our Winter Region Meeting. Start the year, and the celebration, with the Installation of our 2023 Board. Hear from Hadassah's Zionist Scholar-in-Residence, Michelle Rojas-Tal.
Do you want to learn how to make homemade jam? Barbara Mintz will be teaching a small group how to make and can jam at her home. Each participant will get a chance to help in the cooking process and take a small jar home with them.
The Chattanooga Public Library is opening on a Sunday, JUST for our program! Special Guest: Alison Lebovitz, member of the Tennessee Holocaust Commission Coffee and discussion will follow This event is free, but registration is required
Dr. Rhonda Mandel presents the riveting story of 982 Jewish refugees who lived in barracks behind barbed wire fences in Oswego, NY, from August 1944 to February 1945. They were not living in freedom, but they were also not living in a prison.
Sunday, February 19, 2023 5:00 - 6:00 PM on Zoom Jenn Handel of the Jewish Federation of Greater Atlanta will discuss current American (Jewish and non-Jewish) attitudes toward the State of Israel.
Sonja DuBois will be presenting a program on her book Finding Schifrah: The Journey of a Dutch Child Holocaust Survivor and this is her true story. Her Jewish parents placed her into foster care in '42. She learned her Jewish history at age 60
This Purim, Hadassah Chattanooga will remember Susan Wolf-Schwartz z"l, an expert baker who conducted the hamantaschen demonstration last year. We will bake together, hear from Rabbi Keilah Lebell about the women of Purim, & speak to Steven Schwartz.