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Women’s Division

 Lunch & Learn with Professor Jacqueline Osherow

 Lunch & Learn has been led by the very energetic, thought provoking and inspirational, Professor Jacqueline Osherow on the discussion of Bible as Literature and how it relates to our contemporary lives. Jacqueline Osherow is a distinguished English professor at the University of Utah and a poet. We've been meeting in different homes and bring potluck dishes per the host's request. Typically, we send out an Evite before the event and ask to RSVP. Friends are Welcome!

 Please contact Ruth Davidson (ruthmdavidson@gmail.com) or our new co-chair Judith Meshorer-Lindsey (jmeshorer@aol.com) to RSVP, get food assignment and be added to the future emailing list.

The 2013-2014 series is generously underwritten for our community by Joan Alper, Linda Brownstein, Kathy Churilla, Ruth Davidson, Donna Gordon, Judi Gottesman, Nancy Greenberg, Rona Greenwald, Corree Grodnik, Barbara Gural-Steinmetz, Sheri Jaffa, Pam Kantrowitz, Carol Kotler, Irene Levine, Phyllis Maizlish, Judith Meshorer-Linsey, Nancy Rosenblum, Robin Schwarz, Diane Siegel, Shelly Silverman, and Beano Solomon.                                           

 

 

 

Next meetings:  Please read Deuteronomy chapters 23:3 - 25.

Wednesday, April 2, 2014 at the home of Sheri Jaffa, Park City

Future date: May 7th. If you are interested in hosting a meeting in your home, please let us know.

Cost: No cost...but a donation to the Women's Philanthropy of the Utah Federation is appreciated. To make a donation online go to www.shalomutah.org and click on "Donate now" at the right hand column.  Just let us know you want to be a sponsor so we can recognize your gift as such. Thank you!

Ruth Davidson & Judith meshorer-Linsey

For information and location please call Drora at doren@shalomutah.org or (801) 581-0102.

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  How It All Began
Jody Gross met Ruth Davidson in August 2008 at a concert at Deer Valley. They realized that they were going to Israel on the same United Jewish Communities General Assembly trip in November.

Realizing that there are many women who might be interested, Jody and Ruth saw a very exciting opportunity to create a venue for Jewish women to network and connect with each other through educational, community service and tzedakah through United Jewish Federation.
Twenty Five women attended the first meeting at the home of Sheri and Richard Jaffa, on January 29, 2009.
Rabbi Brad Hirschfield, President of the Jewish Center for Learning and Leadership, stressed the importance of women to meet together when he presented his topic of “Jewish Women – Breaking Boundaries,” giving examples of Jewish women who created better realities for humanity and the Jewish faith. 

Together with the energetic thought provoking and inspirational professor Jacqueline Osherow, on April 22, 2009, the Jewish Federation Women’s Division gathered for a Lunch and Learn to celebrate Earth Day and the role of women in the first chapter of the Bible at the home of Jody Gross.