We are the Sisters of Shalom
Working together for Sisterhood, Spirituality, and Social Good
Temple Shalom and Sisterhood take the health and well-being of our community, our family, and our friends very seriously. When attending an in-person event, vaccinations and masks are required. Click HERE for Temple Shalom’s COVID-19 informational page.
Please join us for some fun, sisterhood, and community.
Coffee Break Book Club
February 6th / 1:45pm / home of Jill Dunn* and via Zoom
* In case of bad weather or changing COVID conditions, the entire event will be moved to Zoom
All Brotherhood and Sisterhood members are invited to join the discussion, led by Deanna Kasten, of This Tender Land by William Kent Krueger. Set in 1930’s Minnesota during the Great Depression, this is the story of four boys at Lincoln School, a school where Native American children are forcibly sent to be educated, run away. This historical fiction story covers the journey of these four orphans as they travel into the unknown and cross paths with others who are adrift, from struggling farmers and traveling faith healers to displaced families and lost souls of all kinds.
Contact Staci to RSVP and get Jill’s address or the Zoom link at SM@SLGACORP.com.
The History of Jim Crow Laws in Dallas
Thursday, February 17th / 7pm/ via zoom
By the 1880s, the constitutional rights guaranteed to African Americans in the 13th, 14th, and 15th amendments had begun to be curtailed. Segregation or separate-but-equal status for African-Americans gradually became the norm. In 1891, Texas’ 22nd Legislature passed the most famous of the state’s segregation statutes. It became known as the Jim Crow law. Come listen as our fascinating and knowledgeable speaker, Alice Riggins Stevenson, tells us the history of the Jim Crow Laws and their implications still today.
RSVP to Robyn at firstname.lastname@example.org for the Zoom link.
Sole Sisters Continue Walking
Sunday /February 20, 2022 / 1:00-2:30 pm
Willow Bend Mall
Join our fun little group for some exercise and schmoozing. Meet on the 2nd Floor outside of Dillard’s entrance to the mall. Please wear a mask. RSVP to Toba Reifer, email@example.com.
ZZZOOM on over and join us for a Gourmet Lunch!
Friday / February 25 / 12 noon / via Zoom
A Demonstration on how to build a Beautiful Charcuterie Board will be given …. You don’t want to miss it!
HELP SAVE A LIFE!
Join Sisterhood for CPR training!
February 27 / 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm / Temple Shalom Learning Center
Come join us for a CPR Training and Certification Class conducted by SAVE A LIFE, a limited liability corporation started by Jay Abrams in 1997. The training will include Adult and Child CPR, AED training, and Choking training. This course is taught in accordance with the American Heart Association guidelines.
Please RSVP no later than February 13th to Brenda Butnick at firstname.lastname@example.org so we will know in advance the per person charge based on the # of participants at the following prices. ALL PAYMENTS WILL BE MADE IN ADVANCE OF THE CLASS:
15 or more participants – $35 per person
11-15 participants – $40 per person
0-10 participants – $50 per person
You must be fully vaccinated to attend … masks required.
Sisterhood’s YES Fund Fundraiser
Sunday / March 6, 2022 / 2:00-4:00 pm
Dallas Holocaust & Human Rights Museum
300 N. Houston St. Dallas, TX 75202
Cost: $18.00 (optional tours of the museum available for an additional $10 – museum members free) with all proceeds going to the WRJ YES Fund
Come join us on Sunday, March 6, 2022, for what will surely be an afternoon to remember! Meet us at the Dallas Holocaust and Human Rights Museum and hear one of the most amazing docents and storytellers, Kathy Garber, walk us through what the Dallas Holocaust and Human Rights Museum stands for. Also speaking will be Mary Pat Higgins, the President and CEO of the DHHRM.
Spring Event/Woman of Valor honoring our shining star, Ali Rhodes
Sunday, April 10, 2022
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