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A Jewish mother of two named Shira is a member of Shir Shalom Temple who is working with Rabbi’s wife, Ashira, to form a local chapter of the Sisterhood of Salaam Shalom (SOSS). Click here for more details.
They are recruiting committed Muslim and Jewish women to join them. It’s an organization that is based on a simple principle-it is real easy to hate someone you do not know and almost impossible to hate someone you care about. Through participation in the SOSS, you will build friendships between Muslim and Jewish women, learn how to be an advocate of interfaith-based issues, participate in community building activity and engage in dialogue and compassionate listening. The ultimate mission is to combat anti-Muslim and anti-Jewish sentiment together.
Please let them or us know if you or anyone you know may be interested in joining.
For anyone interested in Ride for Roswell,
You are invited to All Ride leaders Meeting on Wednesday, January 25th from 5:30-7pm at RPCI – Research Studies Center – Gaylord Cary Conference Room – Carlton Street – Ramp parking validated or park on the street off hours. Light snacks and beverages are provided.
FOCUS: Meet with key staff and volunteer leaders from all committees & task forces to roll out The Ride For Roswell.
Network with leaders from Campus, RPCI, Routes, Volunteers, Celebration of Hope, EMC, Stewardship.
Feel free to contact Thomas.Johnston@RoswellPark.org or Dawn Hu, Ride Volunteer Coordinator, copied on this email - Dawn.Hu@RoswellPark.org.
Please feel free to contact them in advance if you have specific ideas or cannot attend January 25th meeting.
Volunteers needed to join our committee & help our diverse community. We will have meetings with delicious food and provide great service for our community. Email email@example.com if you're interested.
Sponsors needed for our organization to grow and help our community. Click here to donate! If you have any questions or concerns, please contact us at 716-923-4386.
We are still collecting winter clothes/boots/blankets by end of January for the Homeless. Click here for more details.