2017-08-02 / Federation

Fun and educational day at the shore


Enjoying the event were (front, from left), Barbara Pick; Joan Feinberg, Lion of Judah co-chair; Sydria Schaffer, event hostess; Lori Goldstein, Lion of Judah co-chair; and (rear, from left), Marcy Sanders; Donna Bell; Gail Shapiro; Vicki Zell; Bonnie Gold; Judy Franken; Cindy Yellin; Judy Wizmur; Janice Apple; and Martha Karasick, Federation director of philanthropy. Enjoying the event were (front, from left), Barbara Pick; Joan Feinberg, Lion of Judah co-chair; Sydria Schaffer, event hostess; Lori Goldstein, Lion of Judah co-chair; and (rear, from left), Marcy Sanders; Donna Bell; Gail Shapiro; Vicki Zell; Bonnie Gold; Judy Franken; Cindy Yellin; Judy Wizmur; Janice Apple; and Martha Karasick, Federation director of philanthropy. Thirty-five women participated in a Lions of Judah Summer Get-Together at the Shore that took place July 21 at the shore home of Sydria Schaffer. The event was co-sponsored by the Lions of the Jewish Federation of Southern New Jersey and the Jewish Federation of Atlantic and Cape May Counties, and The Jewish Community Foundation, Inc. Glenmede Investment and Wealth Management sponsored the program, during which keynote speaker Barbara Greenspan Shaiman led a discussion on how to live your legacy and find your passion. Lions of Judah is an international sisterhood of thousands of women who demonstrate their dedication to the Jewish community by contributing their time and resources and by making a minimum annual commitment to the JFund Campaign of $5,000. For more information about becoming a Lion of Judah, contact Martha Karasick at 751-9500, ext. 1291 or mkarasick@jfedsnj.org.



Mike Schiff, representing event sponsor Glenmede Investment and Wealth Management, with Joan Feinberg, Lion of Judah co-chair (center); and Sydria Schaffer, event hostess. Mike Schiff, representing event sponsor Glenmede Investment and Wealth Management, with Joan Feinberg, Lion of Judah co-chair (center); and Sydria Schaffer, event hostess.

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