First of all, I want to thank everyone who joined us at Patricia’s baby shower. Everyone was so giving and made the shower special. We are now ready for my great-grandson Robert!
[Editor’s note: Robert Hyman Sharp arrived March 10, measuring 22 inches and weighing 8 1/2 pounds.]
I received a card, which was a surprise, from Student Rabbi Kylynn Perdue-Bronson, thanking me for inviting her to the shower, but it was our pleasure to have her.
When I first became Sisterhood president, we began meeting for lunch at area restaurants.
We conducted Sisterhood business during those luncheons, but even more importantly, we got to know each other as people.
I think those visits gave me time to get to know some very special ladies, including Student Rabbi Kylynn.
Foster families will benefit from your donations
The table for the Borrowed Hearts Foundation is set up, awaiting your contributions.
Local foster parents require a great amount of help. The children need a safe place to live — provided by those foster families — as well as clothing and personal items. That’s where we can help.
This is so little to ask and I know we have a congregation full of caring people, so let’s fill the tables for Borrowed Hearts.
Executive Director Sarah Gough will be with us at the April meeting to speak about the foundation and pick up the items we have for them.
Sisterhood to meet Tuesday, March 13
Sisterhood will meet March 13 in the Vestry Room at United Hebrew Congregaton. We’ll share a brown bag luncheon. I hope to see you there!
The weather sure has been crazy this winter, but not so bad as to keep us from remembering spring is on the way.
I would love to see all of you on Friday evenings at services. Yes, there are some Friday nights I just want to curl up in an afghan and stay home. But after services conclude, I am glad I went to Temple.
Patty Lewis is president of UHC Terre Haute Sisterhood.