Sisterhood solicits donations to help parents of newborns at Union Hospital

By Patty Lewis

Temple Sisterhood is back meeting the second Tuesday of the month to socialize and plan projects in support of our congregation and community.

Most recently, we dined at the new Lucia’s Taqueria at Brown and Wabash avenues and Grand Traverse Pie Company, just south of the ISU campus.

We enjoyed both venues, had a good turnout of members and discussed activities for the year ahead. Last year, we collected items for Vigo County CASA (Court-Appointed Special Advocates).

The first community project we’re working on for 2023 is to provide support for newborns at Union Hospital.

Religious school remains a priority

Some new parents struggle with resources. We’d like to make it easier on them by donating diapers, blankets and other necessary supplies.

Please call Norma before noon weekdays at the Temple to coordinate your donations. Or get in touch with us via our contact page. We’ll accept donations at least through February and will deliver the supplies during March to Union Hospital.

Sisterhood is fortunate to be in position to help keep religious school open for our children. Karen is doing a great job with the school, and I’m hoping my great-grandson will be able to start religious school next year. He’s about to turn 5!

Patty Lewis is Sisterhood president at UHC Terre Haute.

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