Rebbetzin Dr. Adina Shmidman to Speak at Politz Day School, Cherry Hill
Topic: Tapping into Creative Waters, Wednesday, January 17; 8pm – 10pm
Cherry Hill, NJ, DEC 26, 2017 – Mikvah Ohel Leah of Cherry Hill, NJ presents Rebbetzin Dr. Adina Shmidman, Director, OU Department of Women’s Initiatives and Rebbetzin, Lower Merion Synagogue. The event will take place Wednesday, JANUARY 17 at 8 PM at The Politz Day School of Cherry Hill.
The topic, Tapping Into Creative Waters, will be presented by Rebbetzin Dr. Shmidman, who among many accomplishments created the joint OU-YU Rebbetzin Elaine Wolf a”h Rebbetzin to Rebbetzin mentoring program (named after her dear grandmother Rebbetzin Elaine Wolf a”h). The program offers one-on-one mentor – mentee teams to help address the many demands and pressures of life as a rebbetzin.
In addition to the formal program, kosher sushi and salads will be served up to enjoy by all who attend. There’s a suggested donation of $12, with sponsorships at $25, $36, $54, $108. RSVP: Deb.email@example.com by January 14.
This program was coordinated in conjunction with the Department of Synagogue & Community services and the Department of Women’s Initiatives of the Orthodox Union (OU).
About the Orthodox Union
Founded in 1898, the Orthodox Union, (OU), serves as the voice of American Orthodox Jewry, with over 1,000 congregations in its synagogue network. The OU is best known for its kosher supervision, which today is a multinational operation that certifies over 1 million products manufactured in 73 countries. As the umbrella organization for American Orthodox Jewry, the OU is at the forefront of advocacy work on both state and federal levels, outreach to teenagers and young professionals through NCSY and Taglit-Birthright/Israel Free Spirit, and Yachad, the National Council for Jewish Disabilities, among many other divisions and programs.