Beth Judea Sisterhood of Long Grove Elects New Officers

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Beth Judea Sisterhood of Long Grove Elects New Officers


* The Sisterhood of Congregation Beth Judea, Long Grove, recently elected the following officers and directors for the years 2011-2013:

Officers: Co-presidents,Debbi Green of Buffalo Grove and Mary Brickman of Mundelein; executive vice president,Bobbi Goldenberg of Arlington Heights; fundraising vice president,Laurie B. Davis of Deerfield;membership vice president,Sherry Krawitz of Buffalo Grove; programming vice president: Wendy Weinger of Buffalo Grove; education vice president,Elizabeth Laden-Gross of Vernon Hills; secretary, Melissa Chudnoff of Vernon Hills; treasurer,Davida Finkle of Buffalo Grove; Torah Fund vice president,Pam Herstein of Buffalo Grove; Parliamentarians,Lauri Rosenbloom of Arlington Heights and Rhonda Cohn of Buffalo Grove.

Directors are: Lori Finn, Phyllis Faber, Karen Nagel, Ann Lerman, Marcia Weissman, Sandy Leavitt, Diane Ganden, Darlene Bikshorn, Sherry Weinberger, Ellen Antman, Laura Zoller, Kenddra Rosen, Kitty Hoffman, Eileen Spiegel, Sandy Goldenberg, Sari London, Karen Bakst and Debra Shub.

Members-at-large: Linda Lippman, Heidi Sakol and Marni Rudick.

The Sisterhood offers religious, social, education and charitable programs for the women of Beth Judea.

* Benjamin Menich of Mount Prospect received a $1,500 scholarship toward his postsecondary education from the Fabricators & Manufacturers Association, Intl. Menich will attend Rose Hulman Institute of Technology and plans to major in mechanical engineering.

In addition to the monetary grant, Menich also received from industry partner SolidWorks Corporation a copy of its Student Design Kit CAD software package, aWindows-based 3-D CAD application that gives students the ability to create "real-life"3-D designs they can easily manipulate. …

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