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Our Upcoming Events

Hadassah National is holding the following two zoom events this month:

YOM HASHOAH 2024 May 6, 1pm ET
"One Woman Remembers, the remarkable story of
Holocaust survivor Toby Levy.  
Click Here to Register

Workshop:  Let's Talk Advocacy, May 9, 7pm ET
An interactive conversation about Hadassah's Advocacy Tools that members can use in their communiites.  
Click Here to Register


Get Ready for Celebrate the Tatas 2024!

Painting Days - August 19 and 20 - Temple Beth El
The Reveal - November 16th - Temple Beth El

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Our Honey Sale Starts in June

Help support Hadassah Charlotte by sending a sweet gift to your friends and family to celebrate the new year.

Check back in June for more information!

Save the Date!

November 8-10 - Super South Tri-Regional Conference in Nashville, TN!

Questions? Contact or call 980-553-1880

Recurring Events

Our Upcoming
Recurring Events

Wine & Schmooze

at Vintner Wine Market

May 7, 7:00PM

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Short Story Discussions with Hadassah Friends
May 10, 11:45am - Location TBD


Please join us on the second Friday of each month at 11:45AM for a friendly discussion of a selected story from the book Frankly Feminist.

Spring is in the air. Weather permitting, we will meet outdoors. A decision will be
made two days before. The information will be emailed to those that contact
Amalia at

On Friday May 10th at 11:45 we will discuss the story Unveiling on page 54.

The book will be available in the Levin-Sklut library in 2024, but, Amazon and other  bookstores have it in a print format. The stories create a powerful portrait of Jewish women's experiences.

This book represents the best Jewish feminist fiction published
in Lilith magazine since 1976. All stories are written by Jewish women from around the globe from all levels of religiosity. You will enjoy it!

Newcomers are welcome even if they have not read the story.

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Tuesday, May 28 7:00pm

Don’t Forget to Write by Sara Goodman Confino

When Marilyn Kleinman is caught making out with the rabbi’s son in front of the whole congregation, her parents ship her off to her great-aunt Ada for the summer. If anyone can save their daughter’s reputation, it’s Philadelphia’s strict premier matchmaker. Either that or Marilyn can kiss college goodbye.


To Marilyn’s surprise, Ada’s not the humorless septuagenarian her mother described. Not with that platinum-blonde hair, Hermès scarf, and Cadillac convertible. She’s sharp, straight-talking, takes her job very seriously, and abides by her own rules…mostly. As the summer unfolds, Ada and Marilyn head for the Jersey shore, where Marilyn helps Ada scope out eligible matches—for anyone but Marilyn, that is. Because if there’s one thing Marilyn’s learned from Ada, it’s that she doesn’t have to settle.


With the school year quickly approaching and her father threatening to disinherit her, Marilyn must make her choice for her future: return to the comfortable life she knows, or embrace a risky, unknown path on her own.

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Hadassah’s BookTalk book club meets on the 4th Tuesday of each month at 7pm. Join us on Zoom and share your opinions about the month’s book. If you would like to attend or have questions, contact Karen or Aileen.


Here are our book choices for the next few meetings:

June 25 - Hotel Cuba by Aaron Hamburger

July 23 - The Third Daughter by Talia Carner

August 27 - Unraveling by Peggy Orenstein

Happy reading!

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Hadassah in the Charlotte Jewish News

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About 14 years ago, some Hadassah ladies were looking for good ideas for a membership activity. They came up with making frozen prepared meals  for JFS clients. We are still making those meals today. Each pantry day, food is collected from members and assembled into meals. 120-150 meals are made a month. Special holiday meals are prepared for Rosh Hashanah, Hanukkah, Passover and Thanksgiving. The clients are so appreciative. This provides a very unique opportunity for JFS to give their clients a complete meals. 

If you would like to get involved in this mitzvah, you can help in many ways. Prepare food, donate supplies (sandwich and gallon sized bags, meal containers, gift cards to grocery stores, money donations, etc.


We thank Elyssa Vining for her unwavering dedication to managing and coordinating this mitzvah.  We now welcome June Hirschmann as our new coordinator for 2024. Please email June Hirschmann for further information.

Hadassah Southern Seaboard


Check out the Southern Seaboard website to see all the great programs sponsored regionally.

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