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News & Views

Hadassah Santa Fe Chapter

Volume 52, Number 127

Winter 2013-14

THE BOARD’S MESSAGE Santa Fe Chapter of Hadassah Officers and Committee Chairs January 1, – December 31, 2014 Officers: Presidium

Susan Feiner 471.1703 Reggie Klein 438.8150 Sandra Levine 466.4041

Vice President/Membership

Sandra Levine 466.4041

VP Education/Historian

Marsha Reindorf 466.3831

VP Fundraising/CHAI

Valerie Frost 474. 9244

Vice Presidents/Programming

Joan Less 954.1030 Ruth Wallack 986.0322


Lisa Sinoff 424.8781

Recording Secretary

Patricia Zisman 466.2968

Corresponding Secretary Carol Pava


Committee Chairs: Advertising/ Friends

Rose Daneman 983.5261 Patricia Zisman 466.2968

Tributes/Certificates/Trees/Cards Barbara Miller 471.3105


Marcia Torobin 216.0672


Sheila Gershen 988.3143 Patricia Zisman 466.2968

Mitzvah Project

Kate Shane 466.6089


Carol Toobin 995.1088


Jane E. Siskin 988.5671

Bulletin Editor

Marcelle Cady 231.5874

Bulletin Design

Paula Eastwood 989.7675

A New Year in Hadassah Dear Chapter Members, The unusually early Hanukkah this year made for the first day of the Festival of Lights and Thanksgiving occurring on the same date. We hope your candles burned brightly, your latkes were yummy and were served with the cranberry sauce which accompanied the turkey. We were here for a rare convergence of the two and will surely not be present when it occurs again in the year 79,811. Our chapter has much to celebrate. Under the leadership of Carol Toobin and Valerie Frost, and with an outstanding Board, it has been a great year. A very generous membership has enabled us to meet the highest quota our chapter has ever been assigned. Programming has been outstanding. Three programs come to mind: From Darkness to Light, the music of Kurt Weill, sung by Robert Sinn, piano accompaniment by David Geist. Thank you Linda Krull for your underwriting and Sheila Gershen for your arranging for this sold out program. Our Membership Tea at the home of Joan and Jeff Less was another well attended event and the Annual Luncheon at La Posada was fabulous. Kudos to Lisa and Joan. Mah Jongg lunches also helped raise money. Carol Toobin, please promise to keep the cookies and rugelach coming. Every additional program has been special with interesting speakers.

So, our calendar year comes to a close and we begin to plan for 2014. The chapter will be headed by a presidium, Reggie Klein, Sandra Levine and Susan Feiner. We will meet often to make sure we are on top of things and will likely take turns conducting meetings or writing for the news letter. We will stay in touch with our DMR region and try to attend conferences. Lisa Sinoff and I are already planning to attend the winter conference in Tucson in mid December. Our board is outstanding and we look forward to a successful year. Please plan to attend our events and to support our chapter financially. Hadassah and Israel need us all. Have a wonderful new year and may 2014 bring us good health and a more enlightened and peaceful world.

Congratulations… to Cathy Olswing, incoming President of Desert Mountain Region, and to our new Chapter Advisor, Ellen Burke. Our Chapter looks forward to working with both of you. Thank you Fredi Brown, Outgoing President, for your valuable service to our region.

Happy New Year, 2014!

hadassah santa fe upcoming events

SUNDAY BRUNCH and INSTALLATION OF OFFICERS FOR 2014 Sunday, December 22, 2013 11:00 am, $20 at the home of Ruth Wallach 4 Toro Lane, Santa Fe 87508

Click here for map Special guest, member Patricia Shapiro will talk about her new book The Privilege of Aging. Patricia Shapiro, M.S.W., is an award-winning author who has written or co-authored nine nonfiction books. She specializes in writing and speaking on the issues of women at mid-life and older. Reservations can be made by contacting Patricia Zisman or 505-466-2968

WATCH FOR OUR E-MAIL BLASTS for upcoming events in 2014.

Book Club We meet on last Tuesday of every month, except December, in the library of Temple Beth Shalom at 9:45 am. Everyone is invited. Come join us!


January 28:

Wolf Hall by Hillary Mantel

February 25:

The Messenger of Athens by Anne Zouroudi

2014 Mitzvah Project We thank you for your past support of this Mitzvah project. The children, whose mothers are in counseling, are so appreciative. We plan to continue our support of Esperanza in 2014. We need your help to raise money for another piece of playground equipment. Please make checks out to “Esperanza Battered Woman’s Shelter” and send to: KATE SHANE 270 Apache Ridge Road Santa Fe, NM 87505 A great big hug to you all for your generosity.

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Centennial Membership Campaign

Friends Of Hadassah Rose Daneman Halley Faust Zoe Gayl Rita Grant Regina Klein Kovnat Family Martha Liebman Joyce & Gerald Levine Julia & Albert Nathanson Maridell Nochumson Esther Rapoport Marsha & Paul Reindorf Haskell Sheinberg Esther & Michael Sutin Margo Taylor Carol Toobin

There are only a few days left to take advantage of the 2013 LIFE Membership fee at $212. Encourage a friend to join us! Give a gift of Life Membership! The 2013 Membership Campaign will maintain the Life Membership fee at $212. Encourage a friend to join us! Annual membership is $36.

Help Hadassah with a Tax-Smart Gift from Your IRA Today Through December 31, 2013, if you are 70½ or older, federal law allows you to make a direct transfer of up to $100,000 from your IRA to a qualified charity such as Hadassah without recognizing those funds as income for federal tax purposes. The IRA charitable rollover is only available until the end of 2013, so act now!

Fundraising Report from 2013 • • •

Total funds raised by us or gifted to us $28,5942. Based on net money raised, our most successful fundraising events were: Feng Shui in May $ 738.00 Kurt Weill  in June   $ 2,000.00 Mah Jongg in June     $ 830.00 Annual Luncheon     $ 2,391.00 We had 10 members (includes Associates) whose contributions, including Chai, exceeded $400 • We had 16 members who contributed between $100 and $400. • We have 234 adult members.

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f you like to cook or bake, have some ideas for programs or be willing to help organize an event, could manage our web site, take a chairmanship or an office, (just to name a few things), we certainly could use your help. We have lots of opportunities for you to become involved in Hadassah. We have a wonderful time together and it’s a great way to make new friends. Let us know what you are interested in doing. Please contact Carol Toobin (, 817-422-1250) or anyone on the board if you have some time to volunteer. Hadassah has a membership insurance program that includes a wide array of insurance products (e.g. Long Term Care, Home and Auto Insurance), many of which you would not otherwise have access to at such a reduced group rate. Selman & Company (877-735-6262) is the exclusive marketer and administrator of the Hadassah Members’ Insurance Program. 3

tributes & Support

Chai Society Chai is our major fund raiser each year. Chai membership is $30 a month or $360 for a year. It can be paid in installments or in a lump sum. We have been able to meet our yearly commitments to Hadassah plus additional funds for the hospital, Young Judea Camps, and Hadassah College. We encourage every one to consider this level of donation for our Chapter. Silver Chai Donors: Susan Berk Fran Berlin Ruth Anne Faust Valerie Frost Dorothy Hoffman Phyllis Kapp Reggie Klein Linda Krull

Barbara LaMont Sandy Levine Sally Lowen Marlene Maslow Carol Pava Esther Rapoport Nora Segal Esther Sutin Marcia Torobin

Please contact Valerie Frost at 474-9244 for information. Mail checks to: Valerie Frost 127 Camino Escondido Santa Fe, NM 87501.

Keepers of the Gate Keepers of the Gate is Hadassah’s first National annual giving society, and ensures millions of dollars to support the day-to-day needs of Hadassah’s vital projects and programs, saving and sustaining lives around the world, and connecting young people to Israel and to their Jewish heritage. Keeper of the Gate, you may direct your annual gift to the project of your choice, or direct

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eautifully designed Hadassah greeting cards are always available at $2 each. In addition to greeting cards for every occasion, beautifully designed certificates are available for specific contribution amounts. Among the most popular is a “tree” certificate for $18, indicating that a tree has been planted in honor or memory of a loved one. To find out more about Hadassah cards and certificates, contact Sandra Levine at 505.466.4041 or

Bravo, Nora!


anta Fe Chapter of Hadassah wants to thank our long-time member Nora Segal for her recent $10,000 contribution.  This contribution is slated to benefit Youth Aliyah-Children at Risk.  Nora has been a strong supporter of Hadassah and Jewish causes for many years.   Since she arrived in Santa Fe over 30 years ago, she has actively supported the growing Jewish community.  In recent years her generosity made possible the outdoor lighting at Congregation Beit Tikva,  and she underwrote the cost of the ark there also.  A recent large donation there will also be commemorated in the naming of a soon-to-be constructed office for the rabbi in their new addition.  For those who do not know Nora, she made an art form of careful and creative shopping that benefited friends and family for many years.  She is one of our stalwart supporters.  Thank you, Nora!



From Rose Daneman In memory of Hershel Danemann From Donna and Dan Keslin In memory of Irene Silverberg


Fall Program in Review FALL—our favorite time of year and a great time for

Barb LaMont, Joan Less, Sandy Levine, Martha Liebman, Lisa Sinoff, Carol Toobin, and Marcia Torobin. Our getting together. raffle items were donated by the Santa Fe Opera, Santa Fe On Sunday September 22, old and new members were ProMusica, the Lensic, Santa Fe Jewish Film Festival, La invited to the home of Joan Less for an afternoon tea. Posada, Lisa Sinoff, Barb Bloomberg, Judy Tully, Barbara Food was provided by Joan Less, Ruth Wallach, Reggie Klein, Sandy Levine and Carol Toobin. Valerie Frost talked Weber Yoffee, Jacqueline’s Place, Teena Robinson and Phyliss Kapp. Thanks to Valerie Frost, Reggie Klein, Joan about some lesser known Hadassah’s projects. Thanks to Less, Lisa Sinoff, Carol Toobin, Marcia Torobin, and membership co-chairmen Joan and Ruth for organizing Patricia Zisman who solicited the raffle itåems. Also thanks this lovely event and welcome to our new members. to Barb LaMont and Sheila Gershen for helping with Our annual luncheon and raffle was Sunday November check-in. You all contributed in making the luncheon so 3 at La Posada. Luncheon co-chairs Joan Less and Lisa successful. Sinoff planned a beautiful lunch. Over 50 women (and Hadassah was one of the sponsors for the SFJFF Cinema a few men) enjoyed a delicious Mexican buffet. Our new Cafe coffee at the home of Marcia Torobin on November slate of officers was presented by Sandy Levine. Valerie Frost announced that Nora Segal gave a large contribution 20th. Eyal Shechter, Israeli actor in the movie “The Matchmaker” and musician was the special guest. “The to our chapter earmarked for Youth Aliyah-Children at Risk. Our speaker Sara Eyestone, art curator of La Posada, Matchmaker” was part of the first Israeli Film Festival in talked about the history of La Posada and the Staub family, Santa Fe. We want to see everyone at our Sunday brunch and followed by a tour of the hotel’s art works. Our luncheon sponsors were Valerie Frost, Reggie Klein, Installation of Officers on December 22. Hopefully NO SNOW this year.

Mel Brooks and Joe Papp in the Wings This December, the Santa Fe Jewish Film Festival is starting a new Christmas Day tradition: Flix & Chopstix. This year features a double header of two Mel Brooks classics, followed by Chinese food catered by Yummy’s, all at CCA! The fun begins on Wednesday, December 25 at 2:00 pm with the double feature and dinner after the second film. In January, New York comes to Santa Fe with Joe Papp in Five Acts. Described as “an admiring portrait about a transformative figure” by the Hollywood Reporter, this Tribeca Film Festival favorite shines a light on one of the most important figures in contemporary theater. An optional lox & bagel brunch precedes the screening, and there will be copies of the Sunday New York Times crossword puzzle to make this

the quintessential New York event! Joe Papp screens at noon, Sunday, January 19th at CCA. For more information and tickets, visit or call 505.216.0672. Both events are expected to sell out.

Congregation Beit Tikva is sponsoring an eleven day tour of Israel. Travel to the land of Israel in May 2014 with Rabbi Martin Levy, guide Yossi Dagan, and a host of Santa Feans. Congregation Beit Tikva is sponsoring an eleven day tour of Israel, including all the wondrous sites of Jerusalem, Tel Aviv, Haifa, Safed, and the Galilee. We leave on May 20th and return on June. 2nd.  The complete land package is $3,200. per person, which includes seven nights in Jerusalem, accomodations at five star hotels, and nine dinners. The air travel is an additional charge, subject to one’s departure city. For more information, please call Joan or Jeffrey Less, at 505 954 1030. 5


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adassah has long been involved with youth oriented projects. Because of the push in recent years to finish the new hospital tower, these projects have not received much publicity here in Santa Fe. The following are outstanding facilities that we have supported for many years. In 1923 the Meir Shfeya Youth Village was founded in the Carmel Mountains near Zichron Yaakov. It was a project of Junior Hadassah until 1956, when responsibility for it was transferred to our national organization. From the beginning it was involved with the absorption and education of new immigrants, as well as trying to provide services to Israeli youth requiring special services. They have 300 residential students and another 250 day students. The facilities include a junior and a senior high school, a library, computer labs, dorms, a dining room, a gymnasium, a synagogue, staff housing, a dairy, a chicken farm, a greenhouse, an organic, experimental farm, vineyards and orchards. They have sports facilities, a modern performing arts center that holds 500 people, an amphitheater, and a music center. They are home to the Shfeya Mandolin Orchestra and host numerous local and national musical and cultural activities. It has an artscenter reputation in the lower Galilee. In 2002 they opened a special program for outstanding students in nearby communities in physics, biology, and math. They also participate in a project for underachieving students in grades 9-12 that provides enrichment designed to help them pursue higher education. In recent years they have taken on more English-speaking students,

helping them to acquire Hebrew language skills and keep up in their Hebrew-language subject area classes. They now constitute 10-20% of the student body. In 2005 their winery began operation and produced its first run of 5,000 bottles of premium wine in 2007. It’s run by a staff of 11th and 12th graders under the supervision of the agricultural director and a local wine maker. This wine is now for sale in the duty free shop at Ben Gurion Airport. In 2001 Shfeya received the prestigious “President’s Award for Excellence in Education” from President Ezer Weitzman. Hadassah Neurim Youth Village This facility is co-owned with the Jewish Agency. It has 400 students, evenly split between boarding students and day students. It was established in 1948 to serve pupils evacuated from the Ben Shemen agricultural village during the War of Independence. Some of the recently incorporated projects include therapeutic horse-back riding for the physically disabled, a soccer program sponsored by Maccabi Netanya, and an Olympic-sized track designed especially for the talented youngsters from Ethiopia. Neurim is often the school of last resort for students who have failed to succeed in other schools. By the time a student is admitted here they may have been through 3 or 4 other schools, have low self-esteem, have a history of poor scholastic achievement, and may suffer from learning disabilities. They offer a wide range of tracks, from vocational to academic, and have social workers

and counselors along with teachers on staff. They have a support center where students are taught in small groups and individual learning needs are addressed. The school provides strategies for helping to mainstream the students. Computers are a big part of the process. The student athletes from Neurim are among the top performers on the international circuit and have participated at the Olympics level. You can find a 5-minute video on the internet about this village. Ramat Hadassah Szold Youth Aliyah Village This village is located near Haifa, outside of Kiryat Tivon. They have over 300 pupils aged 12-18. About half are Israeli-born, the other immigrants, mostly from the former Soviet Union and Ethiopia. The school was originally founded by Henrietta Szold in 1949 to serve as a home for young holocaust survivors. Many of their students had troubles elsewhere, so in addition to regular classroom work they get tutoring in small groups. Formal teaching is also supplemented by a range of extracurricular activities designed to build self-confidence. These include arts and crafts, work on the animal farm, and again, a highly popular therapeutic horseback riding program run by a certified veterinarian and attended weekly by 60-70 students. They also have a cinema program, and are creating both actors and filmmakers. They emphasize education for values, with special volunteer programs and a pre-army preparatory program. Not everyone is ready to go to continued on page 8 7

Hadassah Aliyah Children at risk continued from page 7 a 4-year institution like Hebrew University or Ben Gurion University. Some people need extra preparatory help. So we sponsor the Hadassah Academic College, which is the only accredited academic institution in downtown Jerusalem. It was started in 1970. It has special programs to help bridge the gap for students who do not have all the necessary requirements for major universities. They also work with older students to help develop research and critical thinking skills in preparation for future academic work. There is a real emphasis on providing skills that allow the students to get professional jobs after graduation. 90% of the graduates land a job in their field within 6 months after graduation. About half of the students are the first in their family to achieve higher education. The major academic programs they offer

are computer science, industrial design and communication, management, and health and life sciences. They have 4 community outreach clinics as well. These are eye, audiology, speech and aphasia clinics. In 2014 they are going to initiate an English-language summer program of study. Each course will be worth 3 credit hours, and they will work to ensure the smooth transfer of the credits to the home university. Course offerings include: politics and communications, environment and ecology, hospitality, and photography. Detailed information about that is coming on-line in September, 2013. There is a nice video on the college on the Hadassah web page showing

By the time you read this, Chanukah will be over but Barbara Sofer’s most recent Jerusalem Newsletter is very moving. Extracted from The Jerusalem Newsletter (Nov 27) - 5773, Hanukkah, 25 Kislev, Thanksgiving


ow fitting it is that Hanukkah and Thanksgiving coincide. The messages of religious freedom and gratefulness of both holidays complement each other. So whether you served latke sweet potato with your turkey, or cornbread with your donuts, this was a special time in our lives. Of course, this has even greater meaning for Hadassah, which has been rebuilding Jerusalem like the Maccabees for 100 years. Amidst the celebration, a deep and meaningful message has been our charge to carry forward for the last five generations of Jewish women, who— according to tradition—started the revolution against the oppressor in ancient times. What does the word “Hanukkah” mean? It’s the word we use to dedicate a new building, the “housewarming” of a 8

graduates talking about their college experience. In the class of 2012 there were 350 graduates. Also, the mayor of Jerusalem talked about the importance of bringing young people into the heart of the city and having an institution such as ours there. About half the student body is on financial aid, so they are always looking for donations to help out. If any of these projects particularly resonate with you, you can earmark your individual donations made on line to benefit the facility of your choice. Choose your impact!

home. Related to the holiday, we celebrate the rededication of the Temple in Jerusalem and remember the original dedication of the ancient Temples. The light of the candles are both the light of the ancient menorah and the light of our future. Like the past, this requires dedication and commitment. So amidst the partying and celebration, this is an ideal time to recommit to Hadassah and our values. Just last year we used the word Hanukkah for the dedication of the Sarah Wetsman Davidson Tower. Hadassah Nurse Brings Light In The Philippines If Ruven Gelfond’s name sounds familiar, it’s because he was in charge of the Israel field hospital in Haiti. It was Ruven who turned surgical nails into surgical screws to repair mangled hips. He wouldn’t have been a nurse today if Hadassah hadn’t provided a course to retrain non-degree medical professionals from the former Soviet Union when he made Aliyah from Soviet Georgia. Today he is the much-heralded nurse in charge of

excerpts from the Jerusalem newsletter surgery at Hadassah’s Mount Scopus operating theater and known internationally for his skill at running field hospitals under the toughest conditions. I was able to catch him almost every day on his cell phone in Bogo City, which seems miraculous in itself. He was serving as an IDF officer in the poor city of 70,000 residents where provincial officials say as many as 90 percent of buildings were damaged by winds and rain. Crops were flattened and roads were blocked. The IDF Rescue team treated 2686 patients. Many were trauma patients, injured by the typhoon, but others suffered chronic health problems and need of modern medicine. You might say the team was going back to Hadassah’s roots, when we first brought modern medicine to a preState Israel. A century of commitment, from generation to generation in partnership with the Israeli spirit has made Israeli the medical, biotechnology force that it is. Whom did Ruven see in the ER? Women with high risk pregnancies who need caesarian sections are too far from larger provincial centers to get there on time. One woman was bleeding to death from an ectopic pregnancy when the military medical team saved her. A two-year old boy with club foot will now be able to walk. A man with a detached ear will now be able to hear. When the word went out that the Israeli team was able to bring sight to the blind. In fact, Gelfond managed to create the delicate tools needed debris and growths in blind eyes. More blind patients began to arrive. Ruven, 41, will be lighting the first candle at home with his wife Inna, also a nurse and children Yonatan and Sharon. After 12 days of little sleep, tent sleeping in torrid damp conditions, working around the clock, he’s tired but feeling wonderful. “We were bringing light to the impoverished, homeless people of Bogo City,” said Gelfond. “I feel proud that our small embattled country could cross the six hours of time zones and bring life and light to more good souls of this world.” Hadassah members—we built this medical system. Take a moment to feel proud, too. RAMI FROM BETHLEHEM Meet him on the 7th floor of the Bloomberg Mother and Child Center at Hadassah Ein Kerem. A handsome, darkhaired boy in the high tech incubators of the Pediatric Intensive Care Unit. His “working name” is “Rami,” a

name used by both Arabs and Jews. He was found a few days old in a box in a street in Bethlehem. A bottle of milk was packed with him. Someone brought him to the Bethlehem Creche, a nearby orphanage which takes in abandoned newborns. Was this the child of a teenaged mom whose life would be at stake for shaming her family if her secret was found out? Or was it a family that discovered that there was something terribly wrong with their newborn son whose skin color was tinged with blue and who feared a life of crippling medical bills? “We’ll never know,”said Dr. Teresa Cilluffo , who is taking the place of a parent for him today and sitting by his side in the until. She is an Italian gastroenterologist who comes to Bethlehem to volunteer in the orphanage. “I came on a pilgrimage and lost my heart in Bethlehem. I was supposed to go back to Italy last week, but I changed my ticket to be here with him in Hadassah. The care is wonderful.” The nuns at the Creche brought Rami to Bethlehem’s Caritas hospital, where his condition was diagnosed as serious. He was born with coarctation of the aorta, narrowing of the major blood vessel that carries blood away from the heart to the body. Without corrective surgery he would die. “I received a call from the cardiologist and we said we’d find space for him as soon as possible,” said Dr. Eldad Erez, Hadassah’s pediatric cardiothoracic surgeon. “In a newborn, the heart is very small, the size of his fist. We plan out the surgery ahead of time and try to be as precise as possible. Rami’s surgery was a success and his prognosis is excellent.” Approximately 30 percent of the juvenile heart patients at Hadassah come from the West Bank and Gaza. Dr. Erez’s mother, also a physician, came to Israel on the Exodus 1947, the ship of Holocaust survivors intercepted by the British on their way to pre-State Israel. He was born in Haifa. “I’m a father of four, and as a Dad, I feel particularly happy that a child that has started his life with the double obstacles of abandonment and a congenital heart defect will have a chance at a normal life.” As we light our candles, let us add the blessing, that may we all be partners in miracles, not just those of the past but those of the future. —Barbara Sofer, Israel Director of Public Relations, Hadassah, the Women’s Zionist Organization of America, ­—Audrey Shimron, Executive Director, —Barbara Goldstein, Deputy Director Hadassah Offices in Israel 9


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