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WRJ MID-ATLANTIC DISTRICT
WRJ Mid-Atlantic District Convention
November 1-4, 2018
Fairfax Marriott at Fair Oaks
11787 Lee Jackson Memorial Hwy,
Vice-President of Philanthropy, Women of Reform Judaism
Advisory Council Chair, URJ 6 points Sci-Tech Academy
Member, Commission on Social Action of Reform Judaism
Visit: Work House Arts Center and hear about the
of the Era.
Attend: Shabbat Dinner as well as the Gala Installation Dinner
Enjoy:After-hours hospitality -fun & games
Hear: Del Eileen Filler-Corn, Va House of Delegates
Other Programming to include:
*How to use social media
*What we have in common; how are we different from GEN X and Millennials
*How to run an effective meeting; plan a budget
*Alternative Leadership Models
* About change management; how to mentor and coach
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Please send this information to all sisterhood members and encourage everyone to attend.
WRJ Districts were established in 1925 in order to serve as liaisons between the local sisterhoods and the National Federation of Temple Sisterhoods (NFTS, now WRJ). Initially called “State Federations,” these groups represented sisterhoods located in geographic regions of one to four states, each with a designated number. By 1926, there were 25 Districts that covered sisterhoods in 42 states, Washington, D.C., and Eastern Canada. Sisterhoods were not yet located in Maine, Montana, Nevada, New Mexico, North Dakota, or Vermont, and Alaska and Hawaii were not yet states. In 1948, NFTS held its first meeting for these regional groups.
Over time, State Federations expanded, divided, and consolidated to accommodate the growth of WRJ. The new millennium brought an initiative to consolidate and rename the State Federations, replacing the numbered system with geographic designations. Today, eight WRJ Districts group WRJ's affiliated sisterhoods throughout North America, each named for the region they represent: Atlantic, Central, Mid-Atlantic, Midwest, Northeast, Pacific, Southeast, and Southwest.
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Please fill out this form with your sisterhood's most up-to-date leadership and their contact information so that WRJ and your WRJ District can keep you informed with news, events, leadership tips, and more.
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Sisterhoods in good standing with both WRJ and their WRJ District are qualified to have a WRJ North American Representative visit for no charge once every two years.
Established in 1973, the WRJ Or Ami "Light of My People" Award for Special Achievement in Programming recognizes exemplary social justice, community service, and educational programming that serves as a model for other WRJ Districts and sisterhoods.
Applications are open for the 2018 Or Ami Programming Awards. Applications are due by July 10, 2017. Those whose programs and projects are selected as recipients will be recognized at WRJ’s Fried Leadership Conference 2018, which will be held from March 1-4, 2018.
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