When Debra Borodkin presented the Hannah G. Solomon Award to Gloria Lippert of Flossmoor on Tuesday evening, Aug. 1, she noted how rare the honor is. “Gloria, you are the ultimate volunteer. This is the highest honor the National Council of Jewish Women offers,” she said. “As you know, you[Read More…]
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Creating a legacy, making a difference. That’s the most succinct way to describe the work the past 100 years by members of the National Council of Jewish Women South Cook Section. Times have changed since the section was founded in Chicago Heights in 1921. Members of the Ladies Aid Society[Read More…]
Nearing its 100th anniversary as a volunteer and community action organization, the South Cook Section of the National Council of Jewish Women recently hosted its Opening Luncheon. As the group nears its centennial birthday, its president stressed the organization’s inclusivity and its desire to be more relevant than ever.