If you are interested in learning to play or just want to brush up your skills, please contact Addy Kalsmith. New learners are welcome, as well as members who would like a refresher course.
Holocaust Through The Lens ofLiterature
The Holocaust study groupneeds help from our wonderful MWI ladies. Holocaust survivors are quite old and our group is dedicating our meetings to hearing the stories of survivors or their children. We wish to applaud their courage. We need help from our membership to locate the survivors or their children. If you can help, please contact Carol Brier, Joni Spielberg, or Marcia Truland.
THE MWI BOARD HAS MADE THE DECISION THAT YOU MUST BE FULLY VACCINATED, INCLUDING BOOSTER, TO ATTEND ANY AND ALL IN PERSON MWI EVENTS. IF YOU ARE NOT FULLY VACCINATED, YOU WILL NOT BE ADMITTED.
You only need to show your card once, and we will keep you on the list of those vaccinated.
IN ADDITION, ACCORDING TO CURRENT CDC GUIDELINES, MASKS WILL BE OPTIONAL AT ALL MWI MEETINGS AND EVENTS.
This is being done for the comfort and well being of all of our members. Please be patient upon arriving, and do not enter the meeting room until your vaccine card has been checked.
IMPORTANT NOTICE RE STUDY GROUP LOCATIONS
When you make notations in your calendar to attend the various study groups entered on our website calendar, please check carefully for the exact day of the week, place, and time.
We try to alert you where there is a change at each calendar entry, but want to stress that you check carefully so that you go to the right location on the right day and at the correct time.
Unfortunately, this is beyond our control, and we are trying to make it as convenient as possible. Please bear with us as we manage this juggling act, and continue to enjoy the various programs offered.
If you are the person who is responsible for the cancellation of a Study Group or MWI event, please send such information to Judy Fischman at firstname.lastname@example.org. She will send a Cancellation notice to the whole membership. Also, please call Polly Hammer or Judy Fischman so whatever facility is involved can be notified.
Attention: Knitters and crocheters are needed to make afghans for AIDS/HIV patients, children in hospitals undergoing chemotherapy and veterans in various facilities. Also needed: any worsted-weight yarn (whole or started skeins). Contact Mildred Becker for instructions and if you need yarn.