In This Issue:
- Chairperson’s Message
- Skirball Private Tour
- Kosher Food Video
- Celebrate Israel Festival Roundup
- Additional Speaking Opportunities
- JNET Cares Announcements
- JNET in the News
JNET members can attend any and all chapter meetings, special events, mixers, and workshops. View the Meeting Calendar, and sign up to present!
Tour the Skirball with JNET!
Sunday, June 24th -
Expand your network.
Get to know fellow members from both sides of the hill.
Join JNET for a private tour of the Skirball Cultural Center's special exhibit, "Leonard Bernstein at 100," a celebration of the life and work of the great American composer and conductor who dedicated his life to making classical music a vibrant part of American culture.
Enjoy a docent-led group tour, then view the museum's permanent exhibits. Bring your lunch, or order from the cafe, and dine al fresco with fellow JNET members in the courtyard.
Date: Sun., June 24, 2018
Time: 10AM - 1PM
Tickets are $9 paid in advance. Space is limited to the first 40 JNET members and their guests.
Kosher Food is Everywhere!
JNET Ritual Chair and Kosher Nostra Josh Lampel created a special video to help members learn where to find Kosher snacks for JNET meetings. Did you know you can find many items at your local grocery store? Join Josh for a guided tour through Ralph’s. You won’t want to miss it!
Thanks to Host Josh Lampel and Director and Producer Ben Geffner
If you’re unsure what the Kosher symbols look like, View JNET's Kosher Guidelines, prepared thanks to PR/Communications Chair Robin Kellogg.
Celebrate Israel Festival Roundup
More than 40 people stopped by the JNET booth at the Celebrate Israel Festival, May 6 in Rancho Park. Thank you Jennifer Maraia, former JNET Program Chair, for organizing the effort and securing a prime booth space for JNET. Several members gave up their Sunday to promote JNET and speak to passersby. Our sincerest thanks go to Membership Chair Dalia Hayon, PR/Communications Chair Robin Kellogg, Avi Albeck, Linda Radell, Jean Roth, Jessica Fass, JNET Vice Chairperson Judi Lirman, Judith Sack, Ronit Krancberg, Jack Bulko, Shelley Fisher, Larry Estrin and Debbie Nierenberg for their help that day. And thank you to JNET Administrator Rachael Payne, who followed up with booth visitors who provided their contact information. This is how a cohesive group gets things done. Go, JNET!
Additional Speaking Opportunities
Under JNET's rules, members can speak twice a year at chapter meetings. However, some chapters are exempt from this rule through December 2018, making it possible for members to speak more than twice a year. Contact the following presidents if you are interested in speaking at their chapter, and it will not count towards your annual two-presentation limit:
- Congratulations to Bob and Ida Worth on the birth of their granddaughter.
- Condolences to the family of Joseph Guttman, who owned Fasco Electric. Joe, an electrician for more than 55 years, was a knowledgeable and trusted resource for all of JNET. Joe's family is in our prayers, and we are grateful for Joe's rich friendship.
If you have news about JNET members (business successes, mitzvahs, get well wishes, condolences, etc.), please contact Sandy Hollander at firstname.lastname@example.org.
JNET In the News
JNET’s "How Jews Schmooze" ad appeared in the Jewish Journal's May 11th issue, and will run again in its July 27th issue. For many years, our advertisement in the Journal has helped us increase our membership and our recognition in the community. Many thanks to Graphic Designer and JNET Chapter Leader Judy Robitschek, who continues to provide us with effective, eye-catching graphic design.
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