Learning about Project Sarah
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Learning about Project Sarah

Maxine Harelick, left, and Arlene Bernhardt, NCJW programming vice presidents, flank Esther East, executive director of Project Sarah. (Courtesy NCJW)
Maxine Harelick, left, and Arlene Bernhardt, NCJW programming vice presidents, flank Esther East, executive director of Project Sarah. (Courtesy NCJW)

The Jersey Hills section of the National Council of Jewish Women hosted speaker Esther East from Project Sarah (Stop Abusive Relationships at Home), who spoke about domestic violence and the invaluable services Project Sarah provides for women and families.

Project Sarah’s 13th annual breakfast will be on Sunday, April 7, at 9:30 a.m., at Congregation Keter Torah in Teaneck. Drs. Chava and Ephraim Casper are the guests of honor; Rabbi Menachem and Sarah Genack will receive the Rabbinical Support award, and Mandy Richman is the Volunteer Recognition awardee. Saranne Rothberg, founder of Comedy Cures, the guest speaker, will discuss “How to Use Humor, Laughter and Play as Your Personal Stressbusters.”

The breakfast is chaired by Aviva Distenfeld, Judith Halpern, and Sheryl Schainker. The shul is at 600 Roemer Ave. Babysitting is available with reservations and there will be valet parking. For information, visit www.projectsarah.org or call (973) 777-7638.

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