NCJW’s ’50s night kicks off its centennial year
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NCJW’s ’50s night kicks off its centennial year

The centennial committee, from left, Ann Levenstein, Fran Butensky, Marcia Levy, and Elaine Pollack. (Courtesy NCJWBCS)
The centennial committee, from left, Ann Levenstein, Fran Butensky, Marcia Levy, and Elaine Pollack. (Courtesy NCJWBCS)

The Bergen County section of the National Council of Jewish Women marks its 100th anniversary this year. It kicked off its centennial celebration in style with a 1950s-themed membership party on Tuesday, October 25, at the Brownstone Pancake Factory in Englewood Cliffs. Wearing poodle skirts and saddle shoes, members enjoyed a night filled with entertainment, dancing, food, and comradery.

Hilary Eth, left, and Ilene Wechter

Throughout 2022 and 2023, the organization will celebrate a century of volunteerism, advocacy, fundraising, philanthropy, and sisterhood in Bergen County and beyond. The organization provides educational and stimulating programs throughout the year, including a myriad of speakers, book groups, trips, advocacy activities, and community service opportunities. For more information go to www.ncjwbcs.org or call 201-385-4847.

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