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A monthly program designed for the contemporary Jewish Woman

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Yes! I'd like to register for the Rosh Chodesh Society 

$95/year - includes textbook  (11 sessions)  
(Free for Ohr HaTorah Gold Members)

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SPONSORSHIP OPPORTUNITIES AVAILABLE

Sponsorship/Event Host:  
 $360 for the year (includes sponsor gift)   
 $36 for the month (includes sponsor gift)   
 
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METHOD OF PAYMENT ~ Please RSVP with Payment

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  Chabad of Charlotte RCS
  6619 Sardis Road
  Charlotte, NC 28270

 I'm an Ohr HaTorah Gold Member and I would like to attend these events free of charge. 

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Details
Rosh Chodesh Society is led by Rochel Groner and meets once a month in various locations. 
Upcoming events
Aug. 26, 2017
Friendly welcoming Shabbat Services followed by a buffet Kiddush luncheon.
Aug. 27, 2017
Our aim is to nurture and build the foundation of your child(ren)'s Jewish identity. The focus of our dedicated teachers is to inspire a two-fold love. A love for learning and and a love for ...
Sep. 02, 2017
Friendly welcoming Shabbat Services followed by a buffet Kiddush luncheon.
Sep. 09, 2017
Friendly welcoming Shabbat Services followed by a buffet Kiddush luncheon.
"Women have such a strong influence on their children, husbands, communities, schools, and workplaces. When Jewish learning takes place among women, it has the power to reverberate way beyond the individual participants."
- Barbara L.