Madeline Abramson Speaks at Chavurat Shalom Meeting

[by Sara Robinson]

Behind every successful organization and institution are its volunteers. Madeline Abramson exemplifies the epitome of dedication in all that her life touches.

On June 24, Abramson spoke to a group of 40 people who attended Chavurat Shalom, a community-wide senior adult group. The weekly meeting included catered lunch was served with delightful conversation and door prizes, including four tickets donated by the JCC orchestra.

Madeline Abramson spoke engaged the audience in various topics such as her role as a volunteer, our role as volunteers, the issues of education in our city, the public library initiatives, how the downturn in our economy has affected volunteerism, and much more. It was an honor to have Madeline Abramson, the first lady of our city, join Chavurat Shalom for this informative and fun afternoon.

Chavurat Shalom is funded by the Jewish Community of Louisville, National Council of Jewish Women, Jewish Hospital and St. Mary’s HealthCare, The Temple Brotherhood, The Temple Sisterhood and many other generous donors





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