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100 Years of Atlanta Hadassah: Community Celebration
Nov 01 2015 | 12:30 PM - 4:00 PM

100 Years of Atlanta Hadassah: Community Celebration

Celebrate 100 Years of Atlanta Hadassah with the Opening of a Centennial Exhibition!

Join us for the opening of the Breman's latest exhibition celebrating the centennial of Atlanta's Hadassah! Hadassah is a charitable women-led organization that was established in Atlanta on November 2, 1916 to provide emergency care for infants and mothers in pre-state Israel. Today, Hadassah has flourished into an international force that provides cutting-edge medical care and research through two world class centers in Jerusalem. The organization works both abroad and here at home to build strong communities. 

Discover 100 Years of Hadassah Atlanta: A Century of Success

You are invited to Hadassah Atlanta’s Kickoff Event and Opening of its Centennial Exhibit with honored guest, Marcie Natan, National Hadassah President! The exhibition opening starts at 12:30 PM on November 1, 2015. Come celebrate "the power of women who do!"

And stay for Joan Adler’s book talk “For the Sake Of The Children: The letters between Nathan Straus Jr and Otto Frank” from 2:30 to 4:00 PM and discover the connection between Nathan Straus and Hadassah!

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