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NCJW Atlanta's 125th Anniversary: Past Presidents Panel Discussion

NCJW 125th Anniversary: Past Presidents Panel Discussion
Aug 12 2020 | 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM

NCJW 125th Anniversary: Past Presidents Panel Discussion

The NCJW is celebrating it’s 125ththAnniversary.

Join the past presidents of the Atlanta National Jewish Woman's Council for a panel discussion reminiscing on the past of the council.

Register Ahead Here.

The panel will be made up of 4 former council presidents.

Beth Sugarman, Nancy Levine, Lila Hertz, and Luci Sunshine will discuss the past of the council and their own experiences leading the council.

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