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News from the PebbleCreek Shalom Club

Laurie Rosenbloom This Passover marks another year with a delightful Seder. Thank you, Sandy and David Mednick, for officiating the services. Your services offer the traditional blessings and rituals while involving all of our Shalom Club members and guests. You provide such a warm and relaxing atmosphere. Also, we’d like to thank Ricki and Howard…

News from the Shalom Club

Laurie Rosenbloom “You must’ve been a beautiful baby ‘cause baby look at you now!” That’s what approximately 80 people experienced on February 24. Encores Big Band, an 18-piece ensemble led by Musical Director John Withart, was entertaining as they played throughout the evening. Guests brought baby photos of themselves that were creatively displayed in the…

News from the PebbleCreek Shalom Club

Laurie Rosenbloom They came donned in their 50s and 60s attire; ready to mingle, dance and have fun. A crowd of about 90 people showed up. What a night! It takes creativity, teamwork and good planning strategies to make such a successful event. West Valley Story: A Murder Mystery had all these elements. First and…

News from the PebbleCreek Shalom Club

Laurie Rosenbloom Welcome back all of our Shalom Club members! We hope everyone had an enjoyable summer. We can’t wait to see everyone at our first meeting of the season on Sunday, September 17 at the Eagle’s Nest Ballroom. Snacks and drinks will be served at 6:30 p.m. The meeting will begin at 7:00 p.m.…

News from the PebbleCreek Shalom Club

Board members Judy Ruck, Lil Wattenberg, Carl Schatz, Alice Neuwirth, Mark Frumkin and Steve Shaffer welcome Sun City Grand on November 13.

Laurie Rosenbloom Wishing everyone a happy and healthy New Year! The start of the New Year also brings about changes to our Shalom Club Board of Directors. * President – Carl Schatz * Vice President – Judy Ruck * Events Co-Chairs – Gail Brubaker and Joan Grube * Hospitality and Membership Updates – Co-Chairs Ann…

News from the PebbleCreek Shalom Club

Emily Grotta, John Boudreaux, Steve and Ruth Shaffer and others enjoyed a delicious meal of challah, bagels, tuna and egg salad, cream cheese and lox, blintzes with sour cream and, of course--dessert! This was in celebration of our annual Break-the-Fast where almost 85 people attended on October 12 in the Chianti Room.

Laurie Rosenbloom Some came donned in aprons. All had rolling pins. A bit of flour, vinegar, eggs, water, salt and baking powder, as Hermine Sulzberg demonstrated how to roll out the dough. Everyone participated and was involved in this fun Knish Klass. And what a turnout! Almost 15 people came for this class. A morning…

Shalom Club news

Laurie Rosenbloom Are you interested in joining a club that offers different and exciting events each month? Then check out the Shalom Club! The Shalom Club of PebbleCreek is a wonderful organization which provides a great way to meet new people or spend time with existing friends. It allows members the opportunities to participate in…

News from the Shalom Club

Laurie Rosenbloom Happy September and welcome back Shalom Club members! Please join us for our first meeting of the season on Sunday, September 18 at 7:00 p.m. at the Eagle’s Nest Ballroom. Snacks and drinks will be served at 6:30 p.m. At our meeting we will share exciting upcoming events: Services for the High Holy…

News from the PebbleCreek Shalom Club

Laurie Rosenbloom We hope everyone is enjoying his or her summer. Your Shalom Club has planned some outstanding activities for the coming months. On September 24 approximately 35 people have signed up to attend the musical, In the Heights. Winner of the 2008 Tony Awards, this show is expected to be a real extravaganza, performing at…

The Shalom Club celebrates Passover

David and Sandy Mednick officiate the Passover Seder.

Laurie Rosenbloom It was a Friday evening, April 23, and approximately 90 people celebrated Passover by participating in a Seder ceremony led by Sandy and David Mednick. The Mednicks did a fantastic job conducting the service. They encouraged participation and almost everyone read from the Haggadah creating a sense of pride and ownership. Mimi Birnel…