WHO’S THAT LADY?
Celebrating Women’s Contributions to Arts and Culture
Sponsored by: Summerville & North Area Jewish Community, Jewish Community Center Without Walls and The Summerville Community Resource Center
Purim get together was on Sunday, March 12 at 5 PM for Summerville at Sushi 201 at 5 pm. Very nice place with much more than sushi. We had a great time with a fantastic turnout!
Shared Dreams: Jews and African Americans and Civil Rights
Monday February 27th 6:30 PM
Coastal Coffee Roasters
The Summerville/North Area Jewish Community’sSummerville #commUNITY Artists Heritage Series was held on Monday, Feb 27th at 6:30pm at Coastal Coffee Roasters. SHARED DREAMS: Jews and African Americans and Civil Rights is A FREE program spotlighting talented youth and adult performers from the Summerville area. Over 50 people were in attendance.
The Summerville Dorchester Museum and the Summerville area ministerial Association had displays at the black history program at Alston Bailey elementary school sponsored by the Summerville community resource center.
Robyn Wittenberg Dudley, a volunteer with the Summerville Dorchester museum and a member of the Summerville North Area Jewish Ccommunity, addressed the group discussing the topic of Jewish involvement in the civil rights movement. Reverend John Scott from St Paul’s church represented the Summerville Ministerial Association.
The Summerville CommUNITY Artists Heritage Series, sponsored by the Jewish Community Center without Walls and the Summerville Community Resource Center, was held Monday January 30 at Coastal Coffee Roasters 108 E. 3rd N. St. in Summerville. It was a great success with many presenters and over 70 people in attendance!
Unity Gathering December 26th
The Unity Gathering was a great success! There were over 100 people in attendance to hear speakers: Patrick C. Labbe of the Summerville/North Area Jewish Community, Rev. John Scott of St. Paul’s Anglican Church, Louis Smith of the Community Resource Center and Horace Mungin author and community activist! The multi-holiday theme was a great hit with the overflow crowd at Oscar’s Restaurant. Music was provided by Phillip Lipton and the Charleston Community Carolers!
On November 28th Red Cedar Review was great! A great time was had by all!