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BEST OF JEWISH PHOENIX 2016 33 The Beth Israel Sisterhood planning com- mittee prepares for a fiesta. Pictured are Mrs. Ted Pozil Mrs. N.E. Garber Mrs. Jarvis Weiss and Mrs. Max Shoob. Photos courtesy of the Pearl and Cecil Newmark Memorial Archives at the Arizona Jewish Historical Society ish Innovation. Major Jewish institutions such as the Jew- ish Federation of Greater Phoenix also have programming specifically geared to women its Womens Philanthropy division develops programs for women with a goal to educate outreach fundraise and build Jewish commu- nity according to jewishphoenix.org. Whether its raising funds for hospitals in Israel Hadassah social services and pro- grams for women in children in Israel and America NAAMAT USA residential treatment centers in America and Israel JWI or advocating for issues that effect women children and families NCJW Jew- ish womens groups continue to play a vital role in strengthening communities through- out the world. Above Jewish community members dress up for a costume fashion show benefiting the Hadassah womens organization in October 1960. From left to right are Edie Stoneman Bill Freeman Chuck Metches Don Fann and Dianne Brown. Right Women gather for a Beth El Sister- hood Membership Tea. women and sisterhood.indd 33 12216 1104 AM