Shearim Torah High School for Girls will hold its 10th anniversary Legacy of Life Celebration 6:30-9 p.m. Monday, Feb. 13, at the Phoenix Art Museum, 1625 N. Central Ave.
The evening includes a buffet dinner, silent auction, student art display and auction and a grand raffle for a San Diego getaway.
The event will honor Marvin and Arlene Glazer for their commitment to the Phoenix Jewish community. The couple were married 44 years ago in Skokie, Illinois and moved to Phoenix two weeks later. They both served as co-chairman of the Jewish Federation’s Young Leadership Development Committee and members of the Federation board. Arlene received the Federation’s Lee Amada Young Leadership Award and has been on the board of Shearim Torah High School for Girls for seven years, five as president. Marvin received the Federation’s Sy Clark Young Leadership award and has been president of the boards of Hillel Union of Jewish Students, Solomon Schechter Day School, Young Israel of Phoenix and Ohr HaTorah.
Arlene is an exercise physiologist and runs her own personal training business. Marvin is a patent attorney at Cahill Glazer PLC. Arlene and Marvin have three children and eight grandchildren.
Mark and Tami Einhorn will be recognized as parents of the year. The couple relocated from their hometown of Chicago to Phoenix 12 years ago, have been married 22 years and have four children. Two of their children, Malka in 12th grade and Dalia in 10th grade, attend Shearim.
Tami has been a synagogue board member, a member of the Chevra Kadisha and a PHA PTO board member. Since its inception, she has been the office administrator of Yeshiva High School of Arizona.
Mark is a technology executive has been a gabbai at Ohr Hatorah Congregation, volunteers as a computer science teacher at YHSA and has also been a volunteer Phoenix Eruv checker.
Cost is $125 adults, $95 young adults ages 35 and under.
For tickets, visit shearimhighschool.org/rsvpfordinner.html by Jan. 30 or call the Shearim office, 602-324-3406.