Come to Schmai for Good Conversation
One of CNY’s best-known Chinese restaurant is the location for the next Schmai, an informal gathering of WTB friends next Wed., Nov. 12 from 5:30 to 7:30. Everyone is welcome. We’ll meet at China Road restaurant, 2205 Brewerton Road in Mattydale.
You don’t need reservations and you’re free to come with a friend. No program, just good conversation.
Next Book Club: Monday, Dec. 8 in the evening. We’ll discuss The Commoner: A Novel by John Burnham
Hear About Peace Program in November
At our next meeting Sun., Nov. 23 3-5 p.m. we’ll hear about the Seeds of Peace programin which several local youth attended at the United Nations International Day of Peace Summit in September. The students attended sessions and talked with youth from African by video connection.
WTB officially elected Betty Lamb to be the new WTB President, filling in the term of Joy Pople, who had to step down due to many responsibilities. Thanks to Betty for agreeing to lead us through spring. And thanks to Joy for all she has given to WTB.
Betty has a background in both Christianity and Judaism. She taught religious education in the Roman Catholic Church and is now active at both Temple Adath Yeshurun and Temple Society of Concord. She is retired from a career in retail and education. Betty has worked on the Everson Museum Members’ Council for years, as well as the Syracuse Sounds of Music Association. She is the treasurer of the Murray Isle Association and the summer postmaster there.
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