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New officers and board members of Temple Beth Sholom Sisterhood pose for a group photo. (Photo courtesy of Temple Beth Sholom Sisterhood)

Temple Beth Sholom Sisterhood Installs Lisa Sakol As President

BY Miriam Furman

There’s a new team leading Temple Beth Sholom Sisterhood and Lisa Sakol, a secondary school science teacher, is its new president. Installed for the 2024-25 term beginning July 1, Lisa Sakol brings unbounded energy and enthusiasm to her new volunteer position. Lisa is a very active member of Temple Beth Sholom of Roslyn Heights who’s a regular at Shabbat services and an ardent supporter of Israel. She participated, along with members of Beth Sholom and two other Long Island synagogues, in a solidarity mission to Israel in February, and marched in the Israel Day Parade in Manhattan in June. Nadine Kesten, a Sisterhood past president, served as mistress of ceremonies on June 20, while Ellen Walk, Sisterhood membership VP, installed Lisa. Outgoing co-presidents are Sherri Warshavsky and Rose Warshawsky. Sisterhood, Temple Beth Sholom women’s group, is an affiliate of Women’s League for Conservative Judaism, an international organization.

Miriam Furman is the Temple Beth Sholom Sisterhood of Roslyn Heights Publicity Chair.

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