[BS/RBS list] Address (!) of Melabev Event Tues Nov 12

Sandra Cash sandra.cash at weizmann.ac.il
Tue Nov 5 08:25:06 EST 2019


Thank you to the astute list reader who noticed that I had not included the STREET ADDRESS of the upcoming MELABEV FUNDRAISER on Tuesday November 12th.  The event will be at the Melabev Center itself, Rehov Asher #1, Givat Sharet.

Here is the information again, for those who may have missed the news of this inspiring evening, in support of a very good cause.  

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If you have loved ones struggling with Alzheimer's - or know people who do - you understand the vital service provided by MELABEV, the local branch of a national Israeli organization that provides daycare and support.  On Tuesday, November 12th, you have a very special opportunity to support Melabev right back.  

Miriam Green of Beer Sheva is a poet, author, and lecturer whose latest book, "The Lost Kitchen - Reflections and Recipes from an Alzheimer's Caregiver" chronicles her family's struggle with a beloved parent who is "disappearing" into dementia. 

Miriam is coming to Bet Shemesh to discuss her journey in a special fundraising event for Melabev -- Bet Shemesh's day care and support center for families struggling with the ravages of Alzheimers. 

Melabev depends on donations to provide its services, which provide pleasure and dignity to the elderly, and respite for those who love them. 

Please join us for Miriam's talk, in which she will be reading from her book, and sharing her insight. 

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MELABEV FUNDRAISER FEATURING MIRIAM GREEN 
TUESDAY NOVEMBER 12th, 7:30 PM
AT MELABEV - REHOV ASHER #1, GIVAT SHARET, BET SHEMESH
ENTRANCE: 100 NIS, WITH SPONSORSHIPS (360 NIS) AVAILABLE AND DEEPLY APPRECIATED 
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Miriam Green writes a weekly blog (http://www.thelostkichen.org)  featuring anecdotes about her mother's Alzheimer's and related recipes. Her poetry has been published in several journals, including Poet Lore, The Prose Poem Project, Ilanot Review, The Barefoot Review, and Poetica Magazine. Her poem, "Mercy of a Full Womb," won the 2014 Jewish Literary Journal's 1st anniversary competition. Her poem, "Questions My Mother Asked, Answers My Father Gave Her," won the 2013 Reuben Rose Poetry prize. She holds an MA in Creative Writing from Bar Ilan University, and a BA from Oberlin College. Miriam is a 20-year resident of Israel, and a mother of three. You can find Miriam on https://www.facebook.com/miriam.green.7399,and Twitter at https://twitter.com/thelostkichen.





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