Hadassah’s Heart Health for Women

Published April 21, 2014, issue of April 10, 2014.
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The Boston chapter of Hadassah, and the Sisterhoods of Temple Emanuel and Congregation Mishkin Tefila in Newton, hosted a dinner for more than 100 at Seasons52 in Chestnut Hill to learn about heart health for women from Brigham and Women’s Hospital’s Medical Director of Cardiovascular Wellness Service Dr. Joanne Foody and Director of Nutrition Kathy McManus. Chef Jeff Smith and Sommelier David Bromberg spoke about creating healthy menus. Pictured from left are: Ellen Zarrow-Nissenbaum, president of the Boston Chapter of Hadassah; Sharon Diamond, co-president of Congregation Mishkin Tefila, Newton; Sheryl Kalis, president of Temple Emanuel, Newton; Laurie Gershkowitz, co-president of Congregation Mishkin Tefila, Newton; and Valerie Lowenstein, National Hadassah Co-chair of Health and Wellness.

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