Associated Women, in partnership with the Federation of Jewish Women’s Organizations of Maryland, presents A Journey to a Different Kind of Happy, featuring Laura Black, author of Climbing Down the Ladder.
Join with like-minded women from our community to explore how we can add meaning to our lives at times of transition within our careers, our families and our volunteer roles.
Light summer fare; dietary laws observed.
A portion of the ticket price will support mental health services provided by The Associated system through such partners as Jewish Community Services, CHANA and the Jewish Community Center. In addition to sustaining services already provided by The Associated system, these funds will support new mental health and wellness outreach and education efforts and build our system’s capacity to respond to the increased need for mental health services.
Susan Flax Posner
Annette G. Saxon
BGE • Capital Funding Group • Len Stoler Automotive • MileOne Autogroup • Trius Lending Partners
Brown Advisory • Hoffman & Co. • MedStar Health • Miles & Stockbridge • M&T Bank • PNC Bank • PSA Insurance & Financial Services • Truist
Advance Business Systems • Alliance Material Handling, Inc. • Atlas Restaurant Group • Eastern Savings Bank • First National Bank • Merritt Properties • MOI • RBC Wealth Management • Residential Title & Escrow Company • Safeway • Schoenfeld Insurance Associates • ShopRite • SOS Technology • T. Rowe Price • Venable LLP • Wells Fargo • WesBanco • William Blair
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