1. A reminder about next week’s Survivor Visitor Program orientation:

WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 2007, 7-8:30 PM
The Workmen’s Circle Building
45 E. 33rd Street (between Park and Madison Avenues)
Refreshments will be served

The Workmen’s Circle / Arbeter Ring has launched a young volunteer
program directed toward visiting the Holocaust survivor population of
its members. 3GNY and JBFCS (Jewish Board of Family and Children’s
Services) have joined together with Workmen’s Circle to serve in this
important effort.

We believe that isolated, homebound Jewish seniors, and survivors in
particular, receive enormous satisfaction from knowing their Jewish
legacy lives on in the younger generations. Similarly, all of us can
deepen our roots in the Jewish community by connecting directly with
survivors, whose experiences are some of the most unique and
meaningful in the history of our people.

Be a part of something special. Join us for this brief training &
orientation and see if this could work for you.

Contact Elana Alfred at Workmen’s Circle for details. Phone: (212)
889-6800 ext. 215; Email: elana@circle.org

2. Announcing Connect2’s Volunteer Appreciation Dinner of 2007:

TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 2007, 6:30-8:00 PM
Makor — 35 W. 67th Street (between Columbus and Central Park West)
$10 for potential volunteers; FREE for Current Connect 2 Volunteers
This event is co-sponsored by Makor
For more info, call 718-449-5000 x216 or email e.tauby@jccgci.org;

From Sheva Tauby, Director of Connect2:

It’s my great pleasure to invite you to our annual Volunteer Appreciation
Dinner of 2007!

Join us as we meet volunteers and Holocaust survivors and enjoy a beautiful
dinner together, featuring kosher wine tasting. I encourage you to bring
friends along that are not yet involved in Connect2, so they can learn more
about our important project.

You may RSVP now by replying to this email with the amount of people
attending. I look forward to greeting you personally!