Ten to receive Tenth Annual Peer Recognition Awards

JProStl, the association dedicated to supporting professionals working at Jewish organizations in St. Louis, will hold its Tenth Annual Recognition Luncheon on Thursday, January 29, 2015 from 11:30 am to 1:30 pm at the Jewish Community Center’s Staenberg Family Complex. At the luncheon, ten honorees will receive Peer Recognition Awards. Honorees were chosen by a committee of JProStl leadership and former award recipients, representing colleagues from across the community. JProStl is an initiative of Jewish Federation of St. Louis’ Millstone Institute.

This year’s honorees include:
Career Achievement: Tova Greenblatt (Esther Miller Bais Yaakov)
Chesed/Kindness: Jill Grossman (JCC)
Dedication: Peggy Landsbaum (JCC)
Mentor: H. Lee Rosenberg (United Hebrew Congregation)
Pillar: Patty Bloom (Saul Mirowitz Jewish Community School)
Emerging Leaders: Lee’at Bachar (Jewish Federation of St. Louis) & Amanda Radman (Congregation Temple Israel)
Educators: Chanie Winter (H.F. Epstein Hebrew Academy) and Marty Schaeffer (Kol Rinah)
Visionary: Rabbi Michael Rovinsky (JSU)

There will be a special presentation to Karole Green and the Lubin-Green Foundation in honor of their long term commitment to professionals in the St. Louis Jewish community and JProStl. The luncheon is free of charge for staff who work at least 15 hours per week annually at a Jewish organization and $25 for guests. To register for the luncheon and to donate to professional development in honor of the recipients, go to Millstonestl.org/JPro15. For information, contact Marci Mayer Eisen at 314-442-3810 or MEisen@JFedSTL.org.

Luncheon Program co-chairs are Beth Feldman of the St. Louis Jewish Light and Rachel Lubchansky of H.F. Epstein Hebrew Academy. Awards co-chairs are Tabari Coleman of the ADL and Margo Newman of Saul Mirowitz Jewish Community Day School. Julie Gibbs of Jewish Federation is JProStl Special Events Chairman.

JProStl is affiliated with the Millstone Institute for Jewish Leadership and all initiatives are generously supported by the Lubin-Green Foundation, a supporting foundation of Jewish Federation of St. Louis.