Brandeis Conejo Valley Chapter - Latest News





Brandeis Conejo Valley Calendar of events:

09/07/2017
09/13/2017
09/21/2017
09/30/2017
10/05/2017
10/31/2017
BOARD MEETING
NEW MEMBERS COFFEE
ROSH HASHANA
Yom Kippur
BOARD MEETING
FALL LANCHEON




News Update:


CONEJO VALLEY CHAPTER INVITES YOU TO ATTEND AN
ORIENTATION COFFEE
ESPECIALLY DESIGNED TO SHOW NEW AND PROSPECTIVE MEMBERS ALL WE HAVE TO OFFER.

WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, at 9:30 a.m.

As a member of the greatest BNC chapter that there is, you should know all that is available to you. I know that you have met many of our wonderful members who are so very dedicated to the research and scholarship of Brandeis University. But have you found out all that we can offer YOU with our two exciting annual luncheons per year, our informative special events, and, of course, our stimulating study groups? You can even sign up for your favorite study groups now.

Please CLICK HERE to download your invitation and direction to ELAINE BLONDER’S HOME, where the meeting will take place.

If you have any questions, please email me:
Membership V.P: Elaine Leff   elainel@socal.rr.com


Photos from 2017-2018 Installation of Officers!

Barbara Polisky - our first fundraising Vice President since the chapter first started was given a picture frame
from the board to thank her for all of the years of service. She is retiring from that position.
Wonderful performance by The Center Stage Opera - Presenting Standards, Jazz and Opera

May 2017 Spring Speakers Event
at North Ranch Country Club




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