Benvenuti all’incontro annuale e alla cena del 2023!
Welcome to the 2023 Annual Meeting & Dinner!
6:00 pm Italian Feast
6:30 pm Annual Meeting begins
Join us as we mangia a Tuscan feast that includes eggplant parmigiano, chicken piccata, pasta, salad, and more. Then, celebrate the past year at Temple Beth El as we confirm the slate for the 2023-2024 Board of Trustees, present the 2023-2024 Operating Budget, and honor our outstanding volunteers and professionals!
Registration for dinner is now closed, but you can still register to join us for the meeting!
If you have any dietary restrictions, please contact Sharon Stern at 561-314-2831 or [email protected].
Jessica Weintraub has been an early childhood educator for over 10 years and is truly passionate about her chosen profession. She received her Bachelor’s Degree from FAU with a focus in Elementary education and joined the Beth El Early Learning Center Team in 2021. Since then, she has served as an exceptional Lead Teacher in the Creative Caterpillars classroom. In recognition of her incredible leadership skills, she was selected to serve as a Team Lead this year and she has exceeded our expectations in this role. Jessica embodies the qualities that are important for an early childhood teacher…kindness, compassion, and empathy. She is a constant support to her students, families, and co-workers, often going out of her way to help others be successful. Her skills in classroom management, child observations, and curriculum planning make her a teacher to emulate. We are so blessed that Jessica chose to join our team as she is such an incredible asset.
Elinor joined the Beth El staff in 2015, but she and her family have been active members of the Temple since 1999. Prior to joining our staff, Elinor held numerous leadership positions at Beth El including serving on the Board of Trustees. In her role as Director of Engagement & Programming, Elinor’s primary responsibility is to recruit, retain and engage members. When Elinor joined our staff, the Temple had 1,413 member households. Today that number is over 1,800 which is a testament to the recruitment and engagement efforts of Elinor and her team. Elinor is the Temple’s best cheerleader and ambassador. Her deep love of Judaism, Israel and Temple Beth El shine brightly in her daily interactions with other staff and our members. She is also remarkably enthusiastic, energetic and a tireless worker. Each year a valued staff member is presented this award for demonstrating consistently superior performance and a willingness to go above and beyond what is asked of them. We are so grateful for Elinor’s years of dedicated service. Congratulations Elinor on this well-deserved award.
Originally from Ohio, Aline moved to Boca Raton in 1997 after living in the San Francisco Bay Area for over 20 years. Aline has been a member of Temple Beth El for over 23 years, holding various positions on its Board: Trustee; Chairperson of the Membership and Religious Activities Committees; VP of Congregational Activities; Co-Chair of the Temple’s Torah Project with Tracey Labgold, Chairperson of the Clergy Search Committee, and a member of Women of Reform Judaism. Aline’s first volunteer position at the Temple was a greeter, which she did every week for 5 years. It is so appropriate for Aline to win the Joseph Q Kline Award, since Aline was trained by Joe Kline himself, and took over as Bima/Ritual Coordinator from him. Aline has held regional and national leadership positions with Israel Bonds and is a Life Member of Hadassah. A self-employed credentialed life and health insurance broker and a registered securities representative with a bicoastal practice in South Florida and Northern California, Aline’s hobbies include golf, gardening, needlework, reading, and being a dog owner.