Judie R. Martin and Edie Medoff, longtime residents of Larchmont, will be honored as the Kehilla chapter of Hadassah’s 2017 Women of the Year at its annual donor brunch at 11 a.m. Sunday, May 7 at the Hyatt Regency Greenwich.
Members of the Kehilla chapter reside in Port Chester, Rye Brook, Rye, Mamaroneck and Larchmont. The two honorees will be cited for their involvement and support of Hadassah, Israel and the Westchester community.
Both honorees are retired early childhood educators and are affiliated with Westchester synagogues. Judie Martin is a member of the Westchester Jewish Center in Mamaroneck, as well as Chabad-Lubavich of Larchmont-Mamaroneck and Edie Medoff is involved in the social action committee at the Larchmont Temple.
Martin, a former president of the Mamaroneck chapter of Hadassah, currently holds portfolios of program and education for the Kehilla chapter. Medoff has been corresponding secretary for both chapters. The two women are life members of Hadassah and have traveled to Israel.
Reservations for the donor brunch may be made by calling Janet Meyers of Rye at 914-967-0447. Tickets are $180 for patrons and can be made by calling Linda Ellenbogen of Greenwich at 203-532-5240; $136 for donors by calling Leila Dorne of Rye Brook at 914-939-3129; or as a fund-raiser through journal ads and raffle tickets by calling Judy Kratenstein of Rye Brook at 914-939-4340. Proceeds benefit the Hadassah Medical Organization in Israel and the United States; and the Youth Aliyah children’s rescue program throughout Israel