2013-06-21 / Front Page

15th Annual JFS Women’s Golf Tournament and Card Party Raises $25,000 for Children and Family Services


Gayle Kammerman, Anna “Sissy” Feldman, Barbara Stillman and Shellee Milgram were all smiles as the foursome won First Low Net during their afternoon on the greens. Gayle Kammerman, Anna “Sissy” Feldman, Barbara Stillman and Shellee Milgram were all smiles as the foursome won First Low Net during their afternoon on the greens. Approximately 150 guests enjoyed a picture-perfect day at Harbor Pines Golf Club for the 15th Annual Women’s Golf Tournament & Card Party. Themed, “It Takes a Village,” the event raised $25,000 which directly benefits children and family services, along with older adult programs at Jewish Family Service.

After a full morning of golf and card games, attendees gathered for lunch to learn more about the agency’s newest program, Village by the Shore. Launching in October 2013, Village by the Shore is a community initiative providing services and socialization for adults and older adults. The Village model enables community members to enjoy life in their own homes through the concept of neighbors helping neighbors. Village by the Shore provides a variety of concierge and professional services including transportation, social activities, discounted service rates, and other complimentary programs.


JFS Executive Director Andrea Steinberg presented an award to Bob Mayer and Rob Lang of The Jewish Community Foundation of Atlantic & Cape May Counties for its support of JFS and its agencies.. JFS Executive Director Andrea Steinberg presented an award to Bob Mayer and Rob Lang of The Jewish Community Foundation of Atlantic & Cape May Counties for its support of JFS and its agencies.. JFS also recognized the Jewish Community Foundation of Atlantic & Cape May Counties, represented by Rob Lang and Bob Mayer, for the Foundation’s dedication and support of Jewish Family Service and its sister agencies.

“ The essential Jewish Community Foundation support allows JFS to offer critical and hard to fund services,” said Andrea Steinberg, JFS executive director. “

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