Wellington’s Temple Beth Torah, in recognition of the remarkable contributions of its past presidents, has chosen to honor each of them at its annual gala. Each of the honorees — Erik Bakerman, Saul and Selma Goldman, Alan Herzlin and Marcia Weber — will be recognized for his/her significant impact on the temple community.
The celebration will take place at 7 p.m. on Jan. 20, and more information can be found at https://templebethtorah.shulcloud.com/gala2018. Tickets can be purchased online or by contacting the temple at (561) 793-2700. A gift gathering event will be held Jan. 4 to collect silent auction items.
The theme of Temple Beth Torah’s gala this year is “Black, White and Glam.” Guests will enjoy music, a silent auction and a variety of wines and specialty cocktails, with diverse cuisine.
The event will be made possible by the generosity of presenting sponsor Provident Jewelry; Diamond Sponsors Pike & Lustig LLP, Scott & Marcia Weber and the Barron Group at UBS Financial; In- Kind Sponsor the Wycliffe Golf & Country Club; and Desserts & Vodka Sponsor: Tito’s Vodka. Additional sponsorship opportunities are available.
Serving on the committee are co-chairs Todd and Debra Barron, co-chairs Andrew and Jennifer Goldstein, co-chairs Anthony and Pam Tahan, Roger Grave de Peralta, Ron and Liz Herman, Sharon Lowenstein, Daniel and Dara Lustig, Michael and Pam Pike, Kevin and Jen Shapiro, Tyler Shernoff, Alan and Sarah Shullman, Adam and Megan Wellikoff, and Janna Zaidspiner.