|Marilyn Wind is all smiles as she is congratulated by Rabbi Jonathan
after being honored with the Sherut L'Am-Service to the Nation award.
That simple philosophy has resulted in "friends that I developed from the synagogue and not just in North America. I have friends all over the world. It just has enhanced my life in a way that has made it just so wonderful," said the Bethesda woman. Besides friendship, Wind's efforts also resulted in her being recognized by Masorti Olami, the World Council of Conservative Synagogues, with the Sherut L'Am-Service to the Nation award in recognition of her contribution to Conservative Judaism in Maryland and around the world.
"She is the quintessential volunteer," noted Rabbi Jonathan Maltzman of Kol Shalom. "She is involved in so many different Jewish organizations." -- Suzanne Pollak, Washington Jewish Week.
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