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Beth Am luncheon features Dale Carnegie speaker
Pictured at the Professional Connections networking luncheon at Temple Beth Am are (l-r) Larry Barditch, Pinecrest business Association president; Scott Garvis, president of Dale Carnegie Training South Florida; Shari Debowsky, program director at Temple Beth Am; Michelle Cohen, assistant to the program director at Temple Beth Am; and Adam Hellman, Turnberry Bank vice president and Pinecrest office manager.

Beth Am luncheon features Dale Carnegie speaker

By Bay Proby….

Pictured at the Professional Connections networking luncheon at Temple Beth Am are (l-r) Larry Barditch, Pinecrest business Association president; Scott Garvis, president of Dale Carnegie Training South Florida; Shari Debowsky, program director at Temple Beth Am; Michelle Cohen, assistant to the program director at Temple Beth Am; and Adam Hellman, Turnberry Bank vice president and Pinecrest office manager.

About 80 people attended the fourth installment of the monthly Professional Connections Business Networking luncheons sponsored by Temple Beth Am earlier this month. Scott Garvis, president of Dale Carnegie Training South Florida, was guest speaker at the event. Garvis spoke about the importance of networking to grow businesses.

“Be interested and you will be interesting,” he said.

Said Rabbi Terry Bookman, spiritual leader of Temple Beth Am: “We welcome temple members and business and professionals from the community to take advantage of this special series. Whether you are currently employed, own a business or simply want to build your referral network, this networking series is for you.”

The monthly series is chaired by Adam Hellman, vice president and manager of Turnberry Bank’s Pinecrest branch. “I believe we have a very powerful network of business professionals here at Temple Beth Am. We’re building something meaningful that helps unify the business professionals at the Temple and the community as well.” said Hellman. “We have an assortment of distinguished guest speakers coming to engage us and a series of excellent business development workshops and activities scheduled for the upcoming months.”

Luncheon cost is $10 for Temple Beth Am members and $15 for people from the community. To learn more about the series, contact Michelle Cohen at 305-667- 6667, ext. 149. To register online for future luncheons, visit www.tbam.org.

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