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The health and welfare of our members — our families — is our top priority. Therefore, out of abundance of caution, the board and officers agreed to postpone the Spring Picnic scheduled for Sunday, March 22, until further notice. In addition, the dinner in … Continue reading
Mark your calendars for the 2019 Installation of Officers and Board on Saturday, January 26, at 6 p.m. Pay your dues in advance and avoid standing in line! Join us for a meeting on Super Bowl Sunday, February 3 at … Continue reading
As we wind down 2018, I’ve had a chance to breathe and look back on the year we’ve had among the Ramallah community. Being the President of this Club is a monumental task. There is no way a single person … Continue reading
Join us on December 15th for the Ramallah Club Christmas Party. Details are on the flyer below.
Newborns: Baby Boy, James Henry “Quinn”, born to James and Brittany Dewan Frazier in Dallas, Texas. His proud grandparents are James and Caroline Frazier, and Kim (Bateh) and Derek Dewan. Weddings: Dr. Ronnie Bateh, son of David and Renee Bateh, … Continue reading
Bricks are now available to be purchased for engraving around the fountain. All forms and checks must be turned in by August 6th for this engraving period. Click Here for the form. Questions? Please contact Edward Bateh or David Hanania.
Members, We are currently in the process of bidding for the 2020 Convention to be hosted by our community. Members who are interested in chairing the convention committee or an event at the convention please e-mail Tala Farah at email@example.com. … Continue reading
Duval County Court Judge Michelle Kalil was recognized by the Jacksonville Women Lawyers Association as the 2018 Woman Lawyer of the year. Kalil was chosen because of her involvement in the community as well as her commitment to the legal … Continue reading
Ellen Omar Bateh January 1, 1936 – December 21, 2017 Ellen Omar Bateh was born in Ramallah, Palestine on January 1, 1936 to Hannah and Maria Bateh. She spent the first 11 years of her life in Ramallah before immigrating … Continue reading