Hadassah Greater Atlanta’s Centennial Gala Celebration on Sunday, Oct. 30, aims to capture how the Women’s Zionist Organization is making an impact not only in Atlanta, but throughout the world with groundbreaking medical research.

The gala organizers are (from left) centennial chair Phyllis M. Cohen and gala co-chairs Martha Jo Katz and Linda M. Hakerem. (Photo by Chuck Robertson Photography)

The gala organizers are (from left) centennial chair Phyllis M. Cohen and gala co-chairs Martha Jo Katz and Linda M. Hakerem. (Photo by Chuck Robertson Photography)

The gala’s three honorees represent Hadassah Atlanta’s past, present and future: the late Rae Frank (represented by Lois and Larry Frank), who was a devoted leader and mentor to generations; Virginia Saul, a dedicated and dynamic past president who has continued serving Hadassah for decades; and Renée Rosenheck, a young Hadassah leadership fellow who inspires her contemporaries.

The gala co-chairs, Martha Jo Katz and Linda M. Hakerem, and the centennial chair, Phyllis M. Cohen, are planning a memorable night. The festivities at the Grand Hyatt, 3300 Peachtree Road, Buckhead, will begin at 5:30 p.m. with a cocktail hour, followed by a kosher seated dinner. Entertainment includes dance troupe Ingrid’s La Fuega, featuring Cynthia Good, and music by Jeni Michelson. Button It Up will offer a photo booth that will take guests to Israel with Hadassah Medical Center as the backdrop.

Tickets are $200 if you’re 40 and under or 80 and over and $225 if you’re in between. Visit www.hadassah.org/events/gala, or call 678-443-2961.