The Ladies Auxiliary - Chapter 6 Summary & Analysis

Tova Mirvis
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Chapter 6 Summary

In Chapter 6, the school year begins and Batsheva starts her job as the art teacher at the Jewish school. Mimi pushed the idea of the art class, even calling the Ladies' Auxiliary to ask if they would sponsor the program. Rena Reinhard, who is the auxiliary president, hesitates at first, but uses the opportunity as a way to return the kindness that Batsheva had shown to her.

Troubles with the girls who are now in the twelfth grade have been an ongoing issue at the school. The troubles began when the girls were in the eighth grade. During a Shabbos the children had spent at school, the girls had snuck into the portion of the building were the boys were sleeping. Rumors in the community indicate the children played what the Jews considered risqué games even though the girls claimed they only talked...

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