Sunday, December 21, 2014 Kislev 29, 5775
The Jewish Federation of Greater Philadelphia's Chester County and Delaware County Region's office is moving, effective Feb. 1. The new address will be: The Meadows, 487 Devon Park Drive, Suite 207, Wayne, PA 19087-1808. The new office address should be used on all mail. The office phone numbers will remain the same. For more information, call 610-578-9000.
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Teen attendance is expected to be on the increase for the Jewish Federation of Greater Philadelphia's Super Sunday 2006 on Feb. 12, because of new initiatives that have been planned just for them. "It's important to bring this population into the Jewish community, and help them understand what Super Sunday is and have them feel that they are part of...
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It's time to make phone calls - and make a difference. The Jewish Federation of Greater Philadelphia's Super Sunday - the largest, single day of volunteerism and fundraising in the Jewish community - will be held on Sunday, Feb. 12. "Super Sunday is an opportunity to be part of a community-wide effort to raise millions of dollars for Jewish education,...
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Women's Philanthropy of the Jewish Federation of Greater Philadelphia has appointed Sharon Levin to the position of chair of the Nominating Committee. Levin is the immediate past president of the division. The committee is now seeking nominations to the Board of Women's Philanthropy from members of the community. According to the bylaws of the division, nominations for board members should...
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'Inquirer' Paints Israel as Christmas Grinch
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Lori Lowenthal Marcus for the Israel Advocacy Task Force of the Israel Center of the Jewish Federation of Greater Philadelphia.
The Philadelphia Inquirer's Christmas Day present to its readers was an Associated Press story direct from Manger Square in Bethlehem, traditionally believed to be the birthplace of Jesus. But the Inquirer added something special - its own bias against Israel. This lengthy story, with two eye-catching pictures that ran on Page A2, was headlined, "Prayers for Peace at Christmas Mass."...
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