Saturday, May 28, 2016 Iyyar 20, 5776
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Some 900 men and women showed up for the American Heart Association’s 11th annual Go Red for Women Luncheon and Health Expo at the Philadelphia Marriott. The luncheon brought in more than $1 million, which will go toward the area’s heart disease and stroke research as well as education. Seeing Red (from left) are Geoffrey Klein, Emmy Miller, Donna Allie...
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Holocaust survivor Daniel Goldsmith is surrounded by Emma Zucker, Leah Kleinman and Olivia Newman, who performed a dance piece about the Kindertransport, following Goldsmith’s address about his Holocaust experiences to students at the Willow Dale Elementary School in Warminster. The dancers are from the Dance Arts Collaborative in Plumsteadville.
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A successful Philadelphia novelist comes out with her latest tome, with the city in its sightlines; owners of a popular Jenkintown salon open up their doors for a Beauty Day for patients at the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia; and and a longtime scholar at Penn reflects in writing on his 20 years heading up a Judaic institute.
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No need for a second wind here — Dorothy Caplan, 100, a resident of the Samuel Green House, a Federation Housing, Inc., apartment complex in Elkins Park, handled the candles for her 100th birthday with flair — without a fire extinguisher at the ready. The newly minted centenarian celebrated as host of a special dinner attended by family and friends.
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The memory of late philanthropist Phil Lindy lives on in many ways, with AJC Philadelphia/Southern New Jersey — with which he was actively involved — adding burnish to his illustrious name and accomplishments. AJC presented its annual Human Relations Award Dinner, attracting close to 350 celebrants of Lindy’s life, with many of his family present. From left are Fred Strober,...
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