Friday, August 28, 2015 Elul 13, 5775
A former ice-skating medalist from Philly is taking a judge's role at the Winter Olympics in Sochi; the Youth Aid Panel of Lower Merion gets two new executive directors; and an art teacher from Tyler and a rabbi team up to author a book on "the seasons of the Jewish year."
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A local travel agency executive will head to Sochi, Russia, to judge figure skating at the Winter Olympics.
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Real estate mogul Allan Domb was sworn-in as president of the Greater Philadelphia Association of Realtors for the third time.
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The 22nd annual Tikvah/Advocates for the Jewish Mentally Ill Brunch was held at Temple Beth Hillel-Beth El in Wynne­wood. Michael J. Covone (second from right), former deputy commissioner of the Philadelphia Department of Behavioral Health and Intellectual Disability Services, and former deputy health commissioner, was honored with the Righteous Person Award. With him (from left) are Arthur C. Evans, commissioner...
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Members of the Freezer 5K committee make a post-run announcement that funds raised from the second annual Horsham benefit race, held last month, will go to the St. Vincent de Paul Society for families in need in Horsham Township. From left are Ann Marie Mangin, Gary Chamberlain, Ted Taylor, Jon Waxman, Jodi Hallen, Lt. Jon Clark of the Horsham Police...
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