Friday, October 24, 2014 Tishri 30, 5775
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The late Gertrude Brooks Hankin, a prominent humanitarian who numbered Magen David Adom as a major concern and gift recipient, was feted at the dedication of a new MDA ambulance in her memory by her family. Those attending included (from left) Robert Nappen, Mad­e­line Nappen, Sharon Schmidt, Rabbi Gregory Marx, Helene Hankin, Mark Hankin, and Ina and George Hankin. The...
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Reform Congregation Keneseth Israel recently booked Israeli author Reva Mann, whose memoir “The Rabbi’s Daughter” caused controversy for its candid nature since it first appeared in 2007, for a talk/ discussion at the Elkins Park synagogue. Joining the author (second from left) are Rabbi Nathan Martin of the Reconstructionist Rabbinical College; and Sharon Buckingham and Lynn Rosen, K.I. Meyers Library...
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Feasterville Business Association’s current president, Ted Hauptman (left), honors Ray S.Greenberg with the FBA Past President Award at the association’s annual celebration in Feasterville.
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Golden Slipper Clubs & Charities is the beneficiary of a $5,000 donation from the Odell Studner Foundation, with the money targeted for the charitable group’s Human Needs and Services Division. At the presentation (from left) are GSC president Stephen Frishberg; Brett Studner, principal at Odell Studner and himself a current member and former president of Golden Slipper; and Brian Gilberg,...
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It was all about sit-ups — and take notice — at the opening of the Klein Active Adult Center, which officially debuted at ceremonies held at Congregation Adath Jeshurun in Elkins Park. Geared for those age 60 and older and offered by the Klein JCC and co-sponsored by Montgomery County Aging and Adult Services, the new center drew a swarm...
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