Thursday, November 27, 2014 Kislev 5, 5775
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Jeffrey Rosen is the newly named president/CEO of the National Constitution Center, succeeding David Eisner, who left the Society Hill-based center last October. Rosen’s legal and scholarly credits are many, including serving as a professor the past 16 years at the George Washington University Law School. He is also associated with the New Republic, serving as its legal affairs editor...
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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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