Sunday, December 28, 2014 Tevet 6, 5775
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In miles, Philly might be a three-hour drive to Washington, D.C., but in its efforts to fuel the successs of the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum there, Philly supporters feel like it’s just around the corner. That sentiment helped spark the first Philadelphia-hosted dinner recently honoring the museum, about to mark its 20th anniversary. Noting the role Philadelphia has played...
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Nancy Gilberg oversees coats, gloves and scarves accumulated when the Human Needs and Services Division, Golden Slipper Clubs & Charities, got together with B’nai B’rith Project HOPE on a coat drive for homeless shelters in Philadelphia and Norristown. Some 400 pieces of outerwear made it into the collection for distribution, under the supervision of Gilberg, GSC needs coordinator.
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South Jersey People Scene
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Keeping Time: Temple Beth Sholom Rabbi Steven Lindemann with Mitch Albom, best-selling author of Tuesdays With Morrie, at the Katz JCC on Dec. 13. Albom spoke to a group of over 350 people about his new book, The Time Keeper.
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Myron D. Moss , Drexel U.’s music program director at its Antoinette Westphal College of Media Arts & Design, who died this past July, was commemorated with a special concert held earlier this month by the school’s Concert Band at Mandell Theater. Jeffrey Rosen , psychology prof at the U of Delaware, is the 2012 Neuroscientist of the Year, chosen...
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Some 400 guests looked for “More Tomorrows” at the 12th annual Friends of the American Cancer Society Party With a Purpose Gala, at which Dr. Steven M. Altschuler (right), CEO of Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, took home the 2012 Humanitarian Award. The honoree, accompanied by wife Robin (right), celebrates the occasion with Dr. Daniel and Beverly Goldberg (she’s president of...
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