Thursday, December 25, 2014 Tevet 3, 5775
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David Carel, a 2009 graduate of Akiba Hebrew Academy in his senior year at Yale University, has been selected as a 2013 Rhodes Scholar. Carel is one of 32 Rhodes Scholars chosen nationally. At Yale, Carel is working on a degree in economics. As a Yale Global Health Initiative Fellow, he has headed projects targeting HIV/AIDS educational programs to susceptible...
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The Madlyn and Leonard Abramson Center for Jewish Life honored Fort Washington resident Harriet Silberman at the Association of Fundraising Professionals’ National Philanthropy Day Awards luncheon. Bernie Parent, Flyers icon, has co-authored Unmasked: Bernie Parent and the Broad Street Bullies with legendary local sports writer Stan Hochman . Al Feldman took home the second annual Nina Cohen Award at the...
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Somewhere over the Rainbow Ball, the Madlyn and Leonard Abramson Center for Jewish Life found pots of golden celebrations feting Jewish leaders at this 22nd annual event, held at Loews Philadelphia Hotel. Karen and Neil Model of Newtown were honored with the center’s highest accolade, the Family Award. Going green — that’s what the ball did; between the gala and...
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Daniel Gottlieb leaves no doubt he learns from the heart. In all the years the psychologist has hosted a call-in radio show and written for The Philadelphia Inquirer — and penned a number of books, including Learning From the Heart — he has served as a balm for the hearts of listeners and readers. Now, Gottlieb is being honored with...
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Martha and Bruce Karsh, former Penn parents, are the focus of a gathering marking their philanthropic contribution to KIPP Foundation, which enables underserved students to complete their studies at the university. Here, Martha Karsh is lauded at the ceremony, with Michael Feinberg, KIPP co-founder and superintendent, listening in.
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