Wednesday, August 20, 2014 Av 24, 5774
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Opening Day celebrations came early for Adults With Developmental Disabilities, headquartered in Jenkintown. The Phillie Phanatic was on hand to deliver a $7,500 grant to the agency’s executive director, Larry I. Rubin (left), and grant writer Justin Raemaekers, from Phillies Charities, Inc.
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Mark Blum, new publisher of the Press of Atlantic City in New Jersey, offers insights into the news business at a breakfast with the Somers Point Business Association, whose president, Abby Spencer, introduced him.
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U.S. Rep. Michele Bachmann (R-Minn.), a staunch Tea Party supporter and backbone of the Republican Party’s conservative branch, addressed the Zionist Organization of America's national convention in Philadelphia. Here she shares her views on the Mideast with Steve Feldman, executive director of the Greater Philadelphia District/ZOA.
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Making hamantashen so good Queen Esther would give her thumbs up: That’s what these sixth-graders from Beth David Reform Congregation in Gladwyne did as a special Purim treat for the long-term care residents at Martins Run in Media. They also sang songs in Hebrew and Yiddish, accompanied by accordionist Benjamin Laden.
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Simon’s Soiree had nothing but charitable thoughts at heart for its “Affair of the Heart,” held at the Sheraton Valley Forge. Close to 400 people attended and helped raise some $200,000 for Simon’s Fund, named after Simon Sudman, who died of an undisclosed heart ailment while a toddler. The organization was started by his parents, Darren and Phyllis, in 2005...
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