Friday, October 31, 2014 Heshvan 7, 5775
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Is this called the Dapper Dunk? Ike Richman, public relations vice president for Comcast-Spectacor, goes into the dunk tank at the recent Flyers Wives Fight for Lives Carnival at the Wells Fargo Center. It was all for charity, and to celebrate his 25th anniversary as part of the Flyers family — Comcast-Spectacor is the club’s parent company — and his birthday.
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A former ice-skating medalist from Philly is taking a judge's role at the Winter Olympics in Sochi; the Youth Aid Panel of Lower Merion gets two new executive directors; and an art teacher from Tyler and a rabbi team up to author a book on "the seasons of the Jewish year."
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The South Philadelphia Ladies Auxiliary 98 of the Jewish War Veterans has been busy with speakers —and with tikkun olam. Barbara Steiner (second from left), president of the auxiliary, and Gloria Abramson (right), past department president of JWV Ladies Auxiliaries for Pennsylvania, are joined by Louis Abramson, past national commander, JWV, and Susan Gelb, a member of Auxiliary 98, on...
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The Haverford College crew floated the most appropriate honor possible for the late Greg Kannnerstein, class of ’63, and, post-graduation, one of the top deans to ever serve at the school. By naming their new boat Mr. Haverford — Kannerstein’s nickname — they also saluted a man who once headed up the athletics department as well. Here crew members inaugurate...
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A local travel agency executive will head to Sochi, Russia, to judge figure skating at the Winter Olympics.
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