Friday, January 30, 2015 Shevat 10, 5775
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It was a glittery Stars for Stroke Gala hosted by the Delaware Valley Stroke Council at the Sheraton Society Hill. Shining hopeful at the event — which raised $150,000 for the Council — was Toby Mazer, the organization’s founder, and John Roussis, named Volunteer of the Year.
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Philadelphia Flyers chairman Ed Snider (center) offers his respect and congrats on the unveiling of the Fred Shero statue outside Xfinity Live, attended by Shero’s son, Ray, and grandson Chris. Coach of the legendary champion Flyers teams in 1974 and 1975, the late Shero last year was named to the Hockey Hall of Fame.
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Education and edibles were on the menu for the American Associates, Ben-Gurion University’s Ladies Brunch & Learn, conducted at the Elkins Park residence of Violet (left) and Richard Zeitlin. Joining the host: featured speaker, Israel educator Ronit Lusky (center) and AABGU Philadelphia Chapter co-chair Connie Katz.
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Making music and offering conversation at the gathering of Jewish Music Unplugged at Boot and Saddle (from left): Lila Corwin Berman, Aaron Bisman, Chana Rothman, Joey Weisenberg, Yosef Goldman and Zach Fredman. The event was sponsored by the Feinstein Center of Jewish History at Temple U.
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A local rabbi is named one of America's Most Inspiring Rabbis, Beth Shalom gets a new chazzan, actor Joel Polis gets rave reviews in the West Coast run of a play that premiered here some years back and more good news in this week's column.
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