Thursday, December 18, 2014 Kislev 26, 5775
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There is good reason that the HMS School for Children with Cerebral Palsy has a warm spot for Jordana Warmflash (seated, center): The 21-year-old graduate — daughter of Rabbi Phil and Amy Warmflash — has been a major success story for their program. Indeed, Jordana has become the school’s “cover girl” with her story, which is the focus of the...
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Gathered to salute the 20th anniversary of the Institute for Women’s Health and Leadership of Drexel University with a special panel discussion (from left) are columnist Nicholas Kristof of The New York Times; Dr. Nancy Andrews, dean of the College of Medicine at Duke University and recipient of the evening’s Marion Spencer Fay Award; local broadcast legend Marciarose Shestack; Claire...
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Some 300 supporters attending the eighth annual Deborah Hospital Foundation’s Red Tie Gala gave top billing to its Deborah Heart and Lung Center, which, in 91 years of existence, has never billed a patient. At the gala, held at the Hyatt Regency Philadelphia at Penn’s Landing, (from left) are Deborah board members Andy Hanson, Carole Himmelstein, John Quinlan, Charles McAfee,...
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The Franklin Institute names a new president and CEO; a Montgomery County native is elected president judge of the Pennsylvania Superior Court; and a Philadelphia industrial tycoon finds his company profiled in a new book about mergers and acquisitions.
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Shamma Friedman, a rabbi and professor hailed for his Talmudic research, has earned the Jewish state's highest honor.
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