Wednesday, December 17, 2014 Kislev 25, 5775
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Despite its name, there were no fleas at the Kaiserman JCC Community Flea Market. But there were plenty of vendors and buyers in what the Kaiserman anticipates being an annual event. Here, customers are itching to make purchases from some of the 70 vendors on board earlier this month.
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Former executive director of Public Citizens for Children and Youth Shelly Yanoff (second from left) recently addressed the opening luncheon of the Greater Philadelphia Section of the National Council of Jewish Wo­men, which honored the lifelong children’s advocate.The women who lunch: From left are Sandy Fryer, organization president; Susan Horwitz, programs vice president; Diane Steinbrink, board member celebrating 54 years...
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Getting more out of Bryn Mawr was the appeal of Bryn Mawr Day, celebrating the town’s history as well as its many shops and restaurants. Here, Michelle Bogosian (left), chair of the day, and Carole Felton, who helped get the event off the ground, express joy over the many who showed up and showed interest along Lancaster Avenue, focal point...
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Dr. Howard A. Cohen , director of Interventional Cardiology and the Cardiac Catheterization Laboratories at Temple University Hospital, will be part of the TUH medical team taking part in TandemHeart® to Reduce Infarct Size, a national clinical trial dealing with the way acute heart attacks are treated. Chuck Brodsky , called “baseball’s troubadour poet laureate,” has released The Baseball Ballads...
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Brian D. Gralnick, director of the Center for Social Responsibility of the Jewish Federation of Greater Philadelphia, took the mound last month at the Park, tossing the ceremonial first pitch before the Phils took on the World Series-contending Dodgers. Getting it over the plate was all part of the Phillies Phans Feeding Families initiative, of which Federation is one of...
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