Monday, December 29, 2014 Tevet 7, 5775
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Phyllis Rubin, JE Feature
If they're playing Hava Nagilah, Tsena Tsena and selections from "Fiddler on the Roof" on saxophones, string bass and accordion, and all the men are dancing together, it's got to be a Jewish wedding, right? Could be, but if sequins, banjos and feathers are involved, it's most likely the Avalon String Band, performing right on Broad Street, New Year's Day...
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Michelle Mostovy-Eisenberg, JE Feature
Adam Cooper has been to Israel four times, with three of those visits taking place in the past two years. But it was his most recent stay, in early November, that still resonates with the 32-year-old Center City resident, an emergency physician at the Philadelphia V.A. Medical Center. From Nov. 8 to Nov. 13, more than a dozen U.S. doctors...
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A former lay leader of the Vaad: The Board of Rabbis of Greater Philadelphia is working on a part-time, interim basis to help restart the organization that essentially shut down this summer after the previous executive director, Rabbi David Gutterman, left his position there. Rabbi Robert Layman took up the post last month of interim executive director, at the offices...
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Children at Beth Tikvah-B'nai Jeshurun Preschool in Erdenheim celebrated Jewish Book Month on Dec. 10 by having stories read to them by area authors of children's books. Featured (from left) are Michelle Farbstein, bookfair chairperson; Dale Orman, author of The Mom Mom Book; and Dolores Goldich, author of I Saw an Ostrich in a Chair. BTBJ held its Jewish book...
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Doing their share of the home cooking (from left), are Bruce Broser, Budd Cohen and Ken Hornstein of the Temple Brith Achim's Men's Club, who recently transformed 10 bushels of apples (approximately 1,200 of them) into hundreds of containers of applesauce. The organization then sold the applesauce as part of a fundraiser during the King of Prussia synagogue's Chanukah gift show.
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