Monday, September 1, 2014 Elul 6, 5774
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Nearly a year after Hillel held a groundbreaking ceremony at Temple University to symbolically mark the start of construction on a new Jewish center there, students, donors and officials gathered for a short celebration marking the actual commencement of demolition and construction. A project long in the works, the 13,000-square-foot Edward H. Rosen Hillel Center is expected to be completed...
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Rabbi Menachem Schmidt said that he had no idea he was even being considered for a fellowship from a major foundation. But several weeks ago, the founder of the Lubavitch House at the University of Pennsylvania learned that he had been awarded a $225,000 grant to a project of his choosing. At a March 12 press conference at its New...
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Aaron Passman
It was all hard hats and "Hatikvah" last Monday in Bryn Mawr at a groundbreaking ceremony for the Raymond and Ethel Goldberg Tennis Center on the future campus of the Jack M. Barrack Hebrew Academy, formerly Akiba Hebrew Academy. Board of directors president Jay Dorsch led the May 12 ceremony, which included remarks from several Barrack co-chairs and community leaders...
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Members of Congregation Mishkan Shalom's Israel Committee hope that by choosing to display the works of both Israeli and Palestinian artists in their synagogue, they can help further a communal dialogue about the troubled state of Middle East peace efforts, and perhaps focus the discussion on the hardships that the ongoing conflict imposes on both parties. "Both Sides of Peace,"...
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Jerry "Dutch" Forstater knows a thing or two about security. The 54-year-old native of the Olney section of Philadelphia has designed surveillance and communications systems for correctional facilities, courthouses, government buildings, hospitals and even nuclear power plants. Professional Systems Engineering, the Lansdale-based firm that he founded in 1986, is also currently a consultant for "perimeter security" at the Philadelphia International...
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