Wednesday, September 3, 2014 Elul 8, 5774
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While Memorial Day honors those individuals who fought and died for the United States, Veterans Day is set aside to acknowledge those who served in the various branches of the military. Consider it a national day of thanks -- a day set aside to remember and show some appreciation for sacrifices made. Across the country this past Sunday, the day...
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Zach Pontz, JE Feature
As a schoolboy growing up in Weiden, a city located at the time in the U.S.-occupied zone of Germany, near the Czechoslovak border, Dr. Michael Brenner often found himself one of only two Jews present in class. Michael Brenner often found himself one of only two Jews present in class. The problem was, as he put it, "the other Jew...
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Elaine Glass teaches Jacob Werner (left) and David Murphy how to braid challah during a "Discover Shabbat!" program at Reform Congregation Keneseth Israel's Blue Bell Campus. Part of K.I.'s new "Discover Judaism!," the series for children ages 4 through 7 continues with "Discover Chanukah!" at 5 p.m. on Thursday, Dec. 6. For more information, call 215-887-8704.
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Lori Samlin Miller, JE Feature
In August, two college students from the Delaware Valley area participated in a different sort of Birthright Israel program. They were among 11 individuals with physical disabilities, who, along with the assistants they'd selected, enjoyed the usual stuff of a trip; they pressed grapes at a winery, visited Mount Herzl, saw Yad Vashem and even had time for the mall...
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It's no secret that a college education is getting harder and harder to afford. The Golden Slipper Club and Charities has helped in that regard, offering scholarships since the early 1940s. Now, in the hopes of providing more substantial assistance to deserving students with an economic need, as well as increasing the prestige of its awards, the charitable organization has...
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