Thursday, October 2, 2014 Tishri 8, 5775
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A national nonprofit recently sent eight fellows to Philly as part of a new 10-month long Jewish service-learning program designed to build connections among organizations and encourage others to volunteer.
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The rabbi who spent the past three years working to make the Modern Orthodox institution more innovative and open to non-Orthodox Jews is leaving immediately, the school announced.
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Pennsylvania politicians across the political spectrum are agreeing on at least one thing these days: the importance of keeping the Israeli Consulate in Philadelphia open.
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Perelman Jewish Day School is launching a new financial assistance program aimed at helping families who make too much to qualify for other aid packages but still struggle to afford the private school tuition.
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A new Orthodox high school for boys hoping to open next fall on the Main Line already has a site, a name and a principal. And when organizers hosted an open house to gauge interest last week, more than 150 people showed up.
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