Wednesday, October 1, 2014 Tishri 7, 5775

Nannies are much in demand in these double-income times
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Frank Rosci, JE Feature
Whether out of economic necessity or personal and professional drive -- or a combination of both -- more and more couples, and singles, with young children, work outside the home these days. There are a variety of reasons why these parents, and guardians as well, require and request, from time to time, help raising/safeguarding kids at home. Such situations pose...
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Gari Julius Weilbacher is personally and professionally committed to fulfilling the mitzvah of hachnassat orchim (welcoming guests) to the Jewish community. The managing director of InterFaithways, who is married to a man raised in the Catholic faith, strives to help interfaith couples and their extended families make positive Jewish connections. This is the central theme behind InterFaithways' second annual Interfaith...
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Pennsylvania State Senator Mike Stack traveled to the Raymond and Miriam Klein JCC in Northeast Philadelphia on Oct. 23 to discuss long-term care options for Pennsylvania older adults and to announce increased funding for the five Naturally Occurring Retirement Communities (NORCs) located throughout the Keystone State. The $200,000 in new funding will also be used to help start new NORCs...
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The belt-tightening in corporate America is likely to continue in response to the nation's economic woes, magnified earlier this week with its response to an Asian economy meltdown. But, in a slower economy, it's more important than ever for business professionals to sharpen their competitive edge through ongoing training. Looking for a cost-effective way to continue to improve your company's...
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Roy S. Gutterman, JE Feature
A few months ago, I voluntarily took myself out of the running for president. Sure, I was not a viable candidate, and being single did not help either. I admit that. And the call to join up as a vice presidential running mate never came, even though my "Batphone" is almost always on. But, at the risk of being labeled...
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