Thursday, September 3, 2015 Elul 19, 5775

Creative quilt project reminds of inroads against Alzheimer's
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Diana Aydin, JE Feature
Alison Berger was only a young child when her grandfather, Michael Steinberg, was diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease. Before his diagnosis, Berger remembered that he liked gummy worms and would sing the song "Button Up Your Overcoat." "Of course, it would've been wonderful if he didn't have the disease," said Berger, 27, a research assistant. "But I feel like I was...
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A Thanksgiving treat of hope
By:
Diana Aydin, JE Feature
Several months after his youngest child was born, Adam Miller wanted to donate the baby items his infant son had outgrown -- a diaper pail, baby swing and toys. "People are used to dropping stuff off to a Goodwill," said Miller, 33, president of the software firm AmeriCardGold. "They see these big trash bags, and they just literally dump them...
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By:
Jared Shelly, JE Feature
Before each game this season -- while lacing up their cleats, stretching a bit or running a few laps -- players on the Jack M. Barrack Hebrew Academy soccer team took a moment to look at the photo. Each time Zach Pomerantz saw it, he said he realized how lucky he was to have his freedom. It made Raphael Menko...
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Going green goes great for area developer
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Frank Rosci, JE Feature
The first office building in South Jersey to go "green" by going solar for its day-to-day electrical energy needs debuted last month. Kevon II, the office center conceived and developed in Pennsauken by Philadelphia-based real estate developer Ken Kaiserman, is up with a solid plan in motion to book tenants, and with expectations to be running on environmentally friendly technology...
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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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