Saturday, November 22, 2014 Heshvan 29, 5775

Some summer swimming tips
It's a startling fact that as many as 1,000 spinal-cord injuries occur each year due to diving in shallow water. With swimming pools officially opening nationwide this past weekend, millions of American families need to think first before diving in for some summer fun. According to the ThinkFirst National Injury Prevention Foundation and the North American Spine Society, 90 percent...
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Think about one central place where shoppers can find all the ingredients for a gourmet dinner, pick up a fresh floral centerpiece to adorn the table, and even purchase cookware and dishes to prepare and serve the meal. This possibility comes a little closer to reality with the openings of two Wegmans stores in the South Jersey area. The supermarket...
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The Raymond and Ruth Perelman Jewish Day School's 50th anniversary celebration turned out to be the largest fundraising event in its history, netting the institution roughly $4 million. "We are trying to reach the community with the message that day schools are part of the normal scene of American life, and more and more in the community are supporting us,"...
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Wisconsin is a hole-in-one destination
Ever spend a Sunday afternoon watching golf on TV, wishing you could play the same lush fairways as the pros? Well, you don't need a tour card, corporate sponsorship or a private jet to Pebble Beach. Just come to Wisconsin. Thanks to its rolling, wooded landscape and name-designer courses, the Badger State has recently hosted some of the biggest events...
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Rebecca Gerewitz, 14, enjoyed her recent trip to Israel so much that she has not one favorite part, but two. The first was a Saturday-night boat ride near Tiberias, where she and classmates from Abrams Hebrew Academy in Yardley got to dance to Israeli music. Up next on her list was a trip to a rehabilitation hospital for Israeli soldiers...
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