Monday, September 15, 2014 Elul 20, 5774

Q:After spending the better part of two decades grappling with health-policy issues at the federal and local governmental level, do you now find yourself in a dream job, where you're simply supposed to give money away to worthy causes? A:"It is a dream job. It's a huge opportunity to be able to have an impact on the problems and issues...
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Thanks to brand-new funding in the form of a grant, the staff at Stern Hebrew High School will be working with the Jewish Agency for Israel to come up with some innovative programs, activities, speakers and trips to help students learn about the value of Israel, and how to advocate affectively for it. According to head of school Rabbi Moshe...
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Dr. Joel L. Naroff , JE Feature
It seems as if the economic world turns upside down every few weeks. The economy seems strong, but then we get a series of soft numbers and everyone panics. Then, when the consensus forms around a soft spot, job growth soars. Okay, so we don't have a soft spot. But then the employment report turns ugly once again and interest...
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Zara Myers, JE Feature
Golfers didn't only respond to an eagle, tennis players to an ace and card players to a full house at the Jewish Federation of Greater Philadelphia's Country Club Days, which were held at the Green Valley, Meadowlands, Philmont and Radnor Valley country clubs in May and June. In addition to the more than $4.9 million pledged by club members to...
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Zara Myers, JE Feature
Fundraising, fashions and a festive lunch filled the bill when Women's Philanthropy of the Jewish Federation of Greater Philadelphia held its annual Federation Allied Jewish Appeal Day at the Green Valley Country Club on June 2. At the event, more than $186,000 was raised by the 130 women who attended for Federation's 2005 annual campaign, which reaches out to help...
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