Thursday, August 28, 2014 Elul 2, 5774

Lynn B. Edelman

Jewish Federation Feature Writer
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On Sunday, Oct. 26, Gratz College in Elkins Park will be the site of a revolution in Israel education. At 1 p.m. Prof. Kenneth W. Stein, president of the Center for Israel Education in Atlanta, Ga. will present a community lecture on "The Middle East: Pitfalls and Prospects For the Next Administration." Then, at 2 p.m., he will challenge Philadelphia-area...
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It was bashert that Robert Schwartz and Barbara and Jay Satz would become the closest of friends. Their relationship was predestined by a number of fluky family and business connections that they often laugh about during their frequent dinner dates. Barbara Satz recalls growing up in South Philadelphia where she would often encounter Schwartz's great-grandfather walking to shul. "He had...
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When David Magerman was a freshman at the University of Pennsylvania, his father died suddenly. Although raised in a Jewish household, Magerman's Jewish education did not prepare him well enough to mourn his father according to Jewish law. He didn't think it was necessary to say Kaddish or to sit shiva. "I feel as if I failed in my responsibilities...
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Allen Apter considers the Barrer Arts Center in Israel's Ma'alot Tarshicha community to be his "baby." Like any proud parent, Apter and his wife, Helene have been there since the project's birth some 30 years ago, and have supported the center through every stage of its development as the cultural heart of Israel's only Jewish-Arab municipality. The center was one...
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Jeri Zimmerman, director of Federation's Center for Israel and Overseas, recently returned from a visit to Philadelphia's Partnership 2000 communities of Netivot and Sedot Negev. Zimmerman wanted to see firsthand how area residents -- many of whom are living in the direct line of attack from Kassam missiles -- are coping with escalating violence. While riding in a Jeep with...
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Profile

Lynn serves as director of public and corporate communications for the Jewish Federation of Greater Philadelphia.

Media relations is one of her chief responsibilities and greatest loves. Each week, she is responsible for developing feature stories for the Federation section profiling initiatives that have impacted the lives of Jews here, in Israel and in the former Soviet Union.

She also writes about the men and women who volunteer their time, talent and resources to ensure that Federation is able to raise the funds it needs to make a difference.

 

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