Wednesday, October 22, 2014 Tishri 28, 5775
Mitzvah Heroes: The Old York Road Kehillah
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We always hear about children preparing for their Bar/Bat Mitzvahs by including a mitzvah project. But what happens when the congregation and its leaders turn the tables and do the mitzvah for a child about to enter Jewish adulthood? 
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Mitzvah Hero Allison Aaron
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From the age of 12 to just before she started college this semester, Allison Aaron has devoted her Friday nights to helping lead Shabbat services at senior living residence in Montgomery County.
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Mitzvah Heroes: the pre-k students at Reform Congregation Keneseth Israel
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With the help of their teachers and family members, the pre-k students at Reform Congregation Keneseth Israel in Elkins Park raised more than $300 for the Ronald McDonald House.
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Mitzvah Hero Andy Scolnick
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Stolen walker or wheelchair? Andy Scolnick is at the rescue, donating replacements from his Feasterville-based medical supply business.
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For 81-year-old Estelle Cohen, who lives by herself in a small apartment in Northeast Philadelphia, life can be lonely. Her children and grandchildren are all grown up, and while she does regularly talk with her family, day to day she often finds herself alone. When her doorbell rings on Thursday afternoons, however, Cohen knows she'll be in for a little...
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