Friday, July 11, 2014 Tammuz 13, 5774
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The Kehillah of Chester County serves up a winning leadership dinner in Phoenixville.
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An area native awaits the publication of her second novel, set in the Yemen of 1920; the Golden Slipper Clubs & Charities announces the honorees for its annual gala; and a local human rights activist with an international imprint is named to receive a coveted award from the National Historical Marian Anderson Museum and Society.
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The festivities are many as congregants and community gather to honor Rabbi Seymour Rosenbloom as he nears retirement from Congregation Adath Jeshurun, scheduled at the end of next month, when he will pick up the title of “distinguished service rabbi.” Here, the much lauded religious leader (left) is joined at the synagogue’s celebratory Torah Fund Brunch by Arnold Eisman, chancellor...
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Family affair — that was the reunion attended by five generations of the Tabas family. Some 70 members from across the country gathered locally at a brunch to help the Jewish Relief Agency’s goal of giving food and staples relief to those in need. Baron Tabas Hantig (left), 9, of Villanova, and Sammy Rosenberg, 8, of Marlton, N.J., lend a...
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With a bid of $88 billion, Lewis Katz and “Gerry” Lenfest won the auction of the parent company of the Philadelphia Inquirer and Philadelphia Daily News.
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