Thursday, December 18, 2014 Kislev 26, 5775
As my ancestors planted before me, so shall I plant for future generations.
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Zara Myers, JE Feature
Some of them were outgoing, with large circles of friends, while others were loners. Some left behind families filled with children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren while others were childless. Though they led disparate lives, 38 individuals who passed away in the Jewish year 5765 also remembered the Jewish community in their wills via the Jewish Federation of Greater Philadelphia by leaving...
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Even as a young man - even before he was a teenager - Dr. Kenneth Levin recalls having an intense interest in Israel and the Middle East. But it was just this summer - after years of writing articles about it primarily for Jewish papers and Hebrew journals - that Levin, also a psychiatrist in private practice, published his first...
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Lubavitch of Bucks County has built a new center in Newtown where the Jews of the community can socialize, hang out, or just sit and sip a cup of Joe. The 18,500-square-foot building - slated to be formerly dedicated on Oct. 2 - will serve as a second home for the Lubavitch group, which prior to the expansion only had...
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Jared Shelly, JE Feature
For Diana Gottlieb, seeing the large ballroom at Beth Emeth-B'nai Yitzhok filled with more than 200 people dancing, singing and talking about the good old days put a smile on her face. She talked with friends she hadn't seen in years, looked through old photo albums and even danced the hora. Gottleib, 77, is the co-president of the Conservative synagogue,...
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Even with 23 organizations already under its belt, the Kehillah of Old York Road is still continuing to grow. Congregation Kol Ami, set to move into a brand-new space on Old York Road this winter - after not having a place to call home for the past 11 years - joined the Kehillah this summer, and brought the number of...
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