Wednesday, September 2, 2015 Elul 18, 5775
Are you going to Jewish Heritage Night on Tuesday, Aug. 7? We know that you've already gone online at www.jewishphilly.org and ordered your tickets. Perhaps, you've already selected your fav­orite team jersey to wear to the evening. What you probably haven't considered is what to wear atop your head that will show your true identity as a Jewish Phillies fan...
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Yuval Yarden, Jewish Federation Feature
Relationships matter to college students. Hillel student leaders at Temple University are building meaningful friendships through a wide range of experiences -- from a student's first on-campus Shabbat ­celebration, or a latke-eating contest during Chanukah, to an unforgettable Purim celebration. From community service to community building, Temple students are creating a vibrant Jewish community on campus. Student achievements are many...
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You can now turn your car or truck into a charitable contribution to the Jewish Federation of Greater Philadelphia. Federation works with a car donation processor, which makes all the arrangements at no cost to you. You'll receive a letter for tax return purposes that will indicate the amount for which your vehicle sold. The proceeds from the sale will...
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Wear your identity as a Jewish Phillies fan during Jewish Heritage Night on Tuesday, Aug. 7 at Citizens Bank Park. Show your team spirit from head to toe with your very own MLB sanctioned Phillies Klipped Kippah. Created by a high school varsity basketball coach and athletic director, this bright red authentic Phillies yarmulke won't fall off, no matter how...
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Lynn B. Edelman, Jewish Federation Feature
Don't miss out on an extraordinary evening of family entertainment at Citizens Bank Park in South Philadelphia. Tuesday, Aug. 7 is Federation's second annual Jewish Heritage Night -- a time to come together as one community of Jewish Philadelphians for a fun-filled festive night of fellowship, engaging exhibits, music and dance performances, storytelling, kosher snacks, sweet treats and special surprises...
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