Monday, July 25, 2016 Tammuz 19, 5776
A $55,000 donation will fund the digitization of 295 interviews of Holocaust survivors and their families that the Transcending Trauma Project of the Council for Relationships has been compiling.
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The Katz JCC drew more than 350 musical aficionados to its Broadway Live benefit for JCC Camps at Medford, which includes the funding of its Open Hearts/Open Doors program for special needs children. JCC president Donna Bell and the event’s chair, Brad Molotsky (right), get the inside scoop from the show’s producer, Ben Lipitz, who also acted in the show...
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Danielle Cohn (second from right), vice president of marketing and public relations for the Philadelphia Convention & Visitor's Bureau, gets a grand welcome into the Philadelphia Public Relations Association Hall of Fame as its newest inductee. Making her feel right at home (from left) are David Brown, Hall of Famer and luncheon co-chair; Bonnie Grant, president of PPRA; and Ike...
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The Jack M. Barrack Hebrew Academy had much to fete at its “Celebrating a Year of Achievement” gala, including the achievements of its honorees, who are flanked here by Cecily A. Carel (left), school president, and Sharon P. Levin (right), head of school. They are (from left) Lori and Raymond Levin; Avi Watman Katz, Class of ’59; Michele Katz Perloff,...
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Congregation Or Ami of Lafayette Hill shared their time and effort with the communal SHARE Food Program, with congregants Nori Brown (left), Brian Kroker and Judy Steier seen here at a warehouse packing boxes of food for needy clients of the Self Help and Resource program.
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