Tuesday, June 2, 2015 Sivan 15, 5775
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Area children gave of their time and supplies to benefit Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia at a recent yard sale. From left: David Meles, a 4th grader at Abrams Hebrew Academy; Tova Weiss Meles and Ruthie Meles, a 5th grader at Abrams Hebrew Academy; Ethan Volin, a 5th grader studying at Beth Sholom Congregation Hebrew School, Irian Blitshtein Volin and Vanessa...
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Mix the letters in Tom Peled’s (top right) last name and you almost come up with what he does to promote good health in Israel. Well, almost: He was here to pedal his cause, Bike for the Fight, which aids and abets the Israel Cancer Research Fund. He stopped off during his travels as “spokes”-person for the cause at a...
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The National Liberty Museum celebrates the heroes of history and, with its Heroes of Liberty Gala, more contemporary figures. Along with TD Bank, the museum recently hosted its 12th event. Figuring in to the festivities are (from left) Brian and Cindy Effron; Gwen Borowsky, museum CEO; and Cindy and David Gruber. The function raised $150,000 for the museum’s educational programs.
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Moriah Tobin has just been cast in the lead of Annie , the award-winning musical being performed in a joint production by Beth Sholom Congregation and Congregation Adath Jeshurun in Elkins Park on Feb. 7, 9 and 10. During the summer, Moriah, 11, a Hebrew school student at Adath Jeshurun, starred as Baby June in the Actors Net production of...
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David Carel , a 2009 Barrack Hebrew Academy grad now a senior at Yale University, has been selected as a 2013 Rhodes Scholar, just one of 32 chosen nationally. Carel, who has led projects targeting HIV/AIDS educational programs to susceptible youngsters in the Kwazulu-Natel section of South Africa, is working on a degree in economics. Chosen as a Yale Global...
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