Thursday, July 2, 2015 Tammuz 15, 5775
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And all that jazz sure attracted a pre-Shabbat crowd to a Friday concert sponsored by Art After Five and the Israeli JazzPhest, with a major boost from the Consulate General of Israel, at the Philadelphia Museum of Art. Last week’s gathering included the talents of Reut Regev on trombone and prominent pianist Burton Greene.
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And, now, Bill Rubinsohn, for your 50th anniversary — a free trip! Those wishing Rubinsohn, president of Rubinsohn Travel in Jenkintown, the best upon his golden anniversary in the travel industry, probably had something else in mind. Sharing the moment with him at a surprise party planned by his wife, Deborah (third from left), are Amy Rubinsohn, Sue Warsaw, Elaine...
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No generation gap for the AMIT Philadelphia Council/Shira Chapter with its festive annual Generations-In-Israel event held at the home of Amy Erlbaum. Honored for their diligence and commitment are Sara Bleier (third from left), AMIT life member as well as chapter treasurer, and Kayla Bleier (left), most recent life member, joined by family members Josh (second from left) and Joey.
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The Lasting Legacy Award dinner benefitting Green Tree School & Services left a lasting impression on the 300-plus members of the crowd gathered to fete Stephen Harmelin of Dilworth Paxson. Not only did the attorney receive the first Legacy Award but he and his wife, Julia (right), announced the establishment of the Stephen and Julia Harmelin Fund for the Arts...
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The Friends of the IDF Pennsylvania/Southern N.J. Chapter and Congregation Beth Or’s Israel Committee are presenting a tribute to lone soldiers and parents from the region in September.
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