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The 48th annual Home and Art Tour of Philadelphia Israel Bonds Women’s Division was a great way to put out the welcome mat for Bernice Rosenfeld, honored at the event, which featured abodes in the Rittenhouse Square area. Back, from left, are Joy Novick and Anna Green, Women’s Division chairs; and front, from left, Terry Katz, Home and Art Tour...
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Best-selling area authors (from left) Pam Jenoff, Robin Black, Elise Juska and Nomi Eve know their art chapter and verse, which made them ideal candidates to discuss their work at the first Lit Lunch program, held at Fork in Society Hill. It was all part of the opening session of the just-formed Open Book, the brainchild of Lynn Rosen, retired...
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Students from the Kellman Brown Academy, a Jewish day school in South Jersey, couldn’t pass up the opportunity to take part in the NFL Play 60 Challenge, which has participants exercise 60 minutes each day. Top performers got a chance to work out with members of the Philadelphia Eagles at the NovaCare Complex. The project, sponsored by the American Heart...
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Raise the roof for a groundbreaking! That’s exactly what they did — figuratively — on June 1 at Adath Israel in Merion Station where (from left) Hineni Campaign chairs Lisa Sandler, Melissa Greenberg and Debbie Gross dug into the task — hardhats and all — at the official groundbreaking ceremony.
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Some 900 men and women showed up for the American Heart Association’s 11th annual Go Red for Women Luncheon and Health Expo at the Philadelphia Marriott. The luncheon brought in more than $1 million, which will go toward the area’s heart disease and stroke research as well as education. Seeing Red (from left) are Geoffrey Klein, Emmy Miller, Donna Allie...
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