Saturday, July 26, 2014 Tammuz 28, 5774
So, what’s new? Pondering the question is Sue Weiner (right), coordinator for the Klein Active Adult Center in Elkins Park; Barbara Shotz (center), vice president of the Klein JCC‚ co-operator of KAAC with Montgomery County Aging and Adults Services; and Joanne Beck, assistant coordinator, as the three discuss new options and upcoming programs on what is a revamped schedule for...
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Jonathan S. Tobin , senior online editor of Commentary magazine and past editor of the Jewish Exponent, was part of a national panel discussing “Twenty Years After Oslo: Where Next for U.S. Policy?” along with Daniel Pipes, president, Middle East Forum; Aaron David Miller, vice president for New Initiatives and Distinguished Scholar, Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars; and Elan...
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H. Ronald Klasko , founding partner of Klasko, Rulon, Stock & Seltzer, LLP, has been named chair of the EB-5 Investor Committee of the American Immigration Lawyers Association, a position he has held three previous times. Arlene Fickler has been named president of the board of Temple Beth Zion-Beth Israel. An attorney, she is a partner with Schnader Harrison Segal...
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Well, the Phillies may have fallen flat but these choir members from Main Line Reform Temple — under the guidance of pitch-perfect Cantor Marshall Portnoy (NOT the guy in the green fur) — were sharp and hit all the base notes performing at a Phils-Nationals game as part of an MLRT night out at the Park. The score? The choir,...
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Easy riders? That’s (from left) Ed Opall, Dan Goldberg, David Edman and Scott Berger, participants in the first road trip of the Main Line Reform Temple Cycling Club. Not pictured is a member with the perfect name for the task: Steve Handleman.
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