Sunday, July 13, 2014 Tammuz 15, 5774
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With more than 5,000 people attending the Philadelphia Antiques Show, those attending its preview party got a terrific sneak peek at the ageless items on display at the Pennsylvania Convention Center. Previewing the exhibits (from left) are Jill and Sheldon Bonovitz, joined by Joan Johnson from the show and Designers Circle member Barbara Eberlein.
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Gloria Hochman of Wynne­wood has earned the first-place Journalistic Achievement Award in the newspaper category from the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery. Her article on “A Major Make­over in the Field” was published by The Philadelphia Inquirer last year; Hochman, who has won 28 journalism awards and is a also a best-selling author, is a contributing writer to the...
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Those supporting JAFCO— Jewish Adoption and Foster Care Options — sprung into action for the agency’s annual Spring Into Summer Luncheon, which, among other announcements, proclaimed the org’s Woman of Valor. From left: Luncheon co-chairs Lana Greene, Brooke Rounick and Liza Fischer, joined by emcee Amy Buckman of 6ABC. Funds raised at the event are earmarked for the JAFCO Children's...
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Paul’s Run Retirement Community in the Northeast, a service of Liberty Lutheran, played host to a Bat Mitzvah celebration for 16 senior residents recently, affording women who didn’t have the opportunity to take part in the rite of passage earlier to do so now. Here, Rabbi Intern Anne Feibelman — who gets her ordination on June 9 — offers one...
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Dana Senderoff of Cherry Hill, N..J., has been named a Syracuse University Scholar, the paramount undergrad academic honor accorded by the school. Senderoff is graduating as a biology major with a nutrition science minor. A nationally recognized expert on Jews and the role they played in the Civil War, Rabbi Lance Sussman of Reform Congregation Keneseth Israel in Elkins Park...
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