Saturday, July 12, 2014 Tammuz 14, 5774
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To your health — and to everyone’s sense of social justice! That was the type of toast that one would have heard at a special reception sponsored by American Associates, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev in Jenkintown. Special speakers: BGU professor Nadav Davidovitch (second from left), addressing the Jewish state’s health care industry, and professor Michael Yudell (left), director of...
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Seals of approval: To mark the renovations that led to the conversion of the former Temple Shalom of Levittown into the Easter Seals of Southeastern Pennsylvania building after the charitable org purchased the edifice, Easter Seals — which serves as a resource for disabled children — hosted Temple Shalom Day. Among the scores of those drawn to the brunch ceremony...
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Gary Borger , founding partner of Borger Matez P.A., in Cherry Hill, N.J., a leading divorce and family law firm in South Jersey, participated in a panel discussion of “Sheridan and the Innocent Spouse,” hosted by the New Jersey Association for Justice Educational Foundation, Inc. B’nai B’rith Educators Unit #5290 is honoring the following standouts in their field on May...
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Hall of fame inductees and a "Most Marriageable Professor" in this week's newsmakers.
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Sensations at the Soiree — that was (from left) Jeffrey and Michelle Barrack and Robin and Greg Zappin, attending Simon’s Soiree: An Affair for the Heart. It all benefitted Simon’s Fund, named after the infant whose sudden death in 2005 from cardiac arrhythmia sparked the creation of the org — which funds free heart screenings for kids in the region...
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