Sunday, May 24, 2015 Sivan 6, 5775
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Fans packed the gala celebrating the opening of “Chasing Dreams: Baseball and Becoming Americans,” at the National Museum of American Jewish History.
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A historic local synagogue brings in a scribe to start work on a new Torah.
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A Penn sociology professor comes out with a new book; a curator at the Philadelphia Museum of Jewish Art is honored with a Penn State Alumni Achievement Award; and the Jewish Social Policy Action Network gets a new executive director, among other notes.
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Andre Krug (left), president and CEO of the Klein JCC, buddies up with Dom Giordano, Philly radio talk-show host, serving as leaders of a tour of Israel put together by Rubinsohn Travel of Jenkintown. Giordano, a mainstay of WPHT’s lineup, and the Klein executive did some live remotes from the Jewish state to hometown radio audiences.
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It was a glittery Stars for Stroke Gala hosted by the Delaware Valley Stroke Council at the Sheraton Society Hill. Shining hopeful at the event — which raised $150,000 for the Council — was Toby Mazer, the organization’s founder, and John Roussis, named Volunteer of the Year.
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