Friday, March 6, 2015 AdarI 15, 5775
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The staff of the Jewish Exponent has earned nine more awards as two city press associations named their picks for the best journalism published in 2010. Most notably, the Exponent won best overall weekly coverage from the Philadelphia Press Association, the same distinction the paper has secured for the past two years in the statewide competition run by the Keystone...
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Jamie Levy happens to be the only Jewish player on Shippensburg University's field hockey squad. But next week she'll be surrounded by lots of Jews when the midfielder from Bala Cynwyd is set to compete for the United States at the European Maccabi Games in Vienna, Austria. The 20-year-old from the central Pennsylvania college said that she's looking forward to...
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Members of Congregation Raim Ahuvim will try to solicit donations to repair damage to their Wynnefield Orthodox shul caused by an electrical fire last week, president Marvin Gornish said this week. While no one was injured in the fire, the financial wound it left behind threatens the future of the tiny congregation. Gornish said he wasn't sure how much it...
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Torah Academy Girls High School has received a pledge of $4.5 million toward a future move from its shared home with the Orthodox grade school in Wynnewood to an independent facility, the school recently announced. The magnitude of the gift, from Ted and Phyllis Kosloff, is predicated on the future building being located in or near Lower Merion Township, according...
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The windows of a Wynnefield mansion-turned-Orthodox shul were boarded up Wednesday after an early morning electrical fire damaged the upstairs. Congregation Raim Ahuvim president Marvin Gornish said he wasn't sure what would happen to the building because the dwindling membership had already left them with insufficient funds to carry fire insurance. Fire companies were dispatched to the building on the...
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