Friday, July 3, 2015 Tammuz 16, 5775
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Aaron Passman, Staff Writer
At the Jack M. Barrack Hebrew Academy in Bryn Mawr, they're getting ready for the onslaught of students that comes with the start of each new academic year: Carpets are being shampooed, floors cleaned and buffed, and walls repainted. In addition, every surface -- whether it be desktop, bathroom door, locker, door knob, telephone, keyboard or any other area that...
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Six Local Shuls Get Schechter Awards Six synagogues from around the Philadelphia area were recently recognized with Solomon Schechter Awards by the United Synagogue of Conservative Judaism. The recognition honors any number of endeavors, including education, outreach, fundraising efforts, and variations in worship and ritual. They are named in honor of the man who founded the USCJ nearly 100 years...
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A program that paints the city in a colorful light sees a milestone
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Aaron Passman, Staff Writer
If you left Philadelphia 25 years ago and haven't had a chance to return, you might not recognize it today. Rather than City Hall being the tallest building, with William Penn towering above, a host of skyscrapers jut into the air; to the south, Veterans Stadium has been replaced by a pair of newer sports facilities; and many street corners...
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Miriam Moody is working on her pronunciation of the consonant-laden word "Dnepropetrovsk" -- the name of Ukraine's third-largest city. Moody, who graduated in May from the University of Rochester and grew up in the Chestnut Hill section of Philadelphia, has reason to bone up on her Russian. Next week, the 22-year-old is set to leave for a year in the...
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Dickinson College in Carlisle, Pa., has been selected by Hillel: The Foundation for Jewish Campus Life for participation in its "Small and Mighty" program, which seeks out elite liberal-arts institutions where Jewish life is on the rise. Dickinson's Hillel -- the only one chosen in Pennsylvania -- was among seven schools picked for inclusion this year; the others are Amherst/Smith...
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