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The Gershman Y decided not to renew the contract of executive director Linda Steinberg to go in "a different direction," the board president says.
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Parents and children in the Yardley area volunteered side by side to put together 100 packages of donated breakfast goods for seniors in need.
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Salsa and kugel? It's an apt name for the latest series of networking events in the works under a year-old group that's continuing efforts to forge alliances in both political and cultural arenas.
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The president of the largest Hispanic faith-based nonprofit in the country is on a mission to bolster ties between Israel and 15 million Latino evangelicals — and he's even got the Israeli prime minister on board.
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Eric Berger and Bryan Schwartzman, JE Staff
A national advocacy group for agunot vaguely announced that a Lower Merion Orthodox woman was finally "free" after a multi-year, well-publicized campaign for a religious divorce. But her husband says he didn't give her a get.
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