Thursday, July 2, 2015 Tammuz 15, 5775

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The Jewish Federation of Greater Philadelphia and the Foundation for Jewish Camp are surveying local families to find out what attracts or deters them from Jewish camp. The survey was emailed to about 3,000 area families who participate in PJ Library, a national initiative that mails free books with Jewish themes to young children. Brian Mono, director of the Federation's...
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Though never much of a hiker, Avi Lazar will be traveling to Tanzania on Aug. 26 where he'll attempt to climb the more than 19,000-foot-tall Mt. Kilimanjaro. Though the challenge may loom large -- it will take seven days and up to 50 hours to complete -- Lazar's making the trek for a good cause. The company where he works,...
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More than 13,000 miles. Twenty countries. One tandem bike. This is how Wynnewood couple Len and Susan Lodish have spent their vacations over the last 16 years. They're about to do it again, for the sake of another impressive number: $100,000. That's how much they expect their bike tour will raise for the ALS Association's Greater Philadelphia Chapter. To date,...
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The Narberth-based Kohelet Foundation is teaming up with the national AVI CHAI Foundation to provide up to $3 million in matching funds in an effort to expand the base of donors supporting Jewish day schools throughout North America. This is the first time the local foundation has helped seed the MATCH program, which the Jewish Funders Network and Partnership for...
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Philadelphia lawyer or San Antonio warrior? In the jump ball that is life and careers, Glenn Fine of Melrose Park saw it as no contest when it came to choosing between a career amid the legal courts or on the basketball court. Ultimately he chose law: "At 5 foot 9, I didn't think I had much of a future in...
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