Friday, July 11, 2014 Tammuz 13, 5774

The dramatic changes that have occurred in American society over the last 30 years have come to affect the composition of the family and, in turn, to change how offspring are cared for. For example, for several decades now, there has been a dramatic increase in the number of children living with and being cared for full time by their...
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In the Dec. 6 story, "And the Oil Lasted Eight Nights ... Let's Hear More About Chanukah," Rabbi Robyn Frisch was misidentified as rabbi educator at Rodeph Shalom in Center City. She currently teaches adult-education classes at several locations in the Philadelphia area.
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By:
Jared Shelly, JE Feature
Just 13 years after first holding prayer sessions in rented space or in congregants' homes, Kehilat HaNahar, The Little Shul by the River, is close to reaching a $250,000 fundraising goal to upgrade its facilities. The New Hope synagogue is planning to use the money to put on a new roof, repave a worn driveway and blacktop the parking lot,...
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Martins Run Rabbi Meryl Crean was recently invited to give a sermon at an interfaith service held at St. Pius X Church in Broomall. The service is an annual event held by the Marple-Newtown Clergy Association in support of the Life Center of Eastern Delaware County, a shelter in Upper Darby. Pictured, from left, are (front row) Natalie Grey, Hadassah...
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Local philanthropist and communal activist Irvin Borowsky, 83, was recently recognized by The Wall Street Journal in its Encore feature series for his "post-retirement" work with the National Liberty Museum in Philadelphia. Borowsky, a first-generation American born to Polish émigrés, founded the museum off Second Street in Old City in January 2000 to help defuse prejudice and bigotry in the...
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