Tuesday, May 24, 2016 Iyyar 16, 5776

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Daniel Schere | JE Feature
One of Israel’s efforts toward making its water usage more efficient and environmentally sustainable came to fruition in 2005 with the construction of the Ashkelon Desalination Plant on the Mediterranean coast. There are now four plants with a fifth scheduled to open later this year at Ashdod.
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Liz Spikol | JE Staff
Sylvia Kauders kept on acting right up until her death at the age of 94.
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JTA
Hebraica Macabi, a basketball team founded by members of Uruguay’s Jewish community, won its second championship in the country’s professional league.
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Marissa Stern | JE Staff
Blogging mother-daughter duo Ellen Resnick and Jenna Gebel hope to help others explore their own relationships with their mothers and daughters.
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Marcy Shoemaker, Psy.D. | JE Feature
We can start shaping our own legacy by first learning about people who changed the world because they believed strongly in their convictions and not to be famous or gain recognition. It is surprising to learn about individuals who made instrumental changes in society and are not widely known or studied today.
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