Saturday, March 28, 2015 Nisan 8, 5775

Determining the amount of money you will need for retirement is a highly personal and complex decision. The goal depends on a number of factors, including the lifestyle you desire, the target retirement age and anticipated life expectancy, according to officials at the Pennsylvania Institute of Certified Public Accountants. The general rule is that you'll need 70 percent of your...
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Philly-based group sets drive for more donors
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Frank Rosci, JE Feature
A focused push to educate people about human tissue donation and garner greater contributions of donor tissue has become the most recent initiative of the National Disease Research Interchange. The Philadelphia-based, nonprofit NDRI -- through its National Resource Center -- works to advance the procurement, preservation and distribution of human cells, tissues and organs for research and transplant. "There is...
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Sure, there are tense times, but there's also something called a spa
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Ben G. Frank, JE Feature
As the road wound up the side of the mountain and into a deep forest that blinded us from seeing so-called civilization, we realized that even in that small country Israel, one can find the ideal spa for badly needed R&R. For to visit Israel as tourist, traveler, vacationer, businessperson or official is to constantly be in a perpetual state...
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Four educators at the Tiferet Bet Israel preschool in Blue Bell have completed a 40-week class in preparation for the Child Development Associate Credential. It involved 120 hours of classroom work, parent evaluations, hands-on projects, and on-the-job supervision and observations. Upon assessment by the Council for Professional Development, the teachers will be awarded six college credits from Montgomery County Community...
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The kids at Camp Gan Yeladeem at Beth Sholom Preschool in Elkins Park are learning about "Art From Around the World" this summer. The children studied different cultures as they explored art and sculpture from various countries. Preschoolers ages 3 to 5 copied paintings, made quilts, handmade their own beads and discovered face-painting.
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