Monday, July 28, 2014 Av 1, 5774

Zara Myers

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Signs have begun appearing on the lawns of various synagogues, agencies and schools from the Main Line to the Northeast and through the Old York Road corridor as well. Their message? "It's time for Super Sunday 2006." The message the signs relay: "A New Year. A New Day. A Day of Giving." Hands on either side of the words reach...
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Teen attendance is expected to be on the increase for the Jewish Federation of Greater Philadelphia's Super Sunday 2006 on Feb. 12, because of new initiatives that have been planned just for them. "It's important to bring this population into the Jewish community, and help them understand what Super Sunday is and have them feel that they are part of...
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Holocaust survivor, author and lecturer Gerda Klein spoke to thousands of students in the Lower Merion School District last week and challenged them - by using her life story as a model - to feed the hungry so that "no child should know hunger like I did." "She has spent her life striving for human rights throughout the world," proclaimed...
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It's time to make phone calls - and make a difference. The Jewish Federation of Greater Philadelphia's Super Sunday - the largest, single day of volunteerism and fundraising in the Jewish community - will be held on Sunday, Feb. 12. "Super Sunday is an opportunity to be part of a community-wide effort to raise millions of dollars for Jewish education,...
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"Teach a child in the way he should go, and he will not stray from it even when he gets older," says the Bible. "We all know that the rabbis felt that educating the youngest members of the next generation was critical if the Jewish people were to survive," said Maddy Malis, president and CEO of Federation Early Learning Services."They...
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