August 27, 2008 RSS feed / Local News

MEET SETH BELSON…

Oh the buzzing of the bees in the hives and apple trees

AGE: 43 FAMILY: Wife, Mary Paula. Parents, Elaine and Sheldon. Chocolate Labrador retriever, Kona. HOBBIES: An Eagles fan who makes red wine, pickles and jam. More...

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Campers cherish memories

JCC campers shared experiences that will last a lifetime. Enjoying a moment at the end of camp were (front, from left), Avital Steinberg and Bayla Segeren with (rear, from left), Melissa Pooner and Paulina Levner. More...

JFCS hosts breast cancer panel

Samost Jewish Family & Children's Service of Southern New Jersey held a panel on the Weinberg Jewish Community Campus about breast cancer and wellness. Panelists were (from left), Dr. More...

Golfers help children

The Sixteenth Annual Mercedes-Benz Dealer Championship Golf Tournament raised $232,000 for The Children's Regional Hospital at Cooper. More...

Three religions focus at CCC

Camden County College's Fall 2008 free public lecture series, "Abraham's Children: The History of Judaism, Christianity and Islam," will explore the origins and stress the similarities of the three religions. Coordinated by CCC Professor John L. More...

Pomegranate Guild making postcards

The Pomegranate Guild of Judaic Needlework will make Judaic fabric postcards at its opening meeting on Wednesday, Sept. 3 at 7 p.m. The event will be held at Cong. M'kor Shalom, 850 Evesham Rd., Cherry Hill. More...

Tuskegee Airmen help JCP

Two members of the famed Tuskegee Airmen helped the Jewish Camden Partnership raise $25,000 at the JCP's Second Annual Golf Tournament at the Ramblewood Country Club. More...

BBYO teens help bring the fun to Katz JCC Carnival Night

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Jewish Community Voice Among the 40 or so BBYO teens volunteering at the Katz JCC Adult Dept's Carnival Night are (from left), Dana Schwarz, Sharon Leshner, Amy Pearl and Shana Honig, who helped serve dinner and partnered 3 the adult dancers. More...

TBS hosts country fair

An evening filled with food and country fair activities drew more than 350 to Temple Beth Sholom. The fun included a petting zoo, sack races, kids corral moon bounce, country music and "Boker Tov, Modeh Ani" rooster craft. More...

Doctor raises Darfur awareness

Dr. Jerry Ehrlich, a Cherry Hill pediatrician, meets with Musa (left) and Hamed, two Darfurian refugees living in Israel. More...

Beth El to launch nat'l program for teen girls

The Cong. Beth El Sisterhood has funded "Rosh Hodesh: It's A Girl Thing!," a nationally recognized, award winning program for adolescent girls in grades 6-12. More...

Rabbi Arnowitz in leadership program

Rabbi Jeffrey Arnowitz, of Cong. Beth El, has been selected as one of 18 rabbis from across the country to participate in the 2008-2009 STAR PEER Executive Leadership Program. More...

Lions Gate offers retirement seminars

Lions Gate is offering free seminars to help people ages 40 and up prepare for a healthy and happy retirement. Professionals in senior care will be available to answer questions. More...

Woodbury Cong. Beth Israel offers well-rounded Jewish education

(This article was inadvertely omitted from the Aug. More...

Rabin Hadassah to host Pollock

Joy E. Pollock, chair of the National Constitution Committee, will be the featured speaker at the opening meeting of the Rabin Chapter of Hadassah. The event will be held on Monday, Sept. 8 at 7:30 p.m. More...

Israeli investing focus of program

Investing in Israel will be the focus of a networking session on Thursday, Sept. 18 in Princeton. "Israel's Financial Market: A Unique Opportunity for Investors" will be held at the Nassau Inn from 6-8 p.m. More...