2014-06-11 / Voice at the Shore

Voice at the Shore excitement builds

We hope you enjoy exploring the Jewish Community Voice with our new local insert Voice at the Shore. There is a lot of excitement as the desire to continue a Jewish paper in the local Shore community has now been realized with our new paper and relationship with the Jewish Voice and the Jewish Federation of Southern New Jersey (JFSNJ), which is based in Camden, Burlington, and Gloucester counties.

The Jewish Voice brings its 73 years of award-winning, indepth reporting on regional, national and international Jewish news directly to Shore readers, while the Voice at the Shore supplement offers fresh reporting and coverage of our local Jewish community.

With an expanded readership of more than 10,000 households, the Voice and Voice at the Shore brings our two complementary communities closer together—sharing news and insights while celebrating the unique qualities inherent in each.

Voice at the Shore will evolve with each issue, introducing new features and community voices to our pages. We hope to grow with your continued interest as readers and, with increasing advertising support, we will be able to expand the number of pages to include more news, events, and community feedback.

Speaking of feedback, Voice at the Shore welcomes yours! We will work hard to become your information hub for the South Jersey Shore Jewish community and will look for ways to broaden opportunities for learning, social opportunities, and fun.

Please send your story ideas to Shore Correspondent Ellen Weisman Strenger at ewstrenger@jfedsnj.org

To advertise, please contact Jodie McManmon at (856) 751- 9500, ext. 1217 or jvoice@jfedsnj.org

You may also read the Jewish Voice/Voice at the Shore online at www.jewishvoicesnj.org.

Let us know what you’d like to see in Voice at the Shore! Steven Scherzer & Anne Bullen, Media Committee Co-chairs Jewish Federation of Atlantic & Cape May Counties voice@jewishbytheshore.org

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