April 1, 2015 RSS feed / Voice at the Shore

Shore residents gather to watch, discuss Israeli election results

The Katz JCC in Margate served as Israeli Election Headquarters for the shore on Tuesday evening, March 17, as 71 people—including around 20 high school students from the Kulanu School of Jewish Studies—gathered to watch and discuss elect More...

Shabbat Candlelighting Times for the Shore:

Friday, April 3 - 7:06 p.m.  Friday, April 10 - 7:13 p.m.   More...

5K run/health walk to benefit Seashore Gardens

Run or walk for a good cause at the 5th Annual Seashore Gardens 5K Run & Health Walk on Sunday, April 26, on the Atlantic City Boardwalk at Resorts Casino Hotel. More...

Becoming a camp counselor in Israel through P2G

FEDERATION AT THE SHORE

Kefiada—an Israel-Partnership2Gether (P2G) program that allows college students to spend the summer in Israel as camp counselors—is one of the most exciting opportunities that you, our donors, make possible for young people in our communi More...

Hadassah led service honoring namesake at Beth Judah

Hadassah (Hebrew for “Esther”) is the hero of Purim. More...

Dulac honored for helping kids make a difference

Laura Dulac was the honoree for the American Association of University Women’s 2015 Annual Woman of Distinction Award Luncheon last month at the Linwood Country Club. More...

Scholar-in-Residence to discuss “Pastrami and Pickles”

Does just the mention of pastrami and pickles make your mouth water?  More...

Community Event Calendar

MONDAY, APRIL 6  BERON-JOAS  Passover Celebration, with kosher holiday meal and traditional Seder, starting at 12 noon. Cost: $2. Location: The Rosin Center at the Herman Pogachefsky Pavilion, 1102 Atlantic Ave., Atlantic City. More...

Chabad Torah course explores Judaism’s relevance in modern life

Coming straight after the busy Passover holiday season, Chabad at the Shore is re-launching a weekly Torah studies class that will explore Judaism’s relevance in modern life.  More...

Local “Women of Valor” honored for community contributions

It was impossible not to feel awed and inspired at Beth El Synagogue’s Woman of Valor Celebration, which honored the contributions of more than 20 local women, representing numerous community groups, synagogues and organizations. More...

Community Yom HaShoah service set for April 14

“Yom HaShoah: Unto Every Person There is a Name,” our community’s annual service commemorating the six million Jewish victims of the Holocaust, will take place at Congregation Beth Israel on Tuesday, April 14, at 7 p.m.  More...

Beyond the classroom – life lessons for teens through travel

At 15 years old, most American teenagers are learning algebraic equations, reading Shakespeare and tweeting about the most recent pop-culture trend. More...

Beth Israel teen wins NFTY creative writing contest

“A big reason I love being Jewish is because of the community. I love being with the other people who are part of this community. More...

For the Record:

A photo caption that ran with a story on Page VS-5 on March 4 was incorrect. The picture, taken at the opening of the Jewish Black Relationship History exhibit at the Thomas Beesley House on February 8 misidentified Davida Ross. More...

JCC Kids Fest featured sports and fitness

Hundreds of area kids and their parents learned new ways to stay healthy and fit at the Katz JCC’s Kids Sports and Fitness Festival last month in Margate. More...

Kid’s Calendar

FRIDAY, APRIL 10  BETH JUDAH - VENTNOR  Tot Shabbat Services, 5:30 p.m. The entire community is welcome. For more information, contact Ethel Levinson at (609) 822- 7116, extension 102.  BETH EL – MAINLAND  More...

Obituaries

MAX FENDRICH of Ventnor passed away at home on Monday afternoon, March 16, at the age of 100.5. More...

Support synagogues through Spring-cleaning

Do you have stuff that you don’t need or want that someone else would? Why not sell it or donate it?  More...