July 6, 2016 RSS feed / Local News

Cherry Hill native aspires to guide millennial Jews back to the spiritual

MEET MICHAEL PERICE…

FAMILY: Parents Eileen and Sal; brother Joe, 28, and sister Leanne, 26 FAVORITE RAPPERS: Beastie Boys and Eminem FAVORITE SCI-FI TV: “Battlestar Galactica” & “Star Trek: The Next Generation” FAVORITE NOVELS: Harry Potter S More...

Power outage can’t dim spirit at Chabad Annual Gala

Over 350 people came out for Chabad Lubavitch of Camden and Burlington Counties’ recent Gala Celebration. Although there was a power outage, the enthusiasm of those in attendance made for a successful event. More...

Music Festival in Elkins Park

On Sunday, July 10 from 1-4 p.m., the Holocaust Awareness Museum and Education Center of Philadelphia will hold its 4th Annual Summer Music Festival at Cong. Keneseth Israel, located at 8339 Old York Rd. in Elkins Park, PA. More...

Old City Jewish Art Center to feature ‘American Dreams’

“American Dreams” by ARTsisters will be exhibited at the Old City Jewish Art Center  More...

Jewish Senior Housing installs officers & honors staff

Jewish Senior Housing and Healthcare Service (JSHHS), an agency of the Jewish Federation, installed its officers and board, and presented awards at its 2016 Annual Meeting on June 21.The event was held at Lions Gate in Voorhees. More...

Graduates show pride at JCC’s kindergarten ceremony

The Sari Isdaner Early Childhood Center of the Katz JCC recently celebrated the accomplishments of 27 kindergarten students at their graduation ceremony with the support of their family, friends and More...

Paying tribute to veterans

Traditions at Laurel Oak, a Voorhees adult community of 100 homes, held its annual Memorial Day celebration at its clubhouse. More than 70 residents turned out to honor America and its veterans, and enjoy brunch.  More...

Temple Beth Sholom celebrates 75 years of achievement

Temple Beth Sholom in Cherry Hill celebrated 75 years of shared holidays, joyous occasions, and community life at the synagogue’s 75th Annual Meeting on June 5. More...

Celebrating Shabbat at JCC Camps

Camp families enjoyed a beautiful summer evening at the annual Family Shabbat dinner at the JCC Camps at Medford. More...

Welcoming Israeli shlichim to community

Four young Israelis are making South Jersey home for the summer while working at the JCC Camps at Medford and teaching campers about Israel. More...

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New TBS mural created by kids with help from professional artists

There are so many layers of meaning packed into a massive new painting on the walls of the Temple Beth Sholom Eric B. Jacobs Early Childhood Center. More...

GHMEC honors volunteers; features student performance

The JCRC’s Goodwin Holocaust Museum and Education Center (GHMEC) hosted its Annual Volunteer Appreciation Night celebrating the efforts and time spent by the volunteers and Survivor speakers du More...

JCF hosts scholarship & emerging leader awards

To recognize and honor the 19 winners of the annual Scholarship & Emerging Leader Awards, the Jewish Community Foundation, Inc. More...

Marvin Tokayer headlines event for Rebbe’s Yahrzeit

Rabbi Marvin Tokayer, who served as United States Air Force Chaplain in Japan, will headline an evening paying tribute to the Lubavitcher Rebbe, Rabbi Menachem Mendel Schneerson, on his Yahrzeit, the third day of Tammuz, Tuesday, July 12, at the Chab More...

Meller family’s M. Rosenblatt Roofing makes sure ‘No Roof is Left Behind’

M. Rosenblatt Roofing & Siding recently installed a new roof as part of the roofing industry’s national “No Roof Left Behind.” Pictured (from left), were Stephen Meller, M. More...

CH native Shira Taylor Gura to bring mindfulness workshops

A well-being coach and blogger who professionally helps others channel mindfulness, Cherry Hill native Shira Taylor Gura gets “stuck” sometimes herself. More...

Acclaimed journalist David Gregory discusses his memoir at Festival event

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Making a difference for those in need

The JCC’s Girls on the Run participants were recently part of a very special fundraiser with local non-profit Ainsley’s Angels.  More...