July 20, 2016 RSS feed / Local News

Voorhees teen changed his life through bodybuilding

MEET RHETT ZEID…

FAMILY: Parents Randy and Tracey, sister Reagan, 14  SYNAGOGUE: Temple Beth Sholom  FAVORITE MUSCLE GROUP TO WORK OUT: Back  FAVORITE FOOD HE MAKES: Protein pancakes  FAVORITE CHEAT FOOD: Ben & Jerry’s “The Tonight More...

Over 1,600 kids having fun in the sun at JCC camps

Over 1,600 children are having the ultimate summer at the JCC day camps, JCC Camps at Medford, and Early Childhood Camps at the Katz JCC. More...

Amazing tale of Rebbe’s influence focus of Chabad event

As Rabbi Marvin Tokayer made clear during his July 12 talk at the Chabad Center in Cherry Hill, he was never a member of the Chabad Lubavitch stream of Judaism. More...

Beach and Greenwald honored for support of anti-BDS legislation

The Voorhees Township Committee recently honored State Sen. More...

JCC will offer Israel Experience in Feb., 2017

This coming winter, the Katz JCC, Cherry Hill is offering a unique trip to Israel. Join the JCC as it explores the many modern and ancient sites and cities of the beautiful country. More...

JNF event set for Margate on August 20

JNFuture Philadelphia will hold its Second Annual Margate Meets Tel Aviv to celebrate the end of summer and growth as a chapter. More...

AJC Philadelphia/Southern NJ holds Annual Mtg. & Awards Dinner

AJC’s (American Jewish Committee) Philadelphia/- Southern New Jersey Region presented two awards to members of its board at the organization’s Annual Meeting on June 28 at the Down Town Club in Philadelphia.  More...

Keep your summer events free of unwanted guests

Can you believe that we’re almost halfway through summer already? I often like to spend these lazy, hazy, crazy days of summer at picnics by the lake or beach with friends and family playing softball or badminton. Sounds great doesn’t it? More...

Anniversary:

STEIN

Arthur and Nannette Stein celebrated their 70th wedding anniversary June 23, 2016. More...

Growing older, growing better: The challenges of mental health concerns

The incidences of individuals and families dealing with some aspect of mental health concerns continues to rise within our country and our community. More...

Entebbe rescue operation commemorated

A July 5 program in Philadelphia commemorated the 40th anniversary of Israel’s dramatic Entebbe rescue mission. More...

TALK TO US…

‘Who’s news?’ will appear on this page of every issue of the Voice. Does anyone you know belong here? More...

Raab family joining name of Goodwin Holocaust Center

The Jewish Community Relations Council’s Goodwin Holocaust Museum and Education Center (GHMEC) is excited to announce its new name change. More...

Har Zion Holocaust Garden to be rededicated in honor of survivors

Temple Har Zion’s Holocaust Garden, the only memorial of its kind in Burlington County, will be rededicated in a ceremony to honor survivors on July 24. More...

Short Hills promises to rebuild after fire damages restaurant

The owners of Short Hills Restaurant & Deli plan to rebuild the popular eatery that was damaged by an after-hours fire on July 12, according to the restaurant’s Facebook page.  More...

Jennifer Weiner to headline new local author event

The Bank of America Festival of Arts, Books and Culture of the Katz JCC, Cherry Hill will host a local author meet-and-greet on Wednesday, Sept. 13 at the Katz JCC at 6 p.m. More...

Sussman Adult Tournament crowns champs

At the recent Eric & Andy Sussman 3-on-3 Adult Basketball Tournament at the Katz JCC, 50 basketball enthusiasts came out to play on the hard court all for fun and a great cause. More...

Author Lev Golinkin entertains audience

The Next Chapter Book Club of the Katz JCC’s Sanders Memorial Library hosted author Lev Golinkin upon reading his memoir “A Backpack, a Bear and Eight Crates of Vodka.” Golinkin pre More...

Engagements:

MARDER-MARK

Ami and Wendy Marder of Washington Township are excited to announce the engagement of their daughter, Laura Rachel Marder, to her best friend and love of her life, Benjamin Philip Mark, son of Harry and Debbie Mark of Staten Island.  More...