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MEET MARCY ROSNER…

AGE: 63 Home: Moorestown FAMILY: Husband, Dr. More...

Katz JCC will install officers, present awards on Sept. 19

Jeffrey H. Gottlieb will be installed for a second term as president of the Katz JCC at its 59th Annual Meeting on Monday, Sept. 19. More...

Kohelet Foundation announces prize for day school educators

The Kohelet Foundation announced the inaugural year of its Kohelet Prize. More...

Local authors to be featured at ABC Festival kick-off event

While watching the refugee team debut in the opening ceremonies of the Rio Olympics earlier this summer, author Harriet Levin Millan felt the characters of her debut novel had jumped out of the pages. More...

Penn Hillel Dir. Rabbi Mike Uram featured at JCF events Sept. 15

“Next Generation Judaism” is a hot topic that is on the minds of many Jewish community leaders locally and around the world. More...

Café Connection Memory Café open for registration; seeks volunteers

More than one in nine Americans age 65 or older has memory challenges. Social isolation and a sense of emptiness are common for those affected. More...

Israel’s medalists return home to hero’s welcome

Hundreds of fans showed up at Ben Gurion Airport to welcome home Israel’s Olympic medal-winning judokas.  Entering the arrivals hall at the airport near Tel Aviv, Yarden Gerbi and Or Sasson were showered with flowers. More...

Reform, Conservative men’s clubs agree

The men’s clubs of the Reform and Conservative movements agreed on an “historic” collaboration.  More...

Jews In All Hues founder to speak

Join the Katz JCC on Monday, Sept. 12 at 7:30 p.m. for an evening of learning and conversation with Jared Jackson, founder and executive director of Jews In All Hues. More...

Jonathan Pollard to appeal decision

Jonathan Pollard’s attorney announced plans to appeal a federal court’s ruling not to lift the restrictive parole conditions on the convicted spy for Israel. Eliot Lauer said he would file a notice of appeal over the Aug. More...

P.A.L.S. get a chance for summer fun

Since 2012, a group of local children ages 13-21 have participated in the P.A.L.S. More...

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Anti-BDS bill is now law as Gov. Christie signs on

In a public ceremony, Governor Chris Christie signed into law S1923 and, thereby, codifying prohibitions on NJ State Investment Council investment in businesses engaged in the boycott of Israel and I More...

Create your own shofar at Chabad’s Mega Shofar Factory

Join with hundreds from throughout the community to create and take home a beautiful, hand-crafted Shofar made from a genuine ram’s horn at Chabad Lubavitch of Camden and Burlington Counties’ Mega Shofar Factory. More...

Team South Jersey brings back medals, friendships from Maccabi Games

The Katz JCC’s Team South Jersey was back on the road this month to participate in the JCC Maccabi Games, an Olympic-style competition and one of the largest gatherings of Jewish athletes in the world. More...

Excitement builds for ABC Festival

The Bank of America Festival of Arts, Books and Culture at the Katz JCC Committee is ready to welcome the arrival of over 30 authors for the 27th Annual Festival from Sunday, Nov. 13 through Nov. More...

Claymans among ZOA honorees at upcoming Gala

Greater Philadelphia ZOA will salute three individuals plus a couple for their pro-Israel activities at the group’s annual Gala taking place on Thursday, Sept. 15, at the Hilton Philadelphia City Avenue, 4200 City Avenue, Philadelphia.  More...

Kids mark end-of-camp with Color War & shows

The final week of the JCC Camps at Medford was Color War Week, and this year’s theme was Disney Duel. More...

Throughout her life, the JCC has always been a constant

“When I’m here, I’m home,” said Beverly Hersh as she sat in the sunny and vibrant atmosphere of the Katz JCC lobby.  More...