January 4, 2017 RSS feed / Local News

‘Sneakerhead’ spearheads collection for underprivileged kids

MEET JUSTIN LIEBMAN…

FAMILY: Father Jesse, mother Lisa, sister Lauren, 16 HOME TOWN: Cherry Hill FAVORITE SPORT: Lacrosse FAVORITE SNEAKERS: Foamposite Phoenix Suns, Air Jordan 1 SIZE SHOE: 9 Back in seventh grade, when collecting basketball sneakers became a thing, Jus More...

Super Sunday/Week starts Jan. 29; vital need for phone volunteers

Mark your calendars for Super Sunday/Week 2017, Jan. 29- Feb. 2! The Jewish Federation’s annual phon-a-thon brings out hundreds of volunteers each year for a week of community engagement and fundraising. More...

Intergenerational Chanukah at JCC

Paige Stratter and Maya Leshinski, along with Jill Cogan, JCC Judaic coordinator, joined their fellow classmates and older adults at the JCC intergenerational Chanukah lunch and celebration. More...

B Street Band to highlight JFCS Stepping Out on Mar. 18

Join hundreds of attendees for Stepping Out with JFCS on Mar. 18 at 8:30 p.m. at Cong. Beth El in Voorhees. The night will feature the awesome energy of the B Street Band! More...

Appel Art Gallery to feature work by individuals with special needs

The Appel Art Gallery at the Katz JCC in Cherry Hill showcases beautiful artwork of various styles and media throughout the year, and each year, the January/February exhibit features original artwork by members of the Katz JCC ACHaD and Samost JFCS s More...

Orthodox Union sets full-day Torah event

The Orthodox Union, the umbrella organization for American Orthodox Jewry, will present a day of Torah, learning, inspiration and more, discussing the future of Orthodox Jewry with contemporary, thought provoking topics.  More...

Life and death bioethics issues focus of ongoing TBS initiative

The issues are monumental. Profound. They concern genetics, morality, and yes, life and death. More...

Students learn to combat hatred

About 250 students from Cranberry Pines School in Medford, National Park School, Christ the King School in Haddonfield, and Southampton Township School recently attended a performance of “The T More...

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S-Uber keeps up momentum with upcoming spring sessions

When you need to get somewhere on your own time, Uber has become the answer for so many in South Jersey and around the country. More...

Aleph Home Care holiday party provides great time for everyone

Aleph Director Robyn Kaplan (left) with client Evelyn Plofker at the recent Aleph Home Care of Southern New Jersey holiday party. Everyone had an incredible time at the event. More...

Cherry Hill resident is on mission to revive ancient greeting

To Esther Rabizadeh, the words of our ancestors have the power to unlock spiritual energy. More...

JCC to host Open House for realtors

The Katz JCC in Cherry Hill will host a free Realtors Breakfast on Thursday, Jan. 26 from 9-10:30 a.m.  More...

JCRC’s Raab/Goodwin Center hosts ‘Generations After’ event

The JCRC’s Esther Raab Holocaust Museum and Goodwin Education Center recently held its Generations After the Shoah Group Brunch. More...

Financial awards available

The Jewish Community Foundation, Inc., the Jewish Federation of Southern New Jersey, and the JCRC’s Raab/Goodwin Holocaust Center collectively offer several financial awards for individuals and non-profit organizations in Burlington, Camden, an More...