December 6, 2017 RSS feed / Voice at the Shore

JFNA assembly calls for religious pluralism in Israel, lauds successes of Jewish unity

The Jewish people are strongest when we work together, return to Jewish values, and unite in service to those values while respecting each other’s differences. More...

LIFE & LEGACY ensures future of local Jewish community

A $59 trillion intergenerational transfer of wealth is now underway in North America. More...

SGLC offers Alzheimer’s support group Dec. 12

Family members and caregivers of people with Alzheimer’s or dementia often find themselves to be unusually stressed over the early Winter holidays. More...

SGLC seeks volunteers for Christmas Day

Seashore Gardens Living Center, a home for the aged in Galloway, is looking for local residents who are available to volunteer a few hours on Christmas Day, so that regular employees may be with their families for the holiday.  More...

JFS trains law enforcement to handle special needs

For decades, Jewish Family Service (JFS) has been working to assist local law enforcement when interacting with people with special needs. The agency has been conducting law enforcement trainings for more than 10 years.  More...

Jews schmooze with music and beer at Tuckahoe Brewery

Live music and beer proved to be an ideal combination for bringing the Jewish community together on Saturday, November, 18, when Shirat Hayam hosted a “Tune Saloon” at the Tuckahoe Brewing Company in Egg Harbor Township. More...

Community Event Calendar

THURSDAY, DECEMBER 7  BERON-JOAS Bingo, 11:30 a.m., followed by Armchair Exercise with Rob, 12:30 p.m. Location: The Rosin Center at the Herman Pogachefsky Pavilion, 1102 Atlantic Ave., Atlantic City. Transportation available. More...

Locals of all faiths count their blessings at Thanksgiving service

In 1789, President George Washington issued our nation’s first Thanksgiving proclamation. More...

What is the Annual Campaign, and why does it matter?

FEDERATION AT THE SHORE

What, exactly, is the Annual Campaign? More...

Chanukah laws light the way to greater wisdom

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On Shabbat Chanukah the Torah portion of Miketz is read. The parsha tells the story of Pharaoh’s dream of robust cows that were devoured by lean cows. More...

Dairy recipes celebrate a Chanukah heroine

Latkes and other foods fried in oil are traditional Chanukah foods—but they’re not the only ones, according to Ella Rapoport, program director and teacher for the Chabad Community Hebrew School. More...

Community Chanukah Celebration is Dec. 17

Celebrate Chanukah with the entire community! Come join the fun at the Community Chanukah Celebration at the JCC in Margate on Sunday, Dec. 17. The celebration starts with fun for kids at 4:30 p.m. More...

PJ Library Radio offers upbeat Jewish musical for kids

Looking for an alternative to Christmas music for your kids or grandkids this holiday season? Try PJ Library Radio.  More...

YLD Vodka and Latkes Dec. 14

Calling all Jewish singles and couples in their early 20s through late 40s: You are cordially invited to celebrate Chanukah with new and old friends at a Vodka and Latkes party at the Little Water Distillery in Atlantic City on Thursday, December 14, More...

Kid’s Calendar

FRIDAY, DECEMBER 15 BETH ISRAEL – NORTHFIELD Latke Fest following Shabbat Services, which begin at 5:30 p.m. All are invited to this familyfriendly event. Please bring your own high chair if needed. Cost: $10 per person or $25 per family. More...