March 28, 2018 RSS feed / Voice at the Shore

JOAS outreach brings Passover—and Jewish connection—to local seniors

Passover is one of the most celebrated holidays for American Jews. More...

The soul of Passover: The transformative power of Passover traditions

When we think of Passover, we usually think about family time, traditions, good food, and generations sitting down together. All of that is beautiful. More...

Get ready to enter the Impact Zone

One of the new features of our annual campaign this year was the introduction of the Impact Zone, a new giving opportunity many took advantage of in 2017, for which we are very grateful.  More...

Beth El offers health screenings on April 12

Life Line Screening offers a 5-test package to thoroughly check you for risk of stroke, cardiovascular disease and other chronic conditions. More...

A sweet matzo treat will appeal to all ages

This Passover is coming in just a few days— which means it’s time to get creative with matzo! Everyone has a favorite way of eating matzo. For some, it’s matzo ball soup; for others, it’s matzo brei. More...

Community Event Calendar

THURSDAY, MARCH 29 BERON-JOAS Bingo, 11:30 a.m., followed by Armchair Exercise at 12:30 p.m. Location: The Rosin Center at the Herman Pogachefsky Pavilion, 1102 Atlantic Ave., Atlantic City. Transportation available. More...

“Ask the Rabbi” meets Mondays at Shirat Hayam

Do you love talking and learning about current events— from a Jewish perspective? If so, next month is your perfect opportunity to attend a class called “Ask the Rabbi,” with Rabbi Gordon Geller, at Shirat Hayam in Ventnor. More...

Shirat Hayam offers 7-week series on ethics, Jewish values

Political and financial scandal, biomedical science and technology…these are just a few of today’s many complex issues that are of ethical and moral concern. But how can we understand these issues? More...

Famous physicist speaks at Beth El on his trials as a Russian-Jewish scientist

Noted Russian physicist Vladimir Fridkin spoke at Beth El Synagogue on Sunday, March 11, on his experiences as both a Russian Jew and a scientist who came of age during the Stalin Era. More...

Rabbi asks: Why, where were you?

FEDERATION AT THE SHORE

With Yom HaShoah and our community’s annual commemoration of it just a couple of weeks away, it is certainly timely for us to reflect on the Holocaust and increasing anti- Semitism around the world. More...

NextGen AC hosts Havdalah and Game Night

NextGen AC enjoyed Havdalah and Game Night earlier this month at the home of board member Julie Brown. NextGen AC is a relatively new group for Jewish community members in their 20s through 40s. More...

Cantor Wisnia to speak at Yom HaShoah April 10

Holocaust Survivor Cantor David Wisnia will share his story at the community Yom HaShoah Remembrance Service on Tuesday, April 10, at 7 p.m. at Beth Israel in Northfield.  More...

April Fools Half Marathon, April 13-15, needs volunteers

Join the race crew! Volunteers are needed for the upcoming AmeriHealth NJ April Fools Half Marathon on April 13, 14 and 15. The race is organized by the Milton & Betty Katz JCC and benefits the JCC and other local charities. More...

Mark your calendar for SGLC’s Alzheimer’s “Super Hero” 5K Run/Walk

Put on your super hero cape and get ready to run or walk for a good cause at the 8th Annual Seashore Gardens 5K Run & Health Walk on Sunday, April 29 on the Atlantic City Boardwalk at Tropicana Casino & Resort. More...

JFS guests raise a glass —and $55K—for a good cause

With more than 200 guests, the 11th Annual JFS Cocktail Party held at Premiere Night Club in Borgata on Saturday, March 3, raised nearly $55,000 to benefit vital agency services at JFS. More...

JCC offers Spring Break kids’ camp

The Katz JCC in Margate is the place to be for kids during Spring Break week. The center is offering five days of Spring Break Camp from Monday through Friday, April 2-8, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. daily. More...