June 6, 2018 RSS feed / Local News

Pickleball standout wants to spread the word about the sport

MEET ED KLARMAN…

HOMETOWN: Cherry Hill AGE: 69 FAMILY: Wife Karen (of blessed memory); children Brandon; Valerie Frank, and Darien Saft SYNAGOGUE: Temple Micah in Lawrenceville BEST PICKLEBALL SHOTS: Lob and drop volley FAVORITE PLACE TO PLAY: Green Valley Country Cl More...

KBA students combine Judaism and STEM for Shavuot learning

Kellman Brown Academy hosted its own version of Tikkun Leil Shavuot, a custom where Jews around the world forfeit a night of sleep by staying awake and learning Torah during the holiday of Shavuot. More...

After 32 years, Dan Gottlieb is retiring WHYY’s ‘Voices in the Family’

When psychologist Dan Gottlieb was asked to host a radio show on WHYY-FM some 32 years ago, he knew it could be a big career break, but he was hesitant to accept.  More...

ECE visits the JFCS food pantry

Students from the Katz JCC’s Sari Isdaner Early Childhood Center’s Butterfly Class recently took a class trip to the JFCS food pantry. More...

Politz students creating ‘upcycled’ works of art

Students at Politz Day School have taken “upcycling” to new heights. More...

‘Secret of Chabad’ author to headline June 12 event

Rabbi David Eliezrie, author of the National Jewish Book Awards finalist “The Secret of Chabad,” will be the featured speaker on Tuesday, June 12, 7:30 p.m. at the Wyndham Hotel, 1111 Route 73 North, Mount Laurel. More...

Learn fundamentals of patient advocacy from Dr. Jamie Wells

What do you do if family member is admitted to the hospital? How do you become more proactive when you are talking to doctors about your medical care—or of those you love? What do you ask when trying to hire a caregiver? More...

Third Annual Tacos & Tequila event helps seniors in need

The dedicated volunteers of the Friends of Jewish Senior Housing hosted the Third Annual Tacos & Tequila Tasting, a fundraising event to support the residents in need at Dubin, Gesher and Saltzman Houses and the healthcare residents at Lions Gate More...

JCF announces this year’s Spring Grants

Each spring and fall, the Grants Committee of the Jewish Community Foundation, Inc. receives applications from local non-profit organizations for JCF Grants. More...

Broadway Live! concert and fundraiser helps kids attend camp

The JCC Camps at Medford’s annual Broadway Live! concert and fundraiser was held on May 14 at the Katz JCC in Cherry Hill. More...

Beth El’s YoPros tossing axes

Cong. Beth El’s YoPro (Jewish Young Professionals of South Jersey) group went to Choppers Hatchet House for a night of axe throwing fun, food, and drinks. More...

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JCRC installs officers, hears from interfaith trip participants

The Jewish Community Relations Council (JCRC), an agency of the Jewish Federation of Southern New Jersey, held its annual meeting on Tuesday evening, May 22. More...

Voice to install officers, board at 29th Annual Meeting June 14

The Jewish Community Voice will install its officers and Board at its 29th Annual Meeting on Thursday, June 14 at Lions Gate, 1100 Laurel Oak Rd., Voorhees. The dinner will begin at 5:45 p.m., with the Annual Meeting and program at 7 p.m. M. More...

JCF celebrates successful end to Year 4 of Life & Legacy

In April 2014, the Jewish Community Foundation, Inc. embarked on a groundbreaking, innovative program called Life & Legacy thanks to generous funding by the Harold Grinspoon Foundation (HGF). More...

Over 500 attend Cong. Beth El’s Unity in the Community Concert

Over 500 people came out to honor Lynn Goldman Paul, hear Neshama Carlebach perform with the Glory to God Gospel Singers, and watch a special performance from Hazzan Alisa Pomerantz-Boro at Cong. More...

Martin Tepper Basketball League kicks off June 25

The Katz JCC is proud to offer the Martin Tepper Summer Basketball League for adults in the community, ages 18 and older, again this year. This league is a fun, competitive league of player-formed teams of seven to 10 players. More...

Saltzman Foundation Life Long Learning registration open for summer session

Registration for the summer semester of the Saltzman Foundation’s Life Long Learning (LLL) Institute at the Katz JCC in Cherry Hill, which runs June through September, is now open to the entire community. More...

CLUB 1301, new social group for young adults, holds 1st event

CLUB 1301 of the Katz JCC is a new social group committed to bringing together young adults in South Jersey to socialize and be part of a vibrant community. More...

Beautiful evening for event on Pool Deck

The JCC recently held a Happy Hour Spin Party on the Pool Deck. The event was open to the community. It was a beautiful evening for a spin outdoors. More...