Adath brings Torah to homes

B’nai B’rith awards scholarship

JCC students celebrate graduation

Jewish Community Foundation’s 33rd Annual Dinner celebrates leadership

The Jewish Community Foundation, Inc. hosted its 33rd Annual Dinner on June 24th at the Katz JCC, with the theme of “Celebrating the Path of Future Leadership.” The JCF honored Neal Cupersmith, president from 2009-2013; Josh Reisman, the JCF’s newly-elected president; and the two local Jewish day schools, Kellman Brown Academy and Politz Day School. As part of the event, […]

Going Solo

SATURDAY, JULY 13 MOSAIC OUTDOOR CLUB Beach trip to Island Beach State Park. Carpool at noon from ShopRite in Marlton. The group will go to dinner after the beach. Call Jon at 787-0325. MONDAY, JULY 15 SJ JEWISH SINGLES Dinner at Golden Corral at 6 p.m. Separate checks. Call Judy at 609-953-8649. TUESDAY, JULY 16 JCC SOCIAL SINGLES Meeting at […]

Masada B’nai B’rith helps hungry

Temple Emanuel welcomes Rabbi Sernovitz to its team

Educator, passionate, community helper, and lover of Judaism—these are all words that come to mind after meeting Rabbi Larry Sernovitz. Growing up in Cheltenham, PA, Sernovitz had a strong Jewish identity. Becoming a rabbi, however, was not first on his list of career choices. After graduating from college with a degree in education, Sernovitz became a fourth grade public school […]

Jewish vets urge action in military


WASHINGTON—Jewish war veterans are calling for meaningful action to be taken to combat sexual abuse in the U.S. military. “The Jewish War Veterans of the USA (JWV) condemns the continued prevalence of reported and unreported male and female sexual misconduct in the military and calls for an independent process to review and prosecute these cases,” according to the Spring 2013 […]

Merger announced between federations

A federation north of Boston merged with Greater Boston’s Combined Jewish Philanthropies in an effort to bring financial stability and expanded programs to the region’s Jewish organizations. The idea of merging the 75-year-old Jewish Federation of the North Shore and CJP has been floated for years as JFNS has suffered declining fundraising and reduced allocations to community agencies. “This is […]

Jewish official probed in bombing

The Jewish ex-interior minister of Argentina will be investigated for his ties to the AMIA Jewish center bombing. The Buenos Aires Federal Appeals Court ordered the probe of Carlos Vladimir Corach in connection with an illegal payment of $400,000 to Carlos Telleldin, an auto mechanic who was among those charged in the 1994 attack that left 85 dead and hundreds […]