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Middle East News, May 21 Humanitarian of the Year: The Ted Seldin Family Gen Z? Yes, they are Leaders too.
 
Middle East News, May 21

Middle East News, May 21

Palestinian driver who rammed Israeli police officers shot dead JERUSALEM (JTA) [...]

Humanitarian of the Year: The Ted Seldin Family

Humanitarian of the Year: The Ted Seldin Family

5.22.15 Issue by Annette van de Kamp-Wright, Jewish Press Editor Sarah and Ted Seldin [...]

Gen Z? Yes, they are Leaders too.

Gen Z? Yes, they are Leaders too.

5.22.15 Issue by Sherrie Saag, Communications, Jewish Federation of Omaha Forget the [...]

Middle East News, May 21

Middle East News, May 21

21 May 2015

Palestinian driver who rammed Israeli police officers shot dead JERUSALEM (JTA) — A Palestinian driver who rammed his car into a group of Border Patrol officers in eastern Jerusalem was shot and killed by Israeli police. Two officers were moderately injured in the Wednesday morning attack in the Arab neighborhood of A-Tor, near the Mount […]

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Humanitarian of the Year: The Ted Seldin Family

Humanitarian of the Year: The Ted Seldin Family

20 May 2015

5.22.15 Issue by Annette van de Kamp-Wright, Jewish Press Editor Sarah and Ted Seldin and their family will be honored as Humanitarian of the year at the Jewish Federation of Omaha’s 2015 Annual meeting, to be held on June 1 at 7 p.m. Ted and Sarah have been married for 58 years and have been […]

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Gen Z? Yes, they are Leaders too.

Gen Z? Yes, they are Leaders too.

20 May 2015

5.22.15 Issue by Sherrie Saag, Communications, Jewish Federation of Omaha Forget the buzzword “millennials”. It’s so yesterday. Enter Generation Z, defined as those born after 1994. They are digital natives; scooting, crawling and traveling in car seats with iPads, iPhones and Kindles in their hands. They are technologically savvy, view the world through a global […]

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Young Leadership award winners

Young Leadership award winners

20 May 2015

5.22.15 Issue by Sherrie Saag, Communications, Jewish Federation of Omaha Our community’s young leaders exemplify L’Dor v’Dor, From Generation to Generation. Their generous gift of time and resources are essential to our mission. They serve to support our programs, services and ability to help Jews all around the world. Their work sets an important example […]

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Emma Miller

20 May 2015

5.22.15 Issue Emma Miller, daughter of Lori and Michael Miller, will become a Bat Mitzvah on Saturday, May 30, at Temple Israel. Emma is a seventh-grade student at Westside Middle School where she received the All Around Character Award. Her interests include soccer, Camp Thunderbird and spending time with family and friends. For her mitzvah […]

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Jack Henry Kohll

20 May 2015

Jack Henry Kohll, son of David and Janet Kohll, will become a Bar Mitzvah on Saturday, May 30, at Beth Israel Synagogue. Jack is a seventh-grade student at Beveridge Magnet Center, where he is a member of Junior National Honor Society and competes in cross country, track and wrestling. For his mitzvah project, Jack has […]

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