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Where is the Jewish aid to Nepal going?

Where is the Jewish aid to Nepal going?

By Uriel Heilman NEW YORK (JTA) – Almost as soon as news of Nepal’s devastating [...]

Being Equally Black & Jewish

Being Equally Black & Jewish

How My Family Navigates Being Equally Black & Jewish By Alina Adams (Kveller via [...]

Sokolof Teacher of the Year

Sokolof Teacher of the Year

5.1.15 Issue by Suzanne Singer Nancy Rampey-Biniamow has been named the Phil and Ruth [...]

Where is the Jewish aid to Nepal going?

Where is the Jewish aid to Nepal going?

01 May 2015

By Uriel Heilman NEW YORK (JTA) – Almost as soon as news of Nepal’s devastating earthquake reached the wider world, Jewish aid groups began mobilizing humanitarian efforts to help the victims. In Israel, that meant dispatching first responders to Nepal; in America, it mostly meant raising and allocating money. How is the Jewish aid being […]

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Being Equally Black & Jewish

Being Equally Black & Jewish

30 April 2015

How My Family Navigates Being Equally Black & Jewish By Alina Adams (Kveller via JTA) — “So, considering the two constituencies, what time do you think this event will REALLY start?” my smart-ass 15-year-old asked as he, my husband, our two younger kids and I were walking to a dinner celebrating 25 years of the […]

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Sokolof Teacher of the Year

Sokolof Teacher of the Year

29 April 2015

5.1.15 Issue by Suzanne Singer Nancy Rampey-Biniamow has been named the Phil and Ruth Sokolof Outstanding Jewish Teacher for 2015. She has been a science teacher for 13 years at Omaha Public School’s Blackburn Alternative School, which is for students who have been unable to succeed in OPS’s traditional classrooms. According to her nominations, Rampey’s […]

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All about the Friedel PTO

All about the Friedel PTO

29 April 2015

5.1.15 Issue by Claudia Sherman, Friedel Jewish Academy This spring’s Plant and Flower Sale, sponsored by Friedel Jewish Academy’s Parent Teacher Organization (PTO), is scheduled for Thursday, May 7 and Friday, May 8 from 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. at the main entrance of the Jewish Community Center. The plant sale, along with the Hanukkah […]

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Mainstreeters welcomes the merry month of May

Mainstreeters welcomes the merry month of May

29 April 2015

5.1.15 Issue by Ozzie Nogg Just like spring flowers, Mainstreeters activities are abloom this month. So mark your calendars for these upcoming programs. Could You Benefit from Nutritional Supplements? Monday, May 11, 1:30 p.m. to 2:30 p.m. in the Rose Blumkin Jewish Home Boardroom, sponsored by Jewish Social Services and The Visiting Nurses Association. Presented […]

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Kelly and Randy Newman

Kelly and Randy Newman

29 April 2015

5.1.15 Issue Kelly and Randy Newman of Hartland, WI, announce the April 1 birth of their daughter, Josephine Rose. She is named for both of her great-grandmothers, Josephine Shrago and the late Rosalie Newman. Grandparents are Bobbi and Larry Newman of Minneapolis, MN, and Lynn and Jim Muenzenberger of Hart, WI. Great-grandparents are Josephine and […]

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