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Saturday, October 21, 2017

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Gela Feldman Chapter of Emunah to Honor Past Presidents

The Gela Feldman Chapter of Emunah will be honoring past chapter and co-presidents Cheryl Borenstein and Abby Herschmann at a private home in Englewood on Shabbat, September 16. Rebbetzin Chana Reichman will be speaking on “The Power of Beginnings.” For more information, contact [email protected]

Sweets to Nuts Will Hand Deliver Candy Platters to Highland Park, Edison and East Brunswick

Would you like candy platters hand delivered to family and friends in Highland Park, Edison and East Brunswick? Sweets to Nuts of Highland Park is your source! Place your orders for Rosh Hashana and Sukkot by September 15 and receive a 10% discount off your order when you mention The Jewish Link.

NJ NCSY Holds Leadership Training Retreat

NJ NCSY successfully ran a Leadership Training Retreat for nearly 50 teens at Kirkwood Camp in Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania. Teens from Maayanot, Bruriah, YUHSB, TABC, Yeshivat Frisch, RKYHS, Hillel and public schools experienced a 24-hour, all inclusive, leadership building and character development retreat that

37th Annual DMC Golf Classic Coincides With Solar Eclipse

Clifton—History was made at the 37th Annual Daughters of Miriam Golf Classic, which coincided for the first time with a spectacular solar eclipse on Monday, August 21. Golfers and guests alike raised their eclipse glasses to the skies to view this incredible natural phenomenon during the afternoon

Englewood Public Library and Simon Wiesenthal Center Host Program to Promote Tolerance

The Englewood Public Library and the Simon Wiesenthal Center today announced their collaboration on a jointly sponsored program bringing author Ann Arnold to Englewood to discuss her debut book “Together: A Journey for Survival” on Tuesday, September 12, at 7 p.m. Arnold’s book tells the disquieting tale of how her father,

Jewish Center of Teaneck Holds Youth Kickoff Event

The Jewish Center of Teaneck started the upcoming arrival of the new year with a Youth Kickoff Event on Sunday, September 3. The program focused on the topic of Elul and Rosh Hashanah. There were creative kid activities; refreshments; and two fun, inflatable bouncy houses for children’s play as well, and a number of the children,

Chuck Guttenberg Center for the Physically Challenged Presents Annual Special Games Field Event and BBQ

The Chuck Guttenberg Center for the Physically Challenged at the Kaplen JCC on the Palisades is once again hosting its annual Special Games on Sunday, September 24, from 12 to 2:30 pm. This field day provides children, teens and adults who are differently abled with the opportunity to engage in physical activity

West Orange NCSY Advisors Head ‘Home’

Jen and Eric Israeli of West Orange, former West Orange NCSY advisers, made aliyah last week.

 

YIOT Sisterhood Plans Third Annual Pre-Chag Boutique

Teaneck—After the tremendous success of the past two years’ pre-chag boutique, the Young Israel of Teaneck Sisterhood Third Annual Boutique will take place this Sunday evening, offering all your holiday and back-to-school/fall essentials. With vendors coming from Brooklyn, the Five Towns and other areas, there is a wide range

OHEL’s Horn Family School-Based Service Program Returns

As students and faculty return for another school year, OHEL’s school-based service program resumes in four local schools for the fourth consecutive year. This year, once again social workers will be working closely with the guidance team and support services of Ma’ayanot Yeshiva High School for Girls, YBH of Passaic, Yeshivat

NACHUM SEGAL NETWORK & ORTHODOX UNION PARTNER IN HURRRICANE HARVEY RELIEF & AWARENESS IN HOUSTON

NY BASED JEWISH BROADCAST NETWORK TO PROVIDE LIVE COVERAGE OF THE DEVASTATION AND REBUILDING OF HOUSTON’S JEWISH COMMUNITY


NEW YORK – Top Jewish radio personality Nachum Segal and the Nachum Segal Network have partnered with the Orthodox Union to travel and broadcast next week live from

Volunteers From Camps and the Community Help Make SINAI’s Summer Successful

As everyone winds down from summer and enjoys the last few weeks of vacation, SINAI’s business office has been buzzing with activity as they reflect on the expanded Swim For SINAI program. For those new to this program, each summer, campers raise money for SINAI by asking friends and family to