Teaneck’s Deputy Mayor Elie Katz and Councilmembers Gervonn Rice and Mark Schwartz (who is also co-publisher of The Jewish Link), welcomed a standing-room-only crowd who gathered to discuss and hear presentations about safety and security in Teaneck.
Worried community members,
Congregation Rinat Yisrael and Congregation Beth Sholom are pleased to announce that their fourth annual joint learning program will take place this year on Shabbat, March 17, at 4:00 p.m. at Cong. Beth Sholom. This year’s topic, “Ha-Laylah Ha-Zeh: How the Seder Helped Rebuild Jewish Life After the Destruction of the Temple,”
Camp Habima will host an Open House on Sunday, March 11, 7:00-8:00 p.m. at 576 N. Forest Drive in Teaneck. The open house will feature a free concert with Miriam Sandler.
2018 registration is now open! Anyone who attends the open house and registers by Monday, March 19, will receive the early bird discount tuition rate! Please visit www.internalachievement.org
Join Congregation Beth Aaron for Seder Surprises, a creative, hands-on approach to making your seders amazing, engaging and exciting, presented by Zal Suldan. The session will take place on Shabbat, March 10, at 3:30 p.m. Come see how Seder Surprises can transform your seder into a memorable experience for your children—and
Congressman Josh Gottheimer will hold a forum at the Congregation Beth Aaron on Sunday, March 11, at 9:30 a.m. This event is sponsored by Beth Aaron, The Orthodox Union Advocacy Center, Teach NJS and the Jewish Federation of Northern New Jersey and is one of a series to enable members of our community, and those in or seeking
Join a large group of college students and young professionals at an outstanding Melava Malka this Motzei Shabbat, March 10, at Congregation Bnai Yeshurun in memory of Coby Levi, a”h. Rabbi Moshe Tzvi Weinberg of Yeshiva University will speak at 8:45 p.m. on “From Galus to Geulah: Escaping the Mitzrayim Mindset,” a
(Courtesy of NJJBA) On Thursday, February 15, the North Jersey Jewish Business Alliance (NJJBA) hosted its first-ever Economic Development Forum, GROWinNJ at St. Peter’s University in Jersey City. Over 100 participants joined in to hear about the advantages of doing business in New Jersey and about the many incentives
Though only a few years old, Yesh Tikva has already made a name for itself in the Jewish infertility community. It was founded by Elie Haller Salomon and Gila Muskin Block at a time when they were each looking for support in the lonely maze of fertility treatments. Together they have built an organization recognized
(Courtesy of The Jewish Home at Rockleigh) The Jewish Home at Rockleigh Russ Berrie Home for Jewish Living has been given the Jewish Programming Award by the Association of Jewish Aging Services (AJAS) for its 2017 Vocational Certification Program, which operated in conjunction with Yachad. This is the fifth time the Home
(Courtesy of The Idea School) The Idea School and the Kaplen JCC on the Palisades are pleased to announce that The Idea School will be located at the JCC. The agreement between the two organizations provides space for the school’s initial startup as well as for long-term needs as the school grows.
(Courtesy of Areyvut) The people who make a profound difference are those who lead by example through their chesed, caring and compassion. They engage, motivate, inspire and impact those around them on a daily basis.
On Sunday, March 18, Areyvut will honor one such leader, Janet Hod. At their
(Courtesy of MJE) The Manhattan Jewish Experience (MJE) will celebrate 19 years of successful outreach at the Museum of Jewish Heritage (36 Battery Place, NYC) on Tuesday, March 13, 2018. Founded by Rabbi Mark Wildes in 1998, MJE is a highly successful outreach program that has reconnected thousands of young men and women