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It Takes a Village

Anan Kvodo, Envisioned as a Special Needs Village, Holds Kickoff Fundraising Event

ANAN KVODO’s

Ma’ayanot Student Among Winners of Yeshiva University High School Bekiut Program

New York—This year, close to 300 students in 30 high schools across North America mastered significant portions of the Talmud—and competed for top awards—through Yeshiva University’s Bronka Weintraub High School Bekiut Program.

Batsheva Leah Weinstein of Ma’ayanot was one of the winners of the

Double Your Impact Today!

Generous Foundation Will Match Your Contribution to OHEL’s Camp Scholarship Fund

Imagine summer memories that will last forever! Now imagine that your contributions to OHEL’s Camp Scholarship Fund can double the fun for hundreds of children. Once again, thanks to a generous anonymous family

Community Safety Meeting to Be Hosted in Teaneck

The Teaneck community is invited to join Lizette Parker, Elie Y. Katz and Mohammed Hameeduddin on Wednesday, July 15 from 7-9pm at the Rodda Community Center, Room MP1, for a brief seminar entitled, “What You Need To Know About Safety and Security Throughout Our Town.” Topics will include: planning, development, organization and

Summer Productions Begin at ‘Black Box Studios’

At the Dwight-Englewood School, Black Box Studios recently commenced rehearsals for Legally Blonde The Musical. This is the seventh summer of the “Rock Musical Theater Intensive,” originally called the “Rock Musical Revue.” In its beginning years, the program took place in the Teaneck Jewish Center, but this year

Chabad Presents ‘De-Stress and Re-Focus’

On July 23 at 8 p.m., Chabad of West Orange invites you to “De-Stress and Re-Focus,” at a program facilitated by West Orange resident Jewel Safren, MSW, LSW, LCSW.

Do you often feel no matter how you work, you are always falling behind?

Do you feel like the weight

A Day of Education and Inspiration: Teaneck’s Community Education Conference

Over 35 schools, yeshivot, shuls, businesses and organizations banded together this past Sunday to hold the 2nd annual Teaneck Community Education Conference at Congregation Bnai Yeshurun. Branded with the mission, “Educating and Inspiring our Children Together,” the program offered attendees the

An Evening With the Tanya

Englewood—Rabbi Zev Reichman of East Hill Synagogue gave a Tanya shiur Wednesday, June 24, hosted graciously by Seth and Emily Gerszberg. The shiur is one of many that have taken place every Wednesday for the past year.

The shiur began in October of 2013, with original attendees Seth

NORPAC Hosts Rep. Nita Lowey (D-NY) in Bergenfield

Bergenfield—On June 28th, Miriam and Ezra Lightman hosted a NORPAC brunch event for Congresswoman Nita Lowey at their home. Lowey, who is currently serving her fourteenth term in Congress, also serves as both the ranking member of the House Appropriations Committee as well as the ranking member of the Appropriations Subcommittee

Republican Presidential Candidate Governor George Pataki Visits The Teaneck Doghouse

Republican Presidential candidate former New York Governor George Pataki visited the The Teaneck Doghouse this week to meet with Jewish Community leaders to discuss his campaign.

With the USA women’s soccer team winning a decisive victory against Germany in the background, on one of

NORPAC Hosts Sen. Kelly Ayotte (R-NH) in Englewood

Englewood—On June 28th, Linda and Raphael Benaroya welcomed Sen. Kelly Ayotte (R-NH) in their home for a NORPAC dinner event. Serving in the Senate since 2011, Ayotte is a member of the Senate Armed Services Committee which accords her a comprehensive understanding of the importance of security for a nation. She has stressed that

TEACH NJS Applauds Gov. Christie for Increasing Non-Public School Funding

On Friday, June 26, Governor Chris Christie approved the Secure Schools for All Children Act, an act that provides an unprecedented level of security funding to non-public schools. The passing of this act marks the first new funding line available to New Jersey’s non-public schools in more than 20 years. The approved