Teaneck—Congregation Netivot Shalom—a modern Orthodox synagogue in Teaneck—is having its annual dinner on Saturday, March 7 at 8:00 pm, at Fair Lawn Jewish Center. The dinner’s theme is “volunteerism,” which is embodied by this year’s honorees: Leah and Alex Moskovits, recipients of the Sema Heller Memorial
Teaneck—The National Council of Jewish Women Bergen County Section (NCJW BCS) will blow away the winter blues with an entertaining presentation by Austin Tichenor, playwright, actor, director, and co-Managing Partner of the Reduced Shakespeare Company. The meeting will take place on Tuesday, March 17, 2015 at 12:30 pm, at Temple
Marathon runners need to possess ability, perseverance, and the desire to succeed. It comes as no surprise, then, that this last January, motivated teenagers, six boys and three girls, all students at Emunah’s Bet Elazraki children’s home in Netanya, Israel, enthusiastically participated in the half marathon in Miami,
Tenafly—Giants of Generosity has just confirmed Chopped Jr. 2014 contestant Chef Eitan Bernath, a Yavneh student and Teaneck resident, has agreed to be the special guest host for the student competition at the second annual Celebrity Food & Wine Show on Sunday, March 22, 2015 at Clinton Inn in Tenafly. Bernath recently achieved
Livingston—The power of prayer was the focus of a talk on February 15, given by Jewish radio personality Nachum Segal at the Suburban Torah Center in Livingston, N.J. More than 60 people, including a number of individuals from nearby West Orange, attended the breakfast event.
West Orange—More than 50 members of the West Orange kosher-keeping community attended a meeting at Congregation AABJ&D in early February, to express concerns about the apparent decrease in kosher products at the West Orange Shoprite. JLNJ printed a notice of the meeting in the January 29 issue. A representative from ShopRite’s corporate
Let’s Help Level the Playing Field
Livingston—Founder Max Levitt believes that every child should enjoy the benefits of athletic involvement. Due to the high cost of equipment, that is not always possible. Leveling the Playing Field, based in Maryland, collects used sports equipment to donate to children who would not otherwise have the
Teaneck--The Congregation Beth Aaron family and the Jewish Link of New Jersey, together with the Rothwachs and Hain families, wishes Rabbi Rothwachs (donor) and Donny Hain (donee) a refuah sheleyma following their kidney transplant surgeries, which were completed earlier today.
Rabbi Rothwachs' wife Chaviva has reported that both patients weathered the
On Shabbat, March 14, 2015 at 4:00 pm, two Teaneck area synagogues, Congregation Rinat Yisrael and Congregation Beth Sholom, will jointly hold a pre-Pesach Community Beit Midrash. The event will take place at Cong. Rinat Yisrael, 389 West Englewood Avenue, Teaneck, NJ.
This unique partnership will bring
The Jewish Link of New Jersey has been informed that Donny Hain will be undergoing a kidney transplant tomorrow. The living donor is a member of the Teaneck Jewish community who found out about Donny's situation from
Hackensack—Known to Shalom Yeladim students as Morah Lizzie and Morah Becca, Elizabeth Wolthoff, 23, and Rebecca Winslow, 25, both of Bergenfield, miraculously survived a shocking car accident late last week as Wolthoff’s car swerved away from a truck on Route 80’s Hackensack River Bridge. Her Toyota RAV4 went airborne as
West Orange—During the week leading up to Purim, the Metrowest JCC will hold several events beginning with Family Fun Day on Sunday, March 1 from 10am to 11:30 in the Margulis Gymnasium. Special sports activities will be available, including a moon bounce, mini obstacle course, slides, tunnels and a special Tot Spot for children under 2.