Responding to the nationwide gun control marches being held this Saturday, and emphasizing the difficulty of participating due to Shabbat coupled with the importance of taking action, a group of yeshiva high school students has decided to hold their own march, scheduled for this Sunday, March 25.
Organizers Adira Barber and Danit Forman, Ma’ayanot Yeshiva
(Courtesy of Age Friendly Teaneck) As a way to educate and encourage students to consider elder care as a career path, Age Friendly Teaneck (www.agefriendlyteaneck.org) will initiate a four-week Career Exploration Internship for two outstanding and motivated high school juniors or seniors, who are Teaneck residents, in Summer 2018,
Sunni Herman, a Teaneck resident and the Executive Vice President of the Jewish Home at Rockleigh, is set to be the guest of honor at the upcoming annual Shulamith of Brooklyn dinner on Sunday, April 22 at the Manhattan Beach Jewish Center.
Sunni is a proud and committed
John Jay College of Criminal Justice hosted the recent Nefesh B’Nefesh Mega Event and Aliyah Fair on Sunday, March 11. This event marked the 10th anniversary of the organization’s flagship aliyah fairs, with three more to be held in March in Los Angeles, Montreal and Toronto. The event was co-hosted by Israel’s Ministry of
Relax Ma’adan regulars: You’ll still have your mouth-watering deli, coleslaw, hand-sliced lox and sable (like butter!) and stuffed cabbage. The business has changed hands, but the new owner comes with the blessing and support of Stuart Kahan and Yossi Markovic, co-owners of Ma’adan for the past 36 years. The partners
It’s no secret that one of the most visible voting blocs in Bergen County is Teaneck’s large observant community, many of whom are affiliated with Orthodox synagogues. Fourteen months ago, when Congressman Josh Gottheimer (D-Wyckoff) was elected to represent district 5, which includes Teaneck, Englewood, Bergenfield,
Last Sunday, the family of Teaneck’s Joseph and Florence Appleman dedicated a new shul and beit midresh at Touro College’s medical campus in Valhalla, New York. The building “Beis Yosef,” is named for Mr. Appleman, and serves Jewish students who are pursuing medical, dental and other health-related fields located
(Courtesy of Yeshivat Noam) The 16th annual Yeshivat Noam school dinner was a record-breaking fundraising success and provided a beautiful evening that was shared by all. The rustic look of the invitation design was creatively interwoven throughout the evening by the event co-chairs, Leora Cohen, Sharona Schulder
(Courtesy of Ma’ayanot) On Saturday evening, March 10, nearly 500 Ma’ayanot parents, students, alumnae and friends gathered at Congregation Keter Torah in Teaneck for Ma’ayanot’s Annual Scholarship Fund Dinner. The dinner was an opportunity to express gratitude to several people