(Courtesy of Harmony Village at CareOne) With more than 5 million Americans currently living with Alzheimer’s, and as many as 15 million expected to be affected by the disease by the year 2050, the United States must plan how it will attend to this looming healthcare crisis.
(Courtesy of JCC on the Palisades) The Kaplen JCC on the Palisades is presenting “A Sunday of Strong Women”— a day of laughs, lunch and loads of inspiration on Sunday, March 18, 10:30 a.m. until 1:30 p.m., as three strong female authors with unique stories to tell share their ideas. Audacious and tenacious,
(Courtesy of JCOT) The first-ever Sara Lamm Dratch a”h Memorial Lecture was held on Sunday, February 25, in memory of Sara Lamm Dratch, who passed away five years ago. She was the daughter of Rabbi Dr. Norman and Mindy Lamm, and a beloved wife, mother, sister and aunt.
The lecture was
(Courtesy of Central New Jersey Yachad) The Central New Jersey Yachad pre-Purim event was held at Congregation Ahavas Achim in Highland Park. Yachad members from all over New Jersey and even some from New York came to join in the fun. Participants enjoyed an inclusive and interactive drum circle with Musical IQ.
(Courtesy of FTI) Foxman Torah Institute (FTI) of Cherry Hill, New Jersey, an all-boys Jewish high school, the only Jewish high school in southern New Jersey, raised an incredible $617,000 in a 24-hour, all-or-nothing, quadruple-matching fundraising campaign powered by Charidy.
The Charidy Campaign has
Yad Leah has announced its first-ever Mega Clothing Drive, which will take place on March 18, with a mission to support needy families in Israel by providing them with quality clothing. The organization will be accepting all
Elie Katz is inviting community members to a campaign kickoff on Thursday, March 15, at Dougie’s BBQ, 184 West Englewood Avenue in Teaneck, from 6:15 to 9:15 pm. Guests will be treated to a scotch and wine tasting as well as a buffet dinner. The event will be attended by dignitaries and local council members, including New Jersey
In what is now regarded as a 20th-century highly disproved prophecy of doom, the iconic LOOK Magazine predicted in the 1950s that Orthodox Jewry in America would soon disappear. Within a short period of time after this prediction, LOOK magazine folded and American Jewry went on to thrive throughout the USA. In no small part, this
(Courtesy of TABC) Monday evening, February 26, was a fun and meaningful night for the TABC community as almost 500 people, including parents, alumni parents, alumni, faculty and the graduating senior grade gathered together at Congregation Keter Torah in Teaneck for TABC’s 35th Annual Dinner.
(Courtesy of SINAI Schools) On February 26, over 1,000 people—the largest crowd ever—gathered for SINAI’s annual benefit dinner at the Marriott Glenpointe Hotel in Teaneck. This year’s honorees were Ruthie and Chazan Shim Craimer of Riverdale, Amy and Dr. Joshua Fogelman of Fair
(Courtesy of The Moriah School) On Motzei Shabbat 17th of Adar 5778, March 3, 2018, The Moriah School held its 53rd Annual Dinner at Metlife Stadium. Almost 700 faculty members, students and friends were in attendance to pay tribute to our well-deserving honorees. Excitement filled the air as guests