(l-r) Lt. Col. Tiran Attia, Celine Leeds, former Livingston Mayor Ed Meinhardt, Evi Meinhardt, Anna Millstein, Elena Meinhardt and Sheila Lurie.
The decision to leave their child, either with a nanny or in a daycare setting, is often a difficult one for parents. Is the person trustworthy? Will the child be loved? Fed? Well cared for? Is the facility licensed? Clean? Are the caregivers experienced? Will the child be stimulated during the day? Will the child be safe?
(Courtesy of Chabad of West Orange) This February, Rabbi Mendy Kasowitz of Chabad of West Orange will offer “Crime and Consequence,” a new six-session course by the acclaimed Rohr Jewish Learning Institute (JLI) exploring 3000 years of Jewish perspective on conviction, sentencing and criminal rehabilitation.
Bris Avrohom of Hillside held a farbrengen in honor of Yud Shevat to commemorate the yahrtzeit of the previous Lubavitcher Rebbe and the day that our Rebbe assumed leadership. The guest speaker was Rabbi Yosef Carlebach who shared personal stories and advice from the Rebbe. A festive dinner with l’chaim was served.
To find out more about future
Residents at Daughters of Israel enjoyed a special interactive music and art program with toddlers on January 9. Organized by two volunteers, Rachel Marcus and Emily Fox, who bring their toddlers to visit the residents on a weekly basis, the event brought lots of smiles and laughter to the residents.
The Gaelen Center for the Arts at JCC MetroWest announces a multi-faceted selection of arts and cultural programing for 2019. Building upon their already successful New Jersey Jewish Film Festival, popular youth theater programs and art gallery exhibitions, the coming season will include a Conservatory Chamber
Plans for an historic global screening event are under way for director Roberta Grossman’s latest documentary feature film, “Who Will Write Our History.” The film will screen at hundreds of theaters and special venues worldwide on Sunday, January 27, International Day of Commemoration in Memory of the
An informational program on “Active Fall Prevention & Therapeutic Exercise” for seniors will take place on Tuesday, February 5, 11:30 a.m., at The Senior Resource Center at The Lavy House, 748 E. Broad Street, Westfield.
The program will be presented by Dr. Claire M. Mulry, OTD, OTR, CAPS, who is
(Courtesy of Bris Avrohom) Mikhail and Yulia Kipnis from the former Soviet Union and longtime friends and supporters of Bris Avrohom, invited the Kanelskys to officiate the bar mitzvah of their son Benjamin. The Kipnis family held celebrations in three locations: The first celebration was held at the Kotel, where the bar
The Greater MetroWest community is launching a new Hebrew school called Kulanu. Kulanu, from the phrase “Kulanu Kedoshim,” or “We are all holy,” aims to provide Torah-based educational, spiritual and social programming to Jewish children in public school, including those who have left yeshiva, enabling them to feel more
Rabbi Mordechai Kanelsky of Bris Avrohom was invited by Assemblywoman Lisa Swain and Assemblyman Chris Tully to deliver the invocation at the New Jersey State Assembly for the last session of 2018. At the invocation Rabbi Kanelsky stressed the important concept of giving charity and the belief in “In God We Trust” that