The Memory Café at the Lavy House will take place Tuesday, October 23, 12:00-2:00 p.m. The Memory Café program provides a casual time to enjoy lunch, social activities and entertainment for individuals with early to moderate Alzheimer’s Disease/dementia and their care partners. It is open, free of charge, to Alzheimer’s/dementia
Modern Orthodox singles (including machmir, middle of the road and liberal) ages 27- 45 are invited to participate in a “Fall-Back Shabbaton” on Shabbat Chayei Sarah, November 2-3, in West Orange.
The event will feature a Friday night sit-down dinner and program with Rabbi Benzion Klatzko, founder of
A Group of Chabad of West Orange members led by Rabbi Mendy and Altie Kasowitz visited the art exhibit at the Jewish Museum in Newark, New Jersey, last weekend for an exclusive evening with Pop Art Rabbi Yitzchak Moully.
Dear Team Eric,
What an amazing experience it was yesterday!
We Levensons, Mirskys and Krasnas were blown away by all the support. I’m proud to report that Team Eric came in #2 for funds raised (close to $10,000), and I came in #2 for individual fundraiser!
The investigation into anti-Semitic, racist and vulgar graffiti that was discovered at Scotch Plains-Fanwood High School last weekend is continuing, according to reports. The graffiti was spray painted on the exterior walls of the high school but was removed late Saturday night.
Dov Ben-Shimon, executive
Deb Kram, outreach manager, Conference on Jewish Material Claims Against Germany, will be available Thursday evening, October 18, at the JFS Halpern Building, 655 Westfield Avenue, Elizabeth, New Jersey, to speak to family caregivers about updates on Holocaust compensation programs. The program will take place 6:30 -8:00 p.m.
Per the holiday custom, Bris Avrohom held a Community Simchas Beis Hashoeva run by Rabbi and Mrs. Avremy Kanelsky, youth directors. Over 150 men, women and children were in attendance. Sandy Shmuely energized the crowd with lively music. Refreshments were served and the children enjoyed arts and crafts, said the 12 pesukim and
Joining the trip to Crown Heights on Saturday evening, September 29, were (l-r front row) Harry Vine, CWO Directors Rabbi Mendy and Altie Kasowitz, Elianan Hendler, Einya Aaron, Betty and Zvi (taking picture) Lando and their children, Sophie Pizem, Paul Newman, Betsy and Steve Goldstein, Michael Kessel, Shirley Hausman, (top) Michael Aaron, VP Chaim Massoth,
(Courtesy of Team Eric) Please join the Levenson and Krasna families on Sunday, October 14, as Team Eric again joins the American Friends for Suicide Prevention for an “Out of the Darkness Walk” around the lake in memory of their beloved son, Eric, z”l.
The location will be Verona Park
(Courtesy of Cong. Shaya Ahavat Torah) Rabbi Yosef Mendelevich will be the scholar-in-residence for the eighth Dr. George S. Rotter Memorial Shabbaton at Congregation Shaya Ahavat Torah in Parsippany, November 16-17. The Shabbaton will begin on Friday, November 16t, with Shabbos services at 4:30 p.m. followed by a sumptuous Shabbat
(Courtesy of GMWFCRC) On September 27, just one week after Prime Minister Netanyahu agreed to allow 1,000 more Ethiopian Jews to immigrate to Israel, the Greater MetroWest Community Relations Committee met with Abere Endeshaw Kerehu, a 23-year-old Orthodox Ethiopian Jew, to learn about the conditions of the Jewish