Last Sunday, the youth department of Congregation Ohr Torah of West Orange held its “Let’s Get Moving” event. The event, for kids 4-8 years old, featured playtime on the Fun Bus and a martial arts class by Ohr Torah’s own Sensei Mark Grebenau. Whether they were swinging, sliding or jumping on the bus or breaking
Chabad of West Orange is proud to welcome the Honorable Ruchie Freier, who will be speaking at their Annual Women’s Dinner, entitled “Encourage. Empower. Inspire.” on Tuesday, January 8, at 7:30 p.m.
Freier, a civil court judge in Brooklyn’s fifth district and the first chasidic woman to
Chana’le Kasowitz (middle in light gray) teaches the art of Havdalah candle making after a lesson about Havdalah was led by her mother, Altie (to her left), co-director of Chabad West Orange, on a recent Saturday evening.
Chabad of West
Hermann Kaiser, long-time supporter of Shaare Zedek, was honored with the Lev Tov Award at the recent Heart of Jerusalem dinner.
Kaiser emigrated with his parents and brother from Germany to the United States in 1941. The family settled in Utica, New York, where Hermann received his BA in
The Rachel Coalition recently hosted its annual Women to Women Luncheon at the Wilshire Grand Hotel in West Orange. The keynote speaker was Jennie Willoughby, a domestic violence survivor who has been outspoken about her abuser, Rob Porter, a former White House aide.
Proceeds from the luncheon
The Jewish Family Service of Central NJ Alzheimer’s/dementia caregiver support group will take place on Friday, January 4, at 10 a.m., at The JFS Halpern Building in Elizabeth. The group is free and open to Alzheimer’s/dementia caregivers in the community and is run in accordance with the Alzheimer’s New Jersey
(Courtesy of JFS MetroWest) Northwest New Jersey Community Action Partnership (NORWESCAP) is pleased to announce a new partnership with Jewish Family Service of MetroWest (JFS) to launch Senior Reach, a nationally recognized, evidence-based program designed to reach socially isolated seniors in need of services required to combat declining
Things don’t happen by themselves. But if you asked Ruchie Freier, she affirms that both the believable and the unbelievable are in the hands of Hashem.
On her “speaking tour” she has reached out to multiple communities, speaking most recently at Bruriah High School in
(Courtesy of JCC MetroWest) On Friday, December 7, JCC MetroWest hosted the second annual Women Of Valor brunch honoring four inspiring and devoted women who have made a significant impact to the MetroWest community. Barbara Birnbaum (Livingston), Annette Littman (West Orange), Leslie Dannin Rosenthal (South Orange) and
The Torah’s identity has always been linked with the Jewish people; indeed, its study is the key to their longevity. Though its availability to the masses is something we take for granted, it wasn’t always the case. In the early 1950s, before the yeshiva system blossomed in America, Torah study was largely ignored.
Congratulations to Elizabeth Monge, Hirsch Pavilion charge nurse at Daughters of Israel, who was a recipient of the Leading Age NJ “Excellence in Care” award. Elizabeth was presented with the award at a breakfast ceremony on December 5.