The Englewood Father-Son Bar Mitzvah Mission to Israel helped Leket Israel – The National Food Bank pick vegetables for the needy in honor of Yom Ha’atzmaut. The group, led by Rabbi Shmuel Goldin of Congregation Ahavath Torah and Rabbi Zev Reichman of East Hill Synagogue, gleaned an amazing 9,900 lbs of turnips to help feed 2,200 families in need.
Churachandpur, India--Over 1200 members from the Bnei Menashe community of northeastern India celebrated Yom Ha’atzmaut and the resumption of their aliyah to Israel tonight with a festive celebration in the town of Churachandpur in the northeastern Indian state of Manipur.
The gathering, sponsored and organized by the Shavei Israel
The Cougar Sports Breakfast at The Frisch School is a time when The Frisch School Family gets together to pay tribute to the dedication of our student athletes, our coaching staff and our Frisch sports parents. Frisch students benefit greatly from all of their experiences in the Athletic Program. We believe in informal education as a powerful tool to help our students
May 2013 will mark the end of the second successful year of the local yeshivas’ sixth grade boys’ basketball league. Still in its infancy, the league has shown tremendous growth. The original league consisted of Yeshivat Noam, Yavneh Academy, Moriah and Solomon Schechter of Bergen County. The numbers doubled in the second year: Rosenbaum Yeshiva of North
With the harbinger of spring in the air, the MTA Varsity Softball Opener is less than a week away. Tryouts were held right before Pesach, the team is set and jerseys are ordered. After winning the championship in 10th grade, and a disappointing non-playoff appearance last year, things are looking good, with the squad ready to roll, along with new players
The birds are chirping, the trees are blooming and in Fair Lawn the weekend warriors of the B’nai Brith softball league are playing ball. The league has been in existence for over 25 years and for some of the die hards it more than just a game.
The league plays almost every Sunday morning from the beginning of April until the end of August. “When the winter
The CMEK Hornets AAU Basketball Club has had a youth basketball program in Bergen County since 1997. Programs include basketball skills training sessions and clinics, club travel teams, private training and tournaments. The travel teams feature players attend Yavneh Academy, Moriah and Yeshivat Noam. This year’s travel teams have had tremendous tournament success
Ari Katz’s basketball career at the Rosenbaum Yeshiva of North Jersey got off to a rough start. Katz, the team’s sixth man, suffered a broken clavicle (in a non basketball related incident) after the first game of the season. In Ari’s absence, the sixth grade Jaguars suffered a double-digit loss to Moriah. Thanks to tremendous teamwork the squad went on a
17-year MTA Varsity Basketball Coach Daniel Gibber sent the following message to his team just after the basketball season ended with a loss to Ramaz.
Dear Parents and Players,
This past season was a real joy for me to coach as our squad consisted of a group of the finest young men that represented themselves, our team and our school with
Each Sunday in the spring, over 300 children from grade 1-8, suit up, lace up, grab a water bottle, and head to Paramus. They, along with the 50 coaches that lead them, are part of the Yavneh Youth League.
Players come from 16 towns in and around the Bergen County area, and attend 15 different schools. But they all have one thing in common. They want to play
TABC, in terms of athletics has long been branded a “Hockey School,” but this year the Teaneck Yeshiva has, almost out of the blue, has performed excellently across the board in almost every single competition available. The wrestling team won the Wittenberg Tournament for the first time in thirteen years, while the basketball team reached the Yeshiva League