“The Holy One, Blessed be He, gives the refuah (remedy) before the makka (disease),” our Jewish
Anyone who enters into the small world of Camp HASC on 362 Parksville Road immediately becomes a witness to a place where miracles happen. Over 300 campers feel lucky to call this place their home for the summer. Smiles and laughter are abundant as soon as one steps through the
What symbolizes the official start of summer? It may be the day the community pool opens for the season, the last day of school or the first night that fireworks can be heard going off in the distance.
For me, the
Camp 613’s Pajama Day brought campers and staff to camp in their coziest, yummiest pajamas. Everyone had fun with sleepy-time and slumber-party themed activities.
Year one at the new Camp Regesh campus got off to a great start. Campers and staff are loving the classic Regesh program in the new private wooded facility. Highlights of special events include the game show, the world-famous Chinese acrobat and a Rockland Boulders baseball game, with much, much more in
On Tuesday, June 13, hundreds of families, friends, faculty members and guests gathered to celebrate the SAR High School Class of 2017 11th annual graduation ceremony, which was held at The College of Mount St. Vincent’s in Riverdale. The graduates were addressed by Principal Rabbi Tully Harcsztark, faculty
The ballroom of the Stamford Hilton was filled to capacity on Sunday evening, May 21, to pay tribute to the past, present and future of Bi-Cultural Day School at the annual BCDS Celebration Dinner.
In keeping with the dinner’s theme, “Blessed,” the gala evening celebrated the
Since November 2015, SAR developed a partnership with S.H.I.N.E. (Students of Hostos are Inspired and Nurtured to Excellence), an after-school program serving students in grades K-6 at the Eugenio Maria de Hostos MicroSociety School (Hostos). SHINE is located in a socio-economically disadvantaged section of Yonkers where a majority
More than 200 families and friends of Stamford’s Bi-Cultural Day School (BCDS), wearing bright red “I Love Jerusalem” T-shirts, set out for New York City early Sunday morning, June 4, to join thousands of others as they sang and danced their way up Fifth Avenue as part of the annual Celebrate Israel Parade.