(Courtesy of Cong. Anshe Sholom) Congregation Anshe Sholom’s sisterhood invites the community to hear Dr. Alex Joffe speak on the topic “Anti-Semitism in 2018. Where Are We?” on Sunday, November 11, at 2:30 p.m.
Dr. Joffe is an archaeologist and historian. A fellow at the Middle East Forum
(Courtesy of Young Israel of Scarsdale) On Shabbat, October 20, the Young Israel of Scarsdale welcomed children in first through eighth grade to the third snif of the year. Snif is a B’nai Akiva program held once a month, on Shabbat afternoons, that educates children about the State of Israel, upcoming holidays and current events
Young Israel of New Rochelle’s (YINR) latest Scholar-in Residence program was held on Shabbat Vayera, October 26-27. Michal Horowitz was the featured guest and gave four presentations to the community.
Horowitz trained as an audiologist but took a few years off to raise her family. During this
The Hebrew Institute of White Plains (HIWP) is hosting a shabbaton for prospective members the Shabbat of November 30-December 1. Visiting couples and families will be hosted by congregants and will experience firsthand what makes the HIWP community so special. The prospective members will share a
The Holocaust & Human Rights Education Center and Iona College Kristallnacht Distinguished Lecturer John K. Roth present “We Are in This World to Do Good: Ethics During and After the Holocaust.” This topic focuses on what happened to ethics during the Holocaust and how that event, including
(Courtesy of HIR-The Bayit) The award-winning documentary film “GI Jews: Jewish Americans in World War II” will be screened on Thursday, Nov. 8, at 7:30 p.m., at the Hebrew Institute of Riverdale-The Bayit, 3700 Henry Hudson Parkway East, Bronx, when the synagogue presents its annual Kristallnacht
Long-time Young Israel of New Rochelle member Vera Koppel was one of five women chosen to be honored at the New Rochelle Chamber of Commerce 2018 Women of Excellence gala awards dinner held this week at The Surf Club on the Sound in New Rochelle.
Koppel has been living in New Rochelle for over
The Israel Cancer Research Fund, Connecticut Chapter, will be paying tribute to three Connecticut oncologists at the Third Annual Heroes for Hope evening on Sunday, November 4, at 6 p.m., at Temple Beth El in Stamford, Connecticut.
The 2018 community heroes are Beverly Drucker, MD, PhD; Richard
Elisha Wiesel will be the keynote speaker at The Holocaust & Human Rights Education Center (HHREC) annual benefit dinner, to be held on Thursday, October 25, at the Mamaroneck Beach & Yacht Club. Honorees for the event include the president of Iona College, Joseph E. Nyre, Ph.D., and Mitchell Wm. Ostrove, board member,
(Courtesy of Teach NYS) More than 200 supporters of Teach NYS, a nonpartisan organization advocating for equitable funding in New York nonpublic schools, honored Cal Nathan, Morris Tabush, and Tamar and Ben Blumenthal, and applauded the groups $450 million in additional funding for its schools during the