Saturday, February 16, 2019

Community News

Congregation Anshe Sholom to Host Holocaust Exhibit

The Holocaust & Human Rights Education Center and the Sisterhood of Congregation Anshe Sholom will host an exhibition, “Cartoonists Against the Holocaust” on Sunday, October 14, at 3 p.m. at Congregation Anshe Sholom, 50 North Avenue, New Rochelle, NY 10805.

Prizmah CEO Paul Bernstein Chosen for Algemeiner’s ‘J100’

Paul Bernstein, a resident of New Rochelle, was recently selected by The Algemeiner to appear on their fifth annual “J100” list of the top 100 people positively influencing Jewish life, for his “impactful work on behalf of the Jewish people.” Bernstein is the founding CEO of Prizmah: Center

Dr. Elisheva Carlebach to Present at YINR

Dr. Elisheva Carlebach, the Baron Professor of Jewish History, Culture and Society at Columbia University and director of its Institute for Israel and Jewish Studies, will present “Loving the Stranger? Membership and Alienation in Early Modern European Jewish Communities” on Sunday, October 14, at 8

Westchester Welcomes New Shlichim

Westchester Jewish Council announced the arrival in White Plains of the the newest shlichim—Israeli emissaries—who were welcomed to the community at the Annual Westchester Jewish Leadership Reception. Nadav Shachmon is the community’s fourth

Young Israel of Scarsdale Welcomes New Youth Directors

(Courtesy of Young Israel of Scarsdale) The Young Israel of Scarsdale is pleased to welcome its new youth directors, Darren and Nechama May. Darren grew up in Calabasas, California, graduating from Calabasas High School. Following high school he attended Nesivos Ahron, a yeshiva in Israel, then went on to

Rabbi Dov Linzer to Head YCT Rabbinical School

(Courtesy of YCT) Yeshivat Chovevei Torah (YCT) Rabbinical School is delighted to announce that beginning this academic year, Rabbi Dov Linzer will head YCT, taking on the public leadership of the yeshiva while retaining the title, role and responsibilities of rosh

Kanters Depart YINR Youth Department

On Shabbat, August 4, the Young Israel of New Rochelle (YINR) bade farewell to Daniel and Rayli Kanter. The couple has served as the youth directors of the shul for the past three years.

YINR always seeks to recruit

Atria Riverdale Holds 2018 Chef Showdown

On Thursday, July 19, the Atria Senior Living facility in Riverdale held their annual Chef Showdown. This year’s competition was titled “The Battle of the Tomato Divide: The Competition Will Be Fierce, No Matter How You Slice It.” The ‘secret’ ingredient was tomatoes. In keeping

Team TFSB of New Rochelle Enjoys Bike4Chai Success

On August 1 and 2, hundreds of bike riders of all skill levels participated in the ninth annual Bike4Chai event. The riders recruit sponsors for the benefit of the children of Chai Lifeline. In 2009, Dovid Egert raised $10,000 in sponsorships for a 135 mile ride

Congregation Anshe Sholom Sponsors ‘Cartoonists Against the Holocaust’

The Sisterhood of Congregation Anshe Sholom will host the exhibition, “Cartoonists Against the Holocaust” on Sunday, October 14, at 3 p.m. at Congregation Anshe Sholom, 50 North Avenue, New Rochelle NY 10801. Admission: $7.00.  Light refreshments will be served.  RSVP: 914-632-9220.

Young Israel of Fort Lee Celebrates Another Year of Growth

This Shabbat, September 8, Young Israel of Fort Lee will celebrate another year of substantial growth. A special “New Members” kiddush will be held after davening to welcome the 16 new family and single members who have joined the synagogue over the past 12 months.

Kosher Dinner Lady Opens Custom Bakery

Rachel Berger, The Kosher Dinner Lady known for her lemon squares, custom cakes and unique hamantashen creations, recently launched a new business venture: a custom bakery.

“I have always loved baking!

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