The Hebrew Institute of White Plains recently welcomed Dena Edelman and Aaron Portman, two dynamic educators, to their synagogue as their new youth directors.
Edelman and Portman just
While their friends were enjoying the extended Labor Day weekend, 11 undergraduate students from Yeshiva University traveled to flood-ravaged Houston, Texas, to assist with disaster relief efforts. Though Hurricane Harvey laid waste to every part of the city, the student delegation
Rosh Hashanah 5778 starts at sundown this year on Wednesday, September 20. Yonkers resident Malkah Kaplan spent several hours Sunday evening arranging the Lincoln Park Jewish Center signboard to display most of the Modern Orthodox synagogue’s upcoming prayer services and
On Sunday, September 17, at 10:15 a.m., almost 400 bicyclists will converge on the campus of Purchase College for the annual Hudson Valley Bike Ride of the Jewish Board of Family and Children’s Services (The Jewish Board). The 10-mile event, set to officially begin at 10:45 a.m., is expected
(Courtesy of Chabad of Riverdale) In preparation for the Jewish New Year, children and their families will craft their very own ram’s horn instrument, known
The Israel Cancer Research Fund, Connecticut Chapter, will host the Second Annual Heroes for Hope Sunday, October 15, 6 p.m. at Temple Shalom in Greenwich, Connecticut.
The 2017 community heroes are the
Tues. Sept. 19: “From the Shtetl to the Stage and Screen: Sholem Aleichem’s Tevye Stories” by Andrew Dickos, film historian, critic and author at 1 p.m. Come and hear about Aleichem and
(Courtesy of Chabad of Riverdale) Just weeks before Rosh
Young Israel of White Plains is expanding learning and youth activities with the hiring of Daniel Sobin for the newly created position of rabbinic intern. Both Sobin and his wife, Naomi Stanley, will work as youth directors. They take up their new positions at the synagogue in