How you feel about things affects how you experience what is happening.
Maccabi USA (MUSA) is a federally-recognized not-for-profit 501(c)(3) organization with an extensive history of enriching Jewish lives through athletic, cultural, and educational programs.
Born with a major mobility challenge, he never let himself be slowed down.
Enter Alon and Rosana Miller, pillars of the West Valley Community for over 30 years and philanthropists who are known far and wide for their sincere, heartfelt generosity.
A core Jewish belief, as Rabbi Steven Pruzansky writes about in the front-page essay of this week’s Jewish Press, is that there is an all-seeing eye above who views and records all.
It was a celebration not only of Chanukah but of Jewish music and the power of Jewish education as well. Torah Academy of Boca...
The event was presented by the Orthodox Union Department of Synagogue and Community Services of the Southeast Region and Southern NCSY.
“I definitely owe most of my success so far to Dr. Jenny Isaacs of the Yeshiva College Psychology Department,” said Nagel.
The only difference is how many are affected when the good intentions lead to the proverbial path to hell.
The club is coordinated by teacher sponsor Sharon Frier and club leader Todd Cohn. Programs are youth-led by the student board.
All children received Chanukah packages that included a real dollar, chocolate coins, and other Chanukah goodies.
Young Israel Congregation’s president, Aaron Weinberg, said the night marked a new beginning for Young Israel.
“The first time we served over 1,200 people,” Rabbi Lerner told The Jewish Press. “We know exactly how many hamburgers we served because we ran out of buns and had to go out and buy pita.”
Apparently, there was a snitch. Perhaps he or she was just answering the call of “See something, say something.” Perhaps it was just a yenta looking to make a little trouble.
The gathering was filled with music, singing, and dancing.