A Jewish Learning Institute lecture, “Occupied With Peace: On the Viability of Land for Peace,” will be presented at Chabad of West Orange on Monday, June 26,
at 7:30 p.m.
Israel’s pre-1967 borders subsequently became known as the “Green Line,” to
JFS MetroWest held its Evening of Laughter on June 6 at Temple Bnai Abraham in Livingston. Over 300 people came out to support JFS, celebrate the 20th anniversary of Rachel Coalition, the Domestic Violence division of JFS, and honor Andrea and Bryan Bier of West Orange and Lisa and Erik Lindauer of Short Hills for their efforts on
In 2005 Saul Rosenblum launched the not-for-profit organization “The Generosity Series,” with the mission to provide all charities a powerful peer-to-peer fundraising platform without the heavy lifting, risk and expense that typically accompany Run/Walk events. He wanted to pair healthy activities
As part of the Bat Sheva Mitzvah campaign, talmidim of United Lubavitcher Yeshiva were recognized for their countless hours of learning Tanya Ba’al Peh this year.
For well over a decade, Rabbi Mordechai Kanelsky, executive director, and Mrs. Shterney Kanelsky, associate director, Bris Avrohom,
Chabad of West Orange invites you to join them in welcoming Rabbi Asher Zeilingold, spiritual leader of Adath Israel Congregation of St. Paul, Minnesota, for over 50 years. He will be in West Orange on Friday, June 16, and Shabbat, June 17.
On Friday, June 16, beginning at 7:00 p.m., join Chabad
Spearheaded by the Jewish Historical Society (JHS) of New Jersey, in conjunction with Daughters of Israel’s Recreation Department, students from West Orange High School conducted oral histories on the lives of 15 DOI residents. The year-long project was part of the students’ ninth-grade world history honors class taught by
The Names, Not Numbers© project was created 13 years ago by Tova Fish-Rosenberg, and is in its fourth year at the Joseph Kushner Hebrew Academy. The annual project represents the culmination of a year-long effort of planning, preparation and hard work by the
“I believe in our students and I believe in the ideals of the school,” said Rabbi Ami Neuman, principal of the Rav Teitz Mesivta Academy, as he reflected on his first year as principal and set his goals for the coming year.
“I see a very bright future for our school and
Art is a powerful tool for self-expression, especially for children who have special needs that involve difficulty with language and communication, or emotional challenges. In the five years since SINAI Schools established its Miranov-Paley Art Therapy Program, art therapist Sarah Tarzik
Livingston—ShopRite is partnering with LifeTown, an educational and recreational center in Livingston, New Jersey, where individuals with special needs practice daily life and job skills. LifeTown—slated to open in