On May 5, Teaneck will host its second 5K race, sponsored by the Teaneck Organization for Public Schools (TOPS), to help fund technology and after-school programs for the students of Teaneck’s public schools. The 5K race has been fully certified and sanctioned by US Track & Field. There will also be a
Orthodox comedian Eli Lebowicz will be performing four stand up shows in Israel this Chol Hamoed Pesach. Lebowicz has opened for comedian Ashley Blaker and Comedy for Koby’s Avi Liberman, and has done comedy at Jewish events all over the United States, often at school dinners, shul melave malkas and other venues. His
(Courtesy of SINAI Schools) “I enjoyed being with the residents and seeing them smile when I walked in and gave them the bear!”—Sara Leah, SINAI Student.
Students from SINAI at Ma’ayanot invited their Ma’ayanot friends to bring stuffed bears to residents at CareOne
(Courtesy of Rohr Chabad Center) Twenty-five years ago, the Rohr Chabad Center for Jewish Student Life at Binghamton University started what has become a longstanding student tradition, and has since been replicated on more than 50 campuses throughout the world.
(Courtesy of JFCS) In March, Jewish Family & Children’s Services of Northern New Jersey (JFCS) received over $3,000 in grants from the Orthodox Union (OU) to purchase kosher food for its food pantries in Teaneck and Fair Lawn. These generous grants allowed JFCS to buy both kosher and kosher-for-Passover food
(Courtesy of NCSY) NCSY named Melvin J. Berman Hebrew Academy as the winner of its annual Jewish Unity Mentoring Program (JUMP) competition.
With the goal of making Halacha as accessible as possible while still conveying the Halachot in an interesting and captivating way, high school
Venturing into real estate is a business endeavor most people have on their entrepreneurial bucket list. And for good reason! Unlike other avenues of investment, there isn’t much guessing involved with what you’ll get out of your property investment. All of those hours spent scouring the housing market and searching for the perfect
On Shabbat of Heroes, Ezer Mizion brought true heroes to Englewood. It started Friday morning with Former Israeli Chief Rabbi Yisrael Meir Lau’s visit to the Moriah School.
Following Rabbi Lau’s visit to The Moriah School, Shabbat of Heroes continued over Shabbat with Rabbi Lau speaking at
A group of Yeshivat Noam 6th Graders and temporary interns visiting the Jewish Link of NJ office this past Monday during a Professional Development day for the school.
(l-r) Shia Forgash, Yonatan Halstuch, Bentzion Keiser, Aiden Rauzman and Eyal Kinderlehrer, with JLNJ publisher Moshe Kinderlehrer behind them.
As part of a Shabbat visit to Englewood to bring awareness to the Israeli organization Ezer Mizion, Israel Prize winner Rabbi Yisrael Meir Lau, former Ashkenazi chief rabbi of Israel and chairman of Yad Vashem, spent Friday morning with the students of The Moriah School. After visiting with the early childhood