Blue. Pink. Purple. Green. Bursts of color were everywhere on the Paramus campus of Yeshivat Noam on Monday, May 26 for the Inaugural Color Me Fun-two mile family fitness experience. Over 1,100 people participated and enjoyed getting splattered with color. Over 50 volunteers, including several alumni, assisted as
Elizabeth, NJ—Following the success of last year’s inaugural program, students at the Jewish Educational Center of Elizabeth’s Yeshiva Elementary and Rav Teitz Mesivta Academy (RTMA) divisions were treated to another round of financial literacy training by the renowned multinational financial organization PricewaterhouseCoopers. The
Over 500 men, women and children of the LPS Elementary School and community of Lubavitch on the Palisades along with the Tenafly Police Department, Tenafly Fire Department, and Mayor and Council marched together with Jewish pride and unity in the streets of Tenafly celebrating Lag Ba’omer. There were rides, BBQ, bonfire, live music, entertainment for
The Gita Cooperwasser Youth Program (a”h) at Congregation Ahavat Achim in Fair Lawn, NJ, joined with Cub Scout Pack 613—the only Orthodox Cub Scout Pack in Bergen County—to celebrate Lag B’Omer with a bonfire, ‘smores, crafts, and sports.
On Sunday, May 18 at the Jewish Educational Center Yeshiva of Elizabeth’s annual Lag B’Omer Parade at Nomahegan Park in Cranford, New Jersey, JEC schoolchildren are all lined up at the starting line. Close to 500 attended this second annual event with all proceeds going to the yeshiva’s PTA to help develop new programming. (Photo by Dr. Harris
On May 15, the amazing fourth grade girls of Rosenbaum Yeshiva of North Jersey went to Care One of Teaneck. They were there to entertain the Café Europa Holocaust survivors at a special luncheon sponsored by the Jewish Family Service of Bergen and North Hudson. Under the musical direction of Mrs. Harriet Zitter (aka Morah Hadassa), more than 50 young
Jacky Tuyisenge told middle-school students at the Solomon Schechter Day School of Bergen County that before she came to the Agahozo-Shalom Youth Village (ASYV) three years ago, her days were spent hiking up nearby mountains collecting firewood for heat and cooking.
“Exhaustion stole any desire to learn,” said the
Englewood—When Ambassador Yehuda Avner walked into the shul of the Moriah School recently, 200 7th- and 8th-grade students rose to their feet to greet him. None of them had ever met him and only a handful had ever heard of him. All they were told was that he was the former advisor to four Israeli prime ministers, Israel’s ambassador to several different
When Israel turned 66 on May 6, the children in the Temple Emeth Early Childhood Center were right there to celebrate!
The photos were taken by Barbara Balkin.