November 7, 2018 RSS feed / Local News

Boy Scout creates garden for special-needs clients at The Commons

AGE: 17 HOMETOWN: VOORHEES FAMILY: PARENTS DEBBIE AND JUD; SISTER LAUREN, 14 SYNAGOGUE: M’KOR SHALOM FAVORITE SCOUTING ACTIVITY: CAMPING FAVORITE SCHOOL ACTIVITY: PLAYING IN THE EASTERN DRUM LINE More...

80th anniversary of Kristallnacht to be commemorated on Nov. 11

This year marks the 80th anniversary of Kristallnacht (The Night of Broken Glass), a pogrom coordinated against Jews throughout Nazi Germany, Austria, and the Sudetenland in Czechoslovakia on Nov. 9-10, 1938. More...

Rowan Chabad hosts Family Shabbat Dinner

As the sun set on Friday, Oct 12, about 150 guests gathered together at the Rowan Chabad in Glassboro to celebrate Chabad’s Annual Family Shabbat Dinner. More...

Forum returns; seeks presenters to teach classes

Back by popular demand, “The Forum: An Interactive and Engaging Night of Jewish Learning,” will return on Saturday, Mar. 2 for its third year at the Katz JCC. More...

Hadassah will giftwrap your holiday packages

Stop by the Katz JCC in Cherry Hill and let the ladies of Hadassah make your holiday shopping easier this year. Bring your unwrapped gifts to the JCC lobby Nov. 26-29, Nov. 30, and Dec. 2 for expert wrapping. More...

Children had fun, parents connected at the Katz JCC’s Bump2Baby Expo

The Katz JCC and Advocare Premier OB/GYN of South Jersey co-hosted the Bump2Baby Expo on Oct. 28. More...

CLUB 1301 sets volleyball tourney

Bump, set, spike. Join CLUB 1301, a group of young adults right here in South Jersey, for an upcoming recreational volleyball tournament on Thursday, Nov. 15. More...

Author Jeremy Balkin shares his expertise on engaging Millennials

The Jewish Community Foundation, Inc. recently welcomed Jeremy K. Balkin, author of “Millennialization of Everything,” to share his insights on engaging the Millennial generation. More...

Non-fiction writers at Festival of ABC bringing powerful stories to the JCC

The Bank of America Festival of Arts, Books and Culture, now in its 29th year, will feature a fabulous lineup of talented artists, entertainers, and of course, authors. More...

Katz JCC’s Oy Vey 5K attracts over 140 runners

Over 140 runners participated in the Katz JCC’s annual Oy Vey 5K race. More...

Festival of Laser Light Show on Dec. 9

Chanukah is going to be seen in a whole new light this year at the Katz JCC in Cherry Hill. Bring the entire family for our Festival of Laser Light Chanukah Celebration on Sunday, Dec. 9! More...

Politz Day School was all abuzz

Politz Day School was treated to a dynamic and exciting visit from beekeeper Rabbi Danny Senter to celebrate Rosh Chodesh Cheshvan. More...

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Lions of Judah get taste of student life at KBA

The Jewish Federation’s Lions of Judah recently got a taste of what it is like to be a student at Kellman Brown Academy (KBA). More...

Jewish Business Network hears from Cherry Hill Mayor Chuck Cahn

The Jewish Business Network (JBN) heard from special guest speaker Cherry Hill Mayor Chuck Cahn (top photo) at a recent bi-monthly Networking Breakfast. More...

Hazon to hold Food Summit in Philadelphia

Hazon Philadelphia, in partnership with Jewish Federation of Greater Philadelphia, will bring together leading experts from across the American and Israeli food system to discuss both challenges and innovative solutions to food insecurity, justice an More...

JAFCO event set for Dec. 12 at Cong. Beth El

JAFCO will hold “Jewish Women as Agents of Change” on Wednesday, Dec. 12 from 5:30-8:30 p.m. at Cong. Beth El in Voorhees. Come out to support a worthy cause while spending a fun evening with friends and community members. More...

Film Festival on tap for Nov. 26-29

Enjoy four highly-acclaimed, award-winning recent foreign films representing diverse cultures at the 2018 International Film Festival, starting Monday, Nov. 26, at the Levoy Theatre, 126-130 N. High St., Millville, NJ. More...

Agencies collaborate to bring Festival speakers to diverse audiences

The Bank of America Festival of Arts, Books, and Culture of the Katz JCC worked with several Federation agencies in bringing expert speakers for community programs. More...

Reconstructionist convention coming to Philadelphia

Reconstructing Judaism, the central organization of the Reconstructionist movement, will hold a convention in Philadelphia Nov. 15-18, its first in eight years. More...

Holocaust seminar will be held on November 14

What was the psychological impact on Holocaust survivors after being freed from the German concentration camps after World War II? What was the experience of liberation like, against a tragic background of destruction and suffering? More...

Restuarant Guide

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