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Friendship Circle Seeks Volunteers for End of Summer Camp

The Friendship Circle is recruiting  volunteers for its End of Summer Camp for children with special needs. The camp will run from August 23rd to 27th, Monday through Friday, from 10:00 am to 3:00 pm and Friday until 1:00 pm and will be located at Lubavitch on the Palisades in Tenafly. Those interested can volunteer on any or all of the days. Volunteers interested in making a difference, enjoying a fabulous week and are aged seventh grade and up should RSVP to Zeesy Grossbaum at [email protected].

Ukuleles for Peace to Give Special Performance at the Jewish Center of Teaneck

Ukuleles for Peace in Israel,  a non-profit musical group comprised of teenage children from Israel, will give a special performance at the Jewish Center of Teaneck on Tuesday, July 28th, at 8 pm. The goal of Ukuleles for Peace is to bring Jewish and Arab teenage children together to play in an orchestra with ukuleles, kazoos and other fun instruments. The founder of Ukuleles for Peace, Paul Moore, works with the students once a week in their own schools, and brings them together for performances. The children sing in Hebrew, Arabic and English. The hope is that playing together will generate further opportunities for communal activities and that parents and members of the communities will get involved in the program. The group has been in the United States for three weeks, having performed in Rhode Island, Maine, New York City, the Kennedy Center in Washington DC and Hawaii. This will be their final performance. A voluntary contribution of $15 is requested to enable more children to participate in the group, and to help fund the purchase of ukuleles for those who cannot afford to buy one. Checks can be made out to the Jewish Center of Teaneck. All contributions will go towards the organization Ukuleles for Peace in Israel.

Practical Hilchot Kashrut Series for Women

A three part series of shiurim for post-college and college-aged women on practical halacha, including microwaves, ovens, countertops, knives, spices, kashering and toveling keilim, hashgachos and other practical topics in Basar B’chalav is taking place at Congregation Beth Abraham in Bergenfield. The shiur will be given by Rabbi Tanchum Cohen. All shiurim are from 8:15 to 9:00 pm. The last shiur in the series will be Monday, July 27th.

I.C.E. Event with Rav Hanoch Teller

Inspirational College Events, sponsored by BNOT, is having its next event Tuesday night, August 11th, featuring the “King of StoryTellers,” Rav Hanoch Teller. His shiur is entitled, “Repent Now and Avoid the Yom Kippur Rush.” Refreshments will be served at 7:30 pm and the shiur will begin at 8:00 pm in Congregation Bnai Yeshurun, 641 West Englewood Avenue, in the Social Hall. This event is open to women of all ages. Contact Lauren Szpilzinger, [email protected] for more information.

CareOne at Teaneck to Host Discussion about Navigating the Medicare Process

CareOne at Teaneck will be hosting a discussion on “Navigating the Medicare Process” presented by Tom Singleton of Krietzberg Wealth Management, on Wednesday July 29th, at 7:00 pm at CareOne at Teaneck, located at 544 Teaneck Road, Teaneck.

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