Will there be camp? This is the question of the moment as the weather turns warmer and Zoom school winds down. For most parents, it is simultaneously exciting and terrifying: Yes! My child can finally see friends again and play! But after months of isolating, allowing our children to freely mingle together again feels unnatural.
Challenging times can bring out the best in a community, and Englewood residents and businesses have risen to the task to support our first responders, healthcare workers and our neighbors who may be struggling during these difficult times. Many exceptional organizations have teamed up to try to ensure that no one in our city goes
Marilyn and Roy Barth from Fair Lawn were given this card from their grandchildren Temima, Natan and Noam Ambinder, who recently moved from Baltimore, Maryland to the New Jersey area. This is our new reality, hopefully not for much longer.
(Courtesy of Touro’s Lander College for Men) Azzi Kimmel, of Hillside, received the Dr. Bernard Lander Memorial Award, presented by Rabbi Dr. Moshe Sokol, dean of Touro’s Lander College for Men at the virtual commencement held this weekend. The award recognizes overall excellence in academics, limudei kodesh, moral character
This past week, the Teaneck Police Department and the Teaneck Jewish community bade farewell to Detective Ed Lievano. For 26 years, Det. Lievano has been a mainstay in Teaneck and a familiar face to members of Congregations Bnai Yeshurun, Rinat Yisrael and Keter Torah.
(Courtesy of BPY) Ben Porat Yosef is excited to announce and congratulate Aliza Strassman as the newly appointed director of student services. BPY thanks Elana Cohn, who has been a valuable part of BPY, having served as the director of student services for the past 13 years, and wish her the very best in all of her future
(Courtesy of JFCS) In 2007, David Feuerstein decided to donate his bar mitzvah gifts to Jewish Family and Children’s Services of Northern New Jersey and allocate the funds to various personally important causes such as sending a child with cancer to summer camp and funding a year’s worth of meals for homebound seniors.
As shuls across the country grappled with ways to creatively keep the spirit of Shavuot alive, Rabbi Andrew Markowitz of Cong. Shomrei Torah in Fair Lawn, New Jersey summarized the atmosphere he was trying to embody with one word: warmth. He went on to explain that of the Shalosh Regalim, Shavuot is easily the most
(Jewish Link Staff) Shira Sedek is a graduating Frisch senior with a huge heart and acts on her beliefs. A few weeks ago she was learning about the problem’s families are facing during the pandemic. She realized that while she was being affected, there are others who were being affected worse. “A lot of people are losing their jobs or