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Naaleh High School for Girls Celebrates Annual Dinner

(Courtesy of Naaleh High School for Girls) On May 22, over 450 guests gathered at Keter Torah in Teaneck for Naaleh High School’s annual dinner celebrating Naaleh at Five. Guests enjoyed a beautiful buffet dinner and a night out with their extended Naaleh family.

The

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Northern NJ Grads Named 2023 Touro Valedictorians

(Courtesy of Touro University) Teaneck native Chana Rosenbluth and Passaic resident Aliza Peikes were named 2023 Touro valedictorians. Both will serve as student speakers at the 49 thannual commencement, to be held at Alice Tully Hall in Lincoln Center on June 4. Rosenbluth, who attended Touro’s Lander College for

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Orthodox Jewish Chamber to Host Jersey Shore Expo June 6

(Courtesy of OJCC) Ahead of its much-anticipated Jersey Shore Business Expo, set to take place in Toms River on June 6, the Orthodox Jewish Chamber of Commerce has released its lineup of featured presenters and awardees.

The expo is designed to bring together businesses from Ocean County and

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Stamford Sefer Torah Dedicated in Memory of Tova Feldstein, z”l

On Feb. 1, Congregation Agudath Sholom in Stamford was filled to capacity by mourners at the funeral of Tova Feldstein, z”l, a beloved young woman whose infectious joy and kindness had touched so many in her community.

In a blog post several days

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RPRY’s Hadassah Ritch Skipped Recess to Study For 2023 Chidon HaTanach

If past performance is any indicator of future results, one person worth watching is Hadassah Esther Ritch of Highland Park, an eighth-grade student at the Rabbi Pessach Raymon Yeshiva in Edison. Because she is likely to achieve great things in the years to come.

Ritch was the only

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JCC MetroWest Launches $250,000 Fundraising Campaign to Support Scholarships

(Courtesy of JCC MetroWest) Members of the JCC MetroWest community came together at the J in West Orange on the evening of May 10 to celebrate Stuart Raynor’s service as chief executive officer of the JCC MetroWest community and kick-off its scholarship campaign.

JCC MetroWest Board

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JCC MetroWest Launches $250,000 Fundraising Campaign to Support Scholarships

(Courtesy of JCC MetroWest) Members of the JCC MetroWest community came together at the J in West Orange on the evening of May 10 to celebrate Stuart Raynor’s service as chief executive officer of the JCC MetroWest community and kick-off its scholarship campaign.

JCC MetroWest Board

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Ohr HaTorah Volunteers Fundraise for New Building

(Courtesy of Ohr HaTorah) Congregation Ohr HaTorah in Bergenfield had a 36 hour campaign from Sunday, May 28 to Monday, May 29 to fundraise for completion of its new building. Throughout those days the shul was packed with volunteers, young and old, making calls on behalf of the shul. The campaign culminated in a

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Informational Seminar on Virtual Reality Learning For Jewish Institutions Planned for June 6

Learning in a classroom can be tough. In addition to the usual struggles, the information students are given is usually presented through books and abstract concepts, making it difficult to connect with the material.

VR Quest aims to change this by offering a new way

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State Fair Meadowlands Announces Blockbuster Entertainment

Full lineup of family-friendly, free entertainment planned.

(Courtesy of State Fair Meadowlands) Death-defying cycle stunts, racing pigs, thrilling rides and mind-blowing magic acts await fairgoers at this year’s State Fair Meadowlands, which runs June

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East Brunswick, Metuchen Mayors to Attend Middlesex County Jewish Business Networking Event

The New Jersey Jewish Business Alliance (NJJBA) invites members of the Jewish community to a Middlesex County Jewish Business Networking event on Tuesday, June 13 from 6-7:30 p.m. The event will be held at the King Palace Banquet Hall, located at 1673 Oak Tree Road in Edison. The event is being held in collaboration with

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YU Women Scholars Take the World by Storm

Communities bring GPATS student-scholars to share Torah during shabbatons.

(Courtesy of YU) Thanks to a new scholars-in-training shabbaton program, the women of YU’s Graduate Program in Advanced Talmud/Tanach Studies (GPATS) are bringing their Torah knowledge and the GPATS

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