Thursday, October 06, 2022

Community News

Yeshivat Frisch Celebrates Hachnasat Sefer Torah

(Courtesy of Yeshivat Frisch) This week, Yeshivat Frisch was incredibly fortunate to celebrate the hachnasah of a sefer Torah dedicated by Jacob and Sharona Schulder, parents of Frisch ninth grade student Saadya, Hannah and Noa.

“It was deeply moving to have the dedication


Israel Bonds Hosts Annual Gala

(Courtesy of Israel Bonds) On September 14, Israel Bonds Metropolitan NJ hosted its annual Spectacular Gala. Close to 250 people attended the event at the Crystal Plaza in Livingston, New Jersey, to honor three members of the community for their efforts to help the State of Israel: Debbie Janoff, Dr. Jill Schwartz


A Peek Into the Growing Community of Elizabeth

(Courtesy of Cong. Beis Hillel) One of the earliest skills we learn as kids is the skill of counting. Numbers, numbers, we’re always using numbers. Well, here is an article all about numbers.

There are hundredsof communities in New Jersey, but today


Yeshivat Noam YNPA Distributes Apples and Honey


Netivot Students Create Sukkot Projects


Gan Yaldenu of Teaneck Welcomes the New Year


Gan Yaldenu Tots Have Fun


Teaneck Street Renamed to Honor Rabbi Yosef Adler

Last week, members of Teaneck’s Rinat Yisrael and Teaneck Township dignitaries, along with friends, family, congregants and neighbors gathered together, as a section of West Englewood Avenue, between Dickerson Road and Pennington Road, was renamed “Rabbi Yosef Adler Way.”


Jewish Fed of Northern NJ Rolls Out New Security Alert System

One of the pressing questions that faces many Jewish community leaders overseeing security for their facilities is: How can I get timely and reliable information about threats, security concerns and changing conditions in our area?

Fortunately for shuls, schools, and Jewish


YU Hosts Isru Chag Concert in Jerusalem Starring Ishay Ribo

(Courtesy of YU) Exemplifying its role as the flagship Jewish University, Yeshiva University presents the YU Isru Chag Concert, starring Ishay Ribo, on October 18 at the International Convention Center (Binyanei Hauma) in Jerusalem. This will be an evening of joy, unity and song, bringing an exuberant and moving end to the holiday


The Blue Card Partners With Rutgers University To Change the Future of Healthcare

(Courtesy of Rutgers) The Blue Card, the only organization in America dedicated solely to supporting Holocaust survivors, recently created a new program in conjunction with the Rutgers School of Dental Medicine (RSDM). This course specializes in training students in person-centered, trauma-informed (PCTI) care.


Yonkers City Hall Welcomes Jewish New Year

(Courtesy of Chabad of Yonkers) Chabad of Yonkers Rabbi Mendy Hurwitz welcomed the Jewish New Year with a shofar blowing at Yonkers City Hall, with Mayor Mike Spano and other elected dignitaries, and members of the Yonkers Jewish community. (Credit: Robert Kalfus)

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