Tuesday, May 24, 2022

Community News

JFCS Plans Annual Ride To Fight Hunger

(Courtesy of JFCS NNJ) On June 12, Jewish Family and Children’s Services of Northern New Jersey (JFCS) will be hosting their 12 thannual Wheels-for-Meals: Ride to Fight Hunger. The purpose of this charity bike ride event is to raise money for JFCS to continue offering essential social


Mikvah Chana Holds 2022 Women’s Annual Gala

After two virtual years, Mikvah Chana’s Women’s Annual Gala returned in person on May 10. Over 500 women gathered at the Westminster Hotel in Livingston to support and celebrate the mikvah, also located in Livingston, and to reconnect with one another. Throughout the evening, women were hugging and


JCC MetroWest Hosts Celebratory Evening

Gala honors inspiring members of the MetroWest community.

(Courtesy of JCC MetroWest) JCC MetroWest is proud to announce our 2022 gala honorees in an evening to celebrate inspiring members in the MetroWest community. Community members Nancy and Jonathan Littman, Maxine, Lee, Jodi


Wildes Family Hosts YU ‘Rise Up’ Campaign Event

(Jewish Link Staff) Last week, Englewood Mayor Michael Wildes and his wife, Amy, hosted YU President Rabbi Dr. Ari Berman at their home for an awareness and fundraising event featuring the YU Rise Up Campaign with a goal of raising $613 million. At the event, Rabbi Berman announced that YU had already raised $250


Arutz Sheva Conference to Take Place Sunday in Manhattan

(Courtesy of B’sheva) The Jerusalem Conference, led by Arutz Sheva, will take place this Sunday, May 22, from 2-9 p.m. at the Intercontinental Hotel Times Square. The Conference will comprise both panels and one-on-one interviews with notable leaders and the Jerusalem Award ceremony.

The goal of the


Yeshiva University Celebrates Graduates With Expanded Commencement

Keynote address will be given by Ambassador Deborah Lipstadt. Commencement will be followed by Rise Up: The YU Siyum and Concert featuring Israeli Singer Ishay Ribo.

(Courtesy of Yeshiva University) Yeshiva University, the flagship Jewish university, is proud to celebrate its


Kaplen JCC on the Palisades ‘Lavish Lunches’ Events Support Senior Services Programs

(Courtesy of Kaplan JCC) Two June events are proud to support programs and services for seniors: Lavish Lunches Evening Edition on Thursday, June 2 and the Mitzvah Lunch on Tuesday, June 7.

Lavish Lunches Evening Edition will bring the women of the community together


Chabad at Rutgers Hosts Israeli Police Delegation

(Courtesy of Rutgers Chabad) Chabad House at Rutgers University hosted more than 30 officers and commanders of Israel’s police department. The officials are visiting the USA and participating in the Police Unity Tour, which honors fallen law enforcement officers. The Israeli police delegation is the largest foreign


Hebrew Institute of Riverdale Celebrates Israel’s 74th Birthday

Israel’s 74th birthday was celebrated on May 5 at the Hebrew Institute of Riverdale, open to the entire Riverdale community. Musical Director Jonathan Dzik directed the choir at this first unmasked outdoor celebration since COVID-19 began.

Several hundred


TCA First Graders Go on Community Walk


A Crisis between the Leaders of Judea and Samaria and the Government on the Housing Unit Cuts

Summary: The Higher Planning Council of the Civil Administration will convene this week, and is expected to approve around 4,000 housing units, 2,000 less than planned. They are fuming in Judea and Samaria. Gush Etzion Regional Council Head Shlomo Ne’eman: “Mr. Prime Minister, at the upcoming planning meeting you intend to approve more houses for Arabs than for


Why Should You Buy Mats While Enjoying Gymnastics?

One of the biggest reasons to buy them is safety. They help keep your floor clean and dry. If you are looking for a great way to improve your gymnastics practice, purchasing gym mats are a great investment. Gymnastics are a great workout for your body, mind, and spirit. However, you don't have much space to do them if you're like most people. They give you the space to

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