Saturday, June 03, 2023

Community News

Danny Ayalon: A Former Ambassador Offers His Take on Bibi’s Speech

Elizabeth—Egos. Human sentiments playing themselves out on a world stage. Partisan politics mixing with the Obama Administration’s progressive moves to sign a nuclear treaty with Iran, a nation that has in the past encouraged the annihilation of Israel.

Danny Ayalon has been through


Going Off-the-Rails: Rail Safety Is on Agenda

Bergen County is in the cross-hairs of a serious problem because as many as 30 CSX rail line trains transit the county each week. People living near railroad tracks face a dangerous dilemma as those trains carry massive amounts of oil and flammable and toxic materials within a few hundred yards of homes, parks, synagogues, and


An Open Letter to Rabbi Rothwachs About Showing Us All The True Meaning of Chesed

Dear Rabbi Rothwachs,

As I was getting settled into my seat for my daughter’s Chumash presentation at RYNJ, I received the email about your selfless act of chesed of donating your kidney to Donny Hain. I was overcome with emotion from different angles at that moment. I was shocked at the news, but


Beth Aaron Sanctuary Floods; Teaneck Jewish Center Hosts Davening

Teaneck—At approximately 2 p.m. last Erev Shabbos, a pipe burst in the main sanctuary of Congregation Beth Aaron on Queen Anne Road and caused significant damage, rendering the shul uninhabitable for Shabbos. As the sun began to set, and it came time to light candles, many members wondered if the shul had been destroyed beyond


Shomrei Torah of Fair Lawn’s 40th Annual Dinner Honors

Fair Lawn—This year Congregation Shomrei Torah of Fair Lawn is celebrating its 40th annual dinner, which will iy’H to take place on Sunday, March 15, 2015. This event will express the synagogue’s hakarot hatovto three couples who have contributed immensely to the Shomrei Torah community and Fair


Plans for Holocaust Memorial in Teaneck Proceed to Next Level

Teaneck—Every year, for more than three decades, more than 1000 people attend the Teaneck annual Holocaust commemoration at Teaneck High School. There were far fewer people who attended the Teaneck Town Council meeting, where Holocaust Memorial chairmen, Steve Fox and Bruce Prince made their Holocaust Memorial Presentation, but they were


ZOA’s Morton Klein Coming to Ahavath Torah March 8th

Engelwood—Morton Klein, Executive Director of the Zionist Organization of America (ZOA), will be speaking on “Israel in the Crosshairs: A Zionist Response” at Englewood’s Congregation Ahavath Torah on Sunday, March 8th. The ZOA has been called “one of the most important and influential Jewish groups in the U.S. today” by the


Loretta Weinberg: From the Izod Center to Gets and Pensions, the Majority Leader Speaks

In a conversation with State Senate Majority Leader Loretta Weinberg that covered everything from New Jersey politics to the closing of the Izod Center, to Jewish divorce, to Sunday night’s Oscars, Weinberger is a Teanecker down to her very core, and in the course of a conversation with JLNJ, showed her true colors as a staunch Democrat


Dr. Ira Cochin Honored at Shomrei Torah Evening of Torah, Dinner and Chesed

Fair Lawn—Congregation Shomrei Torah hosted a special dinner in honor of its unique member, Dr. Ira Cochin. Cochin, 90, was honored last week for overcoming the challenges of blindness and deafness to teach at the New Jersey Institute of Technology and publish 15 books. The dinner was held on the same night Rabbi Dr. Abraham J.


Solomon Schechter Day School of Bergen County to Honor Community Leaders

The Solomon Schechter Day School of Bergen County (SSDS) will honor outstanding champions of Jewish education at its 41st Annual Community Celebration Thursday, May 7 at the Hilton Pearl River. Proceeds from the evening support Schechter’s cutting-edge curriculum and tuition assistance for students in need.


34th Annual Rubin Run at the Kaplen JCC on the Palisades on Mother’s Day

Tenafly On Sunday, May 10, the Kaplen JCC on the Palisades will hold its annual Rubin Run, drawing people from throughout the tri-state area and beyond to participate in an exciting athletic community event. Each year, hundreds of families and runners share in a meaningful celebration that focuses on family and


Sinai Schools Benefit Dinner Hosts 800

Teaneck—SINAI Schools held its Annual Benefit Dinner on February 8 to a packed house at the Marriott Glenpointe, with over 800 people in attendance to support the school for children with special needs. Honorees Shelley and Ruvan Cohen of Manhattan launched the Nathaniel Richman Cohen, a’h,

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