Paramus—The Frisch School’s annual dinner will take place this Motzei Shabbat, February 8, 2014, at the Marriott Glenpointe in Teaneck. The dinner’s theme is to celebrate the many ways that people choose to ‘connect with Frisch.’ A 600-student, co-educational, Modern Orthodox high school based in Paramus, Frisch seeks to provide an excellent
The Friends of the Israel Defense Forces (FIDF) National NY Gala Dinner will be held on Tuesday, March 11, 2014 at New York City’s famed Waldorf Astoria Hotel. The Gala, FIDF’s largest fundraising event, will bring together more than 1,400 prominent leaders from across the country to stand in solidarity and support of the soldiers of Israel.
Congregation Shomrei Torah’s 39 thAnnual Dinner will be held Sunday evening, March 2, 2014, at Congregation Keter Torah in Teaneck. This gala evening honors
Ann and Joel Pogolowitz, who have been actively involved in Shomrei Torah since they moved to Fair Lawn in 1984. Joel, an accountant, and Ann, a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, have served in
Bergenfield—The Bergen County Chapter of the Jewish Women’s Renaissance Project (JWRP) will hold its Third Annual Dessert Reception Fundraiser on Wednesday, February 12th at Congregation Rinat Yisrael in Bergenfield, New Jersey. Chava Willig Levy, author, A Life Not with Standing, was the guest speaker.
The Jewish Women’s Renaissance Project
Teaneck— Netivot Shalom will honor Robin & Justin Straus with the Sema Heller Memorial Award at Netivot Shalom’s annual dinner. Debra Passner will receive the Service Award.
Teaneck residents for more than 30 years, Robin and Justin Straus are founding members of Netivot Shalom and have been extremely active at the synagogue since its inception in 1997.
Newport, RI—It is best known as one of America’s most celebrated and picturesque seaside towns, a summer playground for the rich, a major yachting destination, and home to famed eponymous jazz and folk festivals. But Newport, RI, is also one of America’s most historically important places of Jewish interest and history.
Newport’s importance stems not
We at JLBC are proud to present our first-ever Special Needs pull-out section as part of our biggest paper ever! It is our hope that the next few pages can provide you with an even stronger sense of the many wonderful programs, people, and organizations out there—both in our local community and globally—dedicated to enhancing the lives of individuals with special
With the Jewish New Year season comes the reading of the book of Genesis. As we read through the ancient stories of the Patriarchs, I am always struck by how contentious the family dynamics were. As a professional financial planner, I sometimes wonder how different world history would have been if the Patriarchs had just done some solid estate planning.
Not long ago, while wondering what I should choose for my daughter’s Chanukah present, there came to mind a radio program that I had heard. The title of the program was “The Most Meaningful Gift You Ever Received,” and callers were invited to describe what they considered to be their most meaningful present.
It has been said the moral test of government is how it treats those who are most vulnerable. When the new legislative session began a few weeks ago, I was reappointed to Chair the Assembly Human Services Committee. My mission is to make sure that New Jersey meets that test and fulfills its obligation to protect and support individuals with special needs and their
It is a matter of basic fairness that children with special needs are given the opportunity for an education that meets their needs in ways that offer them the best education available. New Jersey has a Special Education law that permits school districts to assign special-needs students to an out-of-district school if necessary, even if the school is nonpublic. This
Bergen County Y Jewish Community Center: Focuses on reinforcing school experiences, developing social and life skills, and creating recreational activities.
YJCC S.A.I.L.: Provides activities for special needs adults.
605 Pasack Road, Washington Township, NJ 07676 | 201-666-610 | www.yjcc.org