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Jewish Link Monthly Kids ART Contest

Congratulations to our winners! Congratulations to our winners! Henny, Tali and Maya, email [email protected]to claim your Chickies gift card!

 

 

Thank you to everyone who

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First Impressions

People are not always the same on the inside as they appear on the outside. The image that someone projects doesn’t necessarily tell the whole story. In this week’s Torah portion we learn about our forefather Jacob’s twin brother, Esau. On the outside, Esau seemed like a really nice guy. He would always speak respectfully to his parents and gave everyone the

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Chicken Marsala for Parshat Toldot

In this week’s parsha, there was a big famine, so we will be doing the opposite of that and having a big meal. Whenever I eat chicken I get so full. Is it just me? So we will be making chicken marsala!

Ingredients:

  • 6 boneless, skinless chicken breasts, halved
  • 1 teaspoon salt
  • ½ teaspoon freshly ground black
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I Drool Over Middle School

Dear Shayna B.,

We’re all really sad that we’re graduating from middle school soon, and we’ll miss each other. We worry we won’t talk to each other after going to different high schools. Any advice for keeping in touch?

Sincerely,

Aging RYNJ Eighth Grade Girls

Dear AREGG,

Truth is, some of you will probably go to the same

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The Parsha Cuff Link

For years now, Martin Bodek has been wearing cuff links themed to the week’s parsha to stimulate conversation around the Shabbat table. Naturally, it begged for a wider audience, and The Jewish Link seems like a perfect home—especially in name. Every week, we’ll present the “cuff links” and you tell us how it ties in to the parsha of the week. Email

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RYNJ Heads to Philly

This past week, Heichal HaTorah started the chess season on a high, defeating their opponent in their first chess match of the season with a score of 13-1. The chess team, led by faculty advisor Joseph Pitre, consists of ninth through 12th grade talmidim who meet for weekly practices prior to night seder. The team competes

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Heichal HaTorah Leads In First Chess Match

This past week, Heichal HaTorah started the chess season on a high, defeating their opponent in their first chess match of the season with a score of 13-1. The chess team, led by faculty advisor Joseph Pitre, consists of ninth through 12th grade talmidim who meet for weekly practices prior to night seder. The team competes with other

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TABC Freshmen Discover Power of the Microscope

Last week, TABC’s 9 grade biology students learned about the proper use and handling of a microscope through the examination of its parts and functions. They identified what occurs to an image when under a microscope by viewing the letter “e” as being reversed and inverted. They also calculated the total magnifications of

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Full House Attends RKYHS Open House

It was a full house at the Rae Kushner Yeshiva High School Open House. One could feel the energy throughout the building as prospective students and their parents participated in an enlightening evening of programming on Motzei Shabbat that highlighted the distinct values embodied at RKYHS and the many opportunities both in and out of the

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MTA Celebrates Siyum Before Fun-Filled Shabbaton

On Thursday night, MTA celebrated the Mishna Yomi siyum on Seder Zeraim. Many talmidim and rebbeim had completed the limud and the entire yeshiva gathered together to celebrate their accomplishment. The siyum was only the beginning of a fun-filled night that led into the MTA yeshiva-wide shabbaton. After the siyum was completed

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BCHA Has Special Reunion in Israel

Rabbi Shimmy Trencher, upper school principal at Bi-Cultural Hebrew Academy, and his wife, Stacey Trencher, took to dinner BCHA upper school graduates who are taking a gap year, or otherwise residing in Israel. From left in the photo are past students Douglas Herman, Daniel Janush, Josh Marcus, Avi Gordon, Dovid Trencher, Julianne Katz,

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Wedding Day Comes to Gan Yavneh

As part of learning about Parshat Chayei Sarah, the 3-year-old and pre-k classes at Gan Yavneh celebrated Yitzchak and Rivka’s wedding. They danced in celebration and baked and ate delicious wedding cake. It was so meaningful to bring the parsha to life!

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