Facebook Twitter LinkedIn By Ron Kampeas WASHINGTON (JTA) President Joe Biden is bringing a Jewish High Holiday celebration to the White House for the first time. His White House is hosting a Rosh Hashanah reception on Sept. 30, Jewish Insider reported on
Facebook Twitter LinkedIn By Ron Kampeas WASHINGTON (JTA) President Joe Biden is bringing a Jewish High Holiday celebration to the White House for the first time. His White House is hosting a
Facebook Twitter LinkedIn The Charlotte Jewish News September 2022 In mid-July, a group of North Carolina educators spent time together in Washington, D.C., inquiring, sharing, learning, and building community. When they
Facebook Twitter LinkedIn By Ron Kampeas (JTA ) August 30, 2022 Mikhail Gorbachev, the Soviet leader whose reforms, including allowing massive numbers of Jews to emigrate to Israel, changed his country and
You don’t have to look for long at the young leaders in our community’s Jewish organizations before you find one who got their inspiration and their start in their “BBYO career,” as many BBYO alumni call it, from Ellen Goldstein, BBYO’s area
Share on facebook Facebook Share on twitter Twitter Share on linkedin LinkedIn By Sara Schreibman, Yours Truly Needlepoint Volunteer Lynn Edelstein received all-too-familiar phone calls last week from area children’s hospitals. They
(JTA) — After weeks of fending off threats to their governing coalition, Israel’s top leaders have announced that they will instead seek to dissolve the Knesset, Israel’s parliament, and hold new elections
Eighteen months ago, the life I had known ended. Though my fantastic wife of more than 50 years suffered from Parkinson’s for a long while, her sudden passing was still completely unexpected. Fortunately, I had, and have, wonderful family and friend support. However, relatively quickly it hit me that virtually everyone with whom I had more than an incidental relationship was a couple. And while we could still have a connection, the dynamic had somehow changed. When some activity was being planned by one or another of my circles, I was no longer first on its mind. I felt I had to keep giving reminders that I wanted to be included. I recognized this was happening, but didn’t have an idea of what to do about it.
On April 26, North Carolina Supreme Court Justice Anita Earls presented the prestigious Order of the Long Leaf Pine Award to Kenneth Schorr at his Charlotte Center for Legal Advocacy (“The Advocacy Center”) retirement celebration for exemplary service to the state. This followed on the heels of the Lifetime Achievement Award from the North Carolina Justice Center in 2020, recognizing Schorr “for his decades of leadership in legal services, as he tirelessly defended the interests of underrepresented North Carolinians.”
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