Thursday, ‎ / August 13, 2020
Posts by: Nehama Silvers
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Chabad of Bakersfield Cuts the Ribbon
After fifteen years of fostering Jewish life in sunny California, Rabbi Shmuly Schlanger and his wife Esther have finally opened the doors to the permanent…
Holy Cow!
Until last July, Downtown Brooklyn, the third largest business district in New York and home to five local universities with many Jewish students, did not…
“Talmud Day” Commemorates Years of Learning in Sacramento
Five years ago, Rick Brodovsky, a Sacramento, California native, was at a crossroads. Confronted with difficult decisions and an unclear future, Brodovsky turned to his…
Jewish Life Blooms in Boquete, Panama
Boquete, Panama is a small town in the Chiriqui province in Panama’s interior, little more than thirty miles away from the Costa Rican border.
At Wesleyan University, Jewish Life Sees Progress
"With the new center, all our programs will be under one roof. It will be a hub for Jewish life on campus,” says Rabbi Schectman…
Of Boy Scouts, Rabbis, and Mikvehs
To become an eagle scout, Rochester boy scout Benjy Spanjer was required to undertake, lead, and manage a project that would benefit a school, religious…
For Jewish Students at ASU, It’s Time to Play Ball
Chabad’s new student recreation center gives Jewish ASU students a place to hang out and have fun
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