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JVS Careers Services held its annual meeting Monday, June 27, at MadTree brewing in Oakley. Denis Joseph, the outgoing chair of the board, began the meeting. Joseph shared JVS Career Services’ progress over the past year, highlighting that two hundred and fifteen thousand dollars had been pa…

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JVS Careers Services held its annual meeting Monday, June 27, at MadTree brewing in Oakley. Denis Joseph, the outgoing chair of the board, began the meeting. Joseph shared JVS Career Services’ progress over the past year, highlighting that two hundred and fifteen thousand dollars had been pa…

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FRANKEL, Allison Ostrow, age 65, born June 10, 1956, passed away Saturday, May 28, 2022, after a valiant fight through a long illness. A life-long resident of Cincinnati, Allison dedicated her life to her family, her friends and her community. She took great joy in bringing people together f…

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After a two-year stretch during which "going to temple" often involved firing up a laptop in your living room and logging onto a Zoom call, The Valley Temple is ready to face our new reality with a new idea. What if Shabbat services came to you? That's the aim of the innovative "Valley on th…

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Thursday, May 19 marked the opening of the AJA’s year long exhibit on Rabbi Sally Priesand, the first female rabbi to be ordained at a seminary. The opening coincides with the fifty year anniversary of women in the rabbinate, beginning with Rabbi Sally’s ordination on June 3, 1972.

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HaZaK programming resumed face-to-face at Northern Hills Synagogue Wednesday, May 11th when the Laurelview Ramblers performed an assortment of traditional Americana music dating back to the Civil War, through the “golden” string band era of the 1920s, to contemporary songs. The program began…

HaZaK programming resumed face-to-face at Northern Hills Synagogue Wednesday, May 11th when the Laurelview Ramblers performed an assortment of traditional Americana music dating back to the Civil War, through the “golden” string band era of the 1920s, to contemporary songs. The program began…

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The Buchwald family is sad to announce the passing of Steven Mark Buchwald at the age of 72 on April 10th of this year in Torrance, California. Funeral services were held in Los Angeles, California in accordance with Jewish tradition at Gorman Eden Mortuary and Eden Memorial Park.

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Starting next month the American Israelite’s podcast, “Let There Be Light,” will officially be ready to take the show on the road. With the purchase of a new podcasting set up that will be fully equipped for maximum portability, podcasters Ted Deutsch and Julie Brook will now be able to reco…

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The Cincinnati Skirball Museum received the 2021 Visual Communications Budget Level Two Gold Award from the Ohio Museums Association (OMA) at its Annual Awards Dinner, which took place Sunday, April 3 at the Cincinnati Art Museum in conjunction with organization’s 2022 Annual Conference. The…

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Susser, Barbara, 93, of Boynton Beach, FL, passed away on April 23rd. She was a loving, devoted wife and life-long partner to her husband Leonard. They were married for 62 years. She adored her children, Gary Susser and Robin Susser Robin, and their spouses, Judy Susser and Allen Robin. Her …

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Effective April 11, 2022, Majestic Management has entered into an arrangement to acquire CarDon & Associates Inc. of Cedar Village. Majestic Care of Cedar Village and Majestic Care of Cedar Village Assisted Living will join twenty-six other skilled nursing and six assisted living locatio…

May 14, 1948. A ceremony was held in the Tel Aviv Museum (known today as Independence Hall) where Israel was declared an independent nation. The event was broadcast live as the first transmission of the new radio station, Kol Yisrael. This momentous occasion is remembered and celebrated each…

Adath Israel Congregation dedicated a classroom in honor of late teacher Scott Kabakoff. Classroom 125 was dedicated to honoring his memory and legacy as a special educator who taught in the classroom.  

On Saturday night, April 2, Adath Israel Congregation sponsored “Melaveh Malkah: Saying Goodbye to the Queen of Shabbat”: an evening of song and sweet treats at Cafe Alma. 

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It is with sad hearts that we announce the passing of Theodore (Ted) Daniel Appel, born October 7th 1940 in Cincinnati, Ohio. 

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Marvin H. Schwartz passed away peacefully on March 28, 2022 at the age of 89. He was the son of the late Edith H. Lapirow and Dr. Bernard A. Schwartz. 

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KATZ, Edward L., age 92, beloved husband of the late Irma R. Katz, devoted father of Ron (Yanina) Katz of Rhode Island, Debbie (Larry) Mandell of Ohio, Gary (Jodi) Katz of Kentucky and Richard (Lorna) Katz of Connecticut, passed away on April 15, 2022. He was predeceased by his sister Shirle…