A Tribute Long Overdue

By Felix Thau

Editor’s Note: This is Part 1 of a two-part story detailing historical accounts and personal history of Nadia Frey.

After moving to Philadelphia at the age of three, Felix Thau’s family became close with a number of fellow Survivor families in the area. One of those was …

HACC History Professor, Others to Visit Senior Adult Club

By Cheryl Yablon

I am so excited to see you as we return to our Tuesday/Thursday Senior Luncheon and programs.  September we will have three of our wonderful speakers joining us.  On Thursday, September 2nd and 23rd, Rabbi Ron Muroff will lead us in discussions.  On Thursday, September 9…

A Compassionate Spirit

By Kim Kupfer

Compassion. That is how her mother describes her. Being the youngest of three siblings, she grew up around values of kindness, giving back to the world, sprinkled with strong Jewish traditions. It is no wonder then that Rena Cheskis chose to do a Bat Mitzvah project supporting…

Lancaster Community Member Supports Arava Institute with Ride Across Israel

By Don Feldman
In 1972, during the summer following my freshman year in college, I started bicycling in a serious way.   I spent the summer working for my father at his office in Manhattan and I decided to bicycle to work from our home in Belle Harbor, in southeastern Queens.   It was 1…

Dede and Merv Woolf Celebrate 70 Years in Community Together

By Adam Grobman

When Dede and Merv Woolf marked seventy years of marriage this summer, they celebrated alongside their fellow Jewish community members, some of whom they’ve known their entire lives.

After all these years, they still never tire of telling stories of being in and around th…