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Please join us Thursday evening, April 30 at the home of Judi & Mark Aronchick to celebrate this achievement and to honor Ronit Treatman, our immediate past president.
We thank Six Points Kosher Events for catering our reception with their rich, contemporary cuisine.
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NEWS & OPINION
Is the interim agreement working? What if we get a bad deal? Why does Netanyahu need his upcoming speech to Congress? And more.
A worker who has a proven track record should be able to take time off to deal with their illness or injury, or that of their child or elderly parent, without worrying about losing pay, or their job.
How did the Ukrainian Jewish community respond after a Jewish retiree was killed when shells fired by pro-Russian insurgents hit her home?
THE KOSHER TABLE
One delicious treat that you can bake for your Purim celebration is a traditional Turkish dessert called revani: a poppy seed-semolina cake, drenched in syrup and garnished with clotted cream.
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