We hope everyone had a great Father's Day. The 9-2 victory of the Phillies over the Cardinals was an unexpected gift for all fathers in the Philadelphia area.
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Four lessons learned in the recent weeks.
A variety of viewpoints on the shooting at a civil rights landmark in Charleston, South Carolina. Victims included the church's pastor who had recently spoken in the South Carolina State Senate about the April shooting of Walter Scott.
Inspiring stories were shared at the Association for Applied and Therapeutic Humor's conference in Philadelphia: the courage of an 8-year old girl, the "gifted hands" of a neurosurgeon/presidential candidate, a visit from Fred Rogers of "Mr. Rodgers Neighborhood," and spiritual healing by Israeli medical clowns.
In a crisis, Rambam Medical Center, the most sophisticed underground facility in the world, is prepared to serve the people of Northern Israel and regional IDF troops.
This salad is a combination of cut up seasonal fruits, sweetened with simple syrup, and flavored with rosewater. 

Tue.-Thu., June 23-25: The Demon. Free concert composed by Anton Rubinstein, Tchaikovsky's Jewish teacher.

Thursday, June 25: Jewish Treasures of the Caribbean

Sunday, June 28: Breakfast with film critic Herbert Cohen.

You can add your organization's events to our community calendar. Choose "Add an Event" under "COMMUNITY CALENDAR" in the menu above our logo at pjvoice.org. Contact Jess or Amir if you need help.


Bonnie Squires president@pjvoice.org
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