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With Rachel Haug Gilbert, The Dayton Jewish Observer Ray Must’s artwork will be on exhibit at the Dayton Visual Arts Center. The retrospective, Oil & Water: Raymond Must and Ernest Koerlin, runs May 9-June 21 and was selected from 117 applications through DVAC’s call for exhibitions. Ray and Ernest taught

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With Rachel Haug Gilbert, The Dayton Jewish Observer Jack Jacobs, son of Martin and Martha Moody Jacobs, was awarded his Eagle badge in an honor court held Jan. 11. Jack was a member of Troop 516 in Centerville. For his Eagle project, he oversaw the building of a bridge on

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Hillel Academy has hired Patty Caruso as its director of development. She’s assisting with fund raising, marketing, public relations, publicity, and outreach to continue the Jewish day school’s already growing enrollment. Elaine Bettman is one of eight honorees for this year’s YWCA Women of Influence Awards Luncheon, to be held

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Beth Abraham Sisterhood has announced its 2014 Women of Valor honorees: Melinda Doner, Helene Gordon, Susie Katz, Harriet Klass, Ellen Leffak, Gayle Moscowitz, and Patti Schear. The awards luncheon, to be held May 7, will also posthumously honor Carol Pavlofsky. Event chairs are Elaine Bettman and Randi Fuchsman. Cantor Jerome

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With Rachel Haug Gilbert, Special To The Dayton Jewish Observer Eric Poch received a promotion to the position of associate registrar at Wright State University. In his 16 years working for Wright State, he has worked with faculty as well as students, and according to his wife, Sheri, he is

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With Rachel Haug Gilbert, The Dayton Jewish Observer Todd Seaman, a 2013 graduate of the Moritz School of Law at The Ohio State University, recently passed the Ohio bar. Todd works at the Thompson-Hine law firm in Columbus. His parents are Michael and Cindy Seaman of Vandalia. Melissa Frydman, daughter

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At the 25th Anniversary Gala for Homefull on Sept. 19, 12-year-old Max Mader shared his personal experiences about Homefull and his program, Storytime With Max. Homefull works to end homelessness by providing housing, services, advocacy and education. During Storytime With Max, he brings in snacks and reads children’s books from

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With Rachel Haug Gilbert, The Dayton Jewish Observer Welcome to Kvelling Corner! I was born and raised in the Dayton area, and I am proud that my family was among the founding members of Temple Beth Or. Although I have a marketing degree from the University of Kentucky, I really

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