Religion May 2007 Rabbi Shmuel Klatzkin Chabad of Greater Dayton It’s now graduation season. The individual students who put in the effort, the families who supported them and cheered them on, the communities who take pride in their accomplishments and look forward to the contributions they will make all have

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Chaplain (Capt.) Joshua Narrowe Marshall Weiss The Dayton Jewish Observer On a sunny Wednesday lunch hour before the High Holy Days, a dozen people came together at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base to study Maimonides’ Laws of Repentance and to enjoy a kosher meal. Those who participated included Air Force personnel,

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2004 JCC Maccabi Games Marc Jacob   With Olympic fever spreading across the nation, it was easy to see the excitement and anticipation building at this year’s JCC Maccabi Games. More than 900 Jewish athletes along with 250 coaches and delegation heads converged onto the Leo Yasenoff JCC campus for

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Federation consolidates senior services Marshall Weiss The Dayton Jewish Observer Consolidation will expand services for growing local elderly population In September, the Board of the Jewish Federation of Greater Dayton agreed to merge Covenant House and Jewish Family Services into the Dayton Area Jewish Senior Service Agency. This new agency

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Federation locations Boonshoft Center for Jewish Culture & Education 937-853-0372 or 937-610-1555  Active Adults BBYO Cultural Arts Dayton Area Jewish Senior Service Agency Dayton Jewish Federation Foundation DJCC Administrative Offices DJCC Summer Camps Early Childhood Services Interfaith Jewish Community Relations Council Jewish Federation Administrative Offices Outreach The Dayton Jewish Observer

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Looking to spice up your kitchen? Click here to download the recipe featured at our Joint Annual Meeting on May 22, 2013. The following board members were officially intstalled at the 2013 JFGD Joint Annual Meeting on May 22, 2013: JFGD Board Member (1-year term ending in 2014): Bob Heuman

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Chabad business ethics course Chabad’s Rabbi Nochum Mangel leads a Business Ethics Roundtable   By Marshall Weiss, The Dayton Jewish Observer Beginning this month, a course designed and taught by Chabad of Greater Dayton Director Rabbi Nochum Mangel will be available for use to more than 4,000 Chabad-Lubavitch institutions around

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Afro-Semitic Experience The Afro-Semitic Experience   By Scott Halasz, Special To The Dayton Jewish Observer With apologies to Jimi Hendrix, the Experience is alive and well. But this one isn’t about Purple Haze or a Foxy Lady. This is the Afro-Semitic Experience and it’s coming to Dayton as part of

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Religion, December 08 By Rabbi Kari Hofmaister Tuling, Temple Beth Shalom, Middletown Rabbi Kari Hofmaister Tuling Once, when I visited a childhood friend of mine, I had the opportunity to talk at some length with her Orthodox husband. As we were returning from synagogue one morning, he turned and asked

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Interview with Wendy Mogel Festival and Joffe Day of Jewish Learning present Skinned Knee author and psychologist Wendy Mogel on raising self-reliant children By Michelle Tedford, Special To The Dayton Jewish Observer Wendy Mogel Our children are over-scheduled, over-indulged, over-protected, anxious and irresponsible, says clinical psychologist Wendy Mogel. One solution

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