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With Scott Halasz, The Dayton Jewish Observer Steven and Mary Solomon earned a pretty cool honor from Preservation Dayton Inc. After purchasing a prairie-style house on Squirrel Road in Dayton’s Five Oaks neighborhood, Steven and Mary fixed it up from top to bottom and for their efforts received an Excellence

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With Scott Halasz, The Dayton Jewish Observer Skyler Miller was awarded the Martin C. Kuntz 1912 Award of Excellence as an outstanding junior in mechanical engineering at the University of Dayton. Miami Valley School senior William Groger has been named a National Merit Semifinalist, a designation reserved for students in

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With Scott Halasz, The Dayton Jewish Observer Jane and Dr. David Novick used Dayton MetroParks to help their daughter, Elana, regain strength after her recovery from Covid-19. Elana, who is developmentally-delayed and lives in a group home in a New York suburb, contracted Covid-19 in March. Jane went to New

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With Scott Halasz, The Dayton Jewish Observer Childhood Memories, a photograph by Stephen Goldberg, has been accepted for inclusion in Partnership2Gether Western Galilee’s Covid-19 Photo Exhibition with Munio Gallery. The exhibit is a curated collection of photographs taken by Israeli, Hungarian, and U.S. amateur photographers. It highlights the time of

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With Scott Halasz, The Dayton Jewish Observer Mike Emoff is doing his part to help fight the coronavirus. He recently shifted the focus of his longtime promotional product business, Shumsky Enterprises, to provide personal protective equipment for those in need. “At the onset of Covid-19, we realized we had an

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With Scott Halasz, The Dayton Jewish Observer Sammy Caruso showed the importance of donating blood by using his creativity — and his veins. The recent Oakwood High School graduate was one of five $1,000 scholarship winners in the 2020 Community Blood Center/Vectren Lead The Way Scholarship competition. Sammy, the son

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A disgraced journalist is asked to cover a mysterious story on an isolated European island. She discovers that children have taken control and are killing off all adults by their 40th birthdays. Now she must uncover the truth behind the killings while schmoozing up to the children’s leader so she

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Jenny Caplan breathed a big sigh of relief recently when she finished up a big editing project that took nearly two years. An assistant professor in the department of philosophy and religious studies at Towson University, Jenny edited a collection of academic essays on the television show Crazy Ex-Girlfriend. The

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With Scott Halasz, The Dayton Jewish Observer Jane Novick, now president of the board of the Greater Dayton Volunteer Lawyers Project, was named Barrister of the Month in January by the Dayton Bar Association. The Volunteer Lawyers Project provides opportunities for attorneys to perform pro bono civil legal services to

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Dr. Jules Sherman has received Grandview Medical Center’s 2019 Distinguished Service Award for his contributions made to the growth and academic excellence of Grandview and Southview Hospitals. Beth Abraham Synagogue Sisterhood has announced its 2020 Women of Valor honorees: Phyllis Allen, Helen Halcomb, Tara Feiner, Goldye Kopmar, Linda Novak, Bonnie

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