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The widow of Rabbi Maurice Lamm spoke about consolation and thanks on Sunday night, at a shiur to mark Rabbi Lamm’s first yahrtzeit. “Thank you so much for helping me through a … more
Harav Binyomin Kamenetzky, a pioneer in the establishment and growth of Orthodox Judaism in the Five Towns, was niftar on erev Shabbos. Thousands attended his levaya on Sunday at the Yeshiva of South … more
Ground was broken on Sunday for Kehillas Ahavas Yisrael of Cedarhurst’s new building at 545 Arbuckle Ave. Pictured from left: Shul board member Izzy Wasser; Assemblywoman Melissa Miller; … more
The Jewish nation will move from sorry to joy as the sun sets on Monday, May 1, and the day’s commemoration of Yom Ha’Zikaron (Israel’s memorial day) morphs into a celebration of … more
The keynote speaker at Sunday night’s Five Towns Community-Wide Holocaust Commemoration said that tolerance, obviously missing from Europe in the years surrounding World War II, is the … more
Dr. Henry Abramson, dean of Touro’s Lander College of Arts and Sciences, resumes his Jewish history lecture series in the Five Towns community this week. Abramson’s free … more
Kehillas Bais Yehuda Tzvi of Cedarhurst celebrated its 15th anniversary with an Evening of Tribute gala … more
With fire trucks donated by the Young Israel of Woodmere and its members seeing action in Israel’s arson war, the YIW plans to donate two more. The shul raised $125,000 between Friday … more
Over the years we have shared wonderful times and challenging times together as a community. A rabbi could not ask for a better community or better synagogue leadership than I have experienced … more
Thirty children from the Young Israel of Lawrence-Cedarhurst embarked on a chessed mission last Sunday. Led by Youth Director Alyssa Schechter, they created “thank you” cards at shul … more
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