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Supporters of Kulanu filled the ballroom at the Sands of Atlantic Beach on Saturday night, February 16 for their annual dinner. The evening’s Guests of Honor were Brenda and Stanley Goldstein and Friendship award recipients Raquel Bernstein and Adam Steiglitz. more
J.J. Goldstein is running again. The enthusiastic 17-year old student at KULANU at HAFTR has rallied his family and other supporters to help raise, to date, $7828 for his second run with Team Yachad this Sunday in the ING Miami half marathon. more
My name is Masha Nockenofsky. I am 18 years old and I’m an autistic child. My youngest brother is the same thing, too. If you are all wondering why I’m so different from everybody else in the world, here’s how it all started. more
Kulanu Academy is pleased to announce that five of our students will be graduating this year.  Wishing Barbara D., Yonatan G., Chananya S., Garrick S., and Joshua W. much success in their future endeavors!   In addition, we are proud to share that Jack A., Abigail E., Bryan H., Moshe K., David S., Chananya S., Joshua W., and Josh Z. passed their Regents or Regents Competency Test this year!  more
Just mention the name JJ Goldstein to anyone of any age at Young Israel of Woodmere, and immediately the utterance of his name will evoke a smile. Whether you’re talking about his participation in sports leagues, or chesed activities, such as Tomchei Shabbos, for which he was honored by the shul, JJ is involved with boundless energy and enthusiasm. Most notable is JJ’s participation in Young Israel of Woodmere’s weekly Shabbos maariv minyan where JJ helps conduct the Havdalah service. more
He spent a decade growing at Kulanu, and as he graduates from its most senior program, Far Rockaway resident Yoni Olenick, 21, recounts the variety of Kulanu options that transformed him to an active and outspoken member of the local Jewish community, an advocate and role model. more
When a family walks down the street in the Five Towns and sees a child with a disability, a slightly different appearance, voice, or personality, how does the parent explain to the child that this slightly different child is also special, and an important member of the community? more
This Sunday's Kulanu community fair in Cedarhurst Park has been postponed more
Issue of July 30, 2010/ 19 Av, 5770 By Michael Orbach Over 6-feet-tall and rail-thin, Mark Kimmel-Weingarten towered over the rest of the campers and counselors in the Kulanu summer … more
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