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As Tu B’Shvat approached, HAFTR Early Childhood Pre-K students participated in a beautiful Tu B’Shvat seder, sampling olives, dates, figs, grapes, pomegranates, wheat crackers and … more
Chanukah may be two weeks away, but holiday shoppers got a jump-start on Sunday at Cahal’s Chanukah Boutique. The fair, at HANC’s early childhood center in West Hempstead, featured a wide … more
For SKA students last week, chessed meant action and not words. Eleventh and twelfth graders did the ultimate chessed shel emet, volunteering with at the Hebrew Free Burial Society to rake thousands … more
At SKA, students will soon benefit from a modernized Beit Midrash and Learning Commons. Helping to prepare for the renovation (from left): Associate Principal Elana Flaumenhaft, Principal … more
In July 1943, Renia Kukielka boarded a train from Warsaw to Bedzin with 22 false visas sewn into her skirt. During the inspection, she “bravely opened her packs,” maintaining eye … more
A contingent of college students from the Five Towns is making an impact on scientific research in Israel this summer. In fact, approximately one fourth of the 26 undergraduates from the United … more
By simply taking four swabs of cells from the inside of your mouth, it’s possible to save someone else’s life, because for every 400 swabs there’s a bone marrow … more
Anyone teaching the past by skipping over the unpleasant parts isn’t teaching history. … more
When college and major league baseball scouts watched the 6-5, 220-pound Steinmetz pitch they saw a young man not yet 18 whipping a fastball toward home plate at upwards of 96 mph and dropping a curve that has a snap. … more
With a batting average of .415, on-base percent of .642 and an ERA of 3.2, you’d say this player is heading for the big leagues. He is, but also … more
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