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Saul Dreier’s message to a younger generation on his 99th birthday
Saul Dreier has lived many lives in his 99 years in this world. The Holocaust survivor was born in Poland in 1925 to a secular Jewish family in Krakow and lived a normal life for a child of that time. Though Saul went to school at a local gymnasium, Jewis...
Community-funded $2 million project reaches completion and is open for services
Chabad centers around the world serve a wide array of people. There are centers on campus, serving college students; in remote Himalayan towns, geared towards backpackers; and those in suburbs and cities, big and small, serving the local Jewish community....
Unity takes center stage in N.J. for a weekend of cultural and spiritual rejuvenation
Living abroad, in a new country, with a new language, new laws and a massively different culture is a daunting prospect for many people. For the Jewish community of the Former Soviet Union in the United States—who make up approximately 10 percent of all A...
From army bases to city streets, Israel rallies to celebrate Purim
This year, the message of Purim is perhaps more resonant than ever. When Haman set out in ancient Persia to enact his genocidal plan to exterminate the Jews in King Ahasuerus’s 127 territories, Jews throughout the lands, led by Queen Esther and her cousin...
Friendship Circle Wisconsin bridges gap for disability employment
When Rabbi Levi and Leah Stein started at the Friendship Circle of Wisconsin in 2015, they envisioned assisting young people with disabilities transition into the workplace. What they found was that approximately four-fifths of those with disabilities wer...
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