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Jordan Avram Kei-Rahn wins JFK “Make A Difference” award

jfk awardBOSTON, Mass. – Jordan Avram Kei-Rahn has been named a recipient of the John F. Kennedy “Make A Difference” Award, presented to him by the JFK Library and Museum on Tuesday, April 9. The 13-year-old resident of Longmeadow, Mass. was among 100 middle school students who received the award for the difference they have made in their communities through service projects, and for the humanitarian work they have performed in the spirit of President John F. Kennedy, who said, “Ask not what your country can do for you; ask what you can do for your country.”

Kei-Rahn and his family are members of Congregation Beth Israel in West Hartford. He is the son of Leslie V. Kei-Rahn and Jeffrey Rahn, and the grandson of Harriet J. Kei of West Hartford, and Sigmund E. Kei, z”l.

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