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Michael Feldstein to be honored in Stamford

January 4th, 2017 | by LedgerOnline

STAMFORD – Michael Feldstein, a longtime member of the Stamford Chevra Kadisha, will be honored at the organization’s annual dinner on Sunday evening, March 5 at Congregation Agudath Sholom in Stamford. Feldstein was actively involved in ... Read More


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Hebrew and Yiddish Classes

January 4th, 2017 | by LedgerOnline

The West Hartford Senior Center, 15 Starkel Rd., is introducing classes in Hebrew and Yiddish this month. Both weekly classes will be led by Connie Smilowitz and will be held on Thursday mornings beginning Jan. 12 ... Read More


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Learning how to adapt

January 4th, 2017 | by LedgerOnline

On Nov. 29, Beth El Temple in West Hartford was filled with more than 70 Jewish communal leaders representing 17 community organizations, gathered together for the Adaptive Leadership Conference led by innovation expert Maya Bernstein, who ... Read More


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CHANUKAH AROUND CONNECTICUT

December 21st, 2016 | by LedgerOnline

A calendar of events celebrating the Festival of Lights taking place around the state this week.   SATURDAY, DECEMBER 24 Bloomfield – Latkes & Lights; havdalah followed by menorah lighting; bring your menorah, candles and matches; ... Read More


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Repairing their world

December 14th, 2016 | by LedgerOnline

Sunday, Dec. 4 was Mitzvah Day for students in Congregation Beth Israel Youth Engagement Program — which was good news for several nonprofits serving Hartford’s youth and homeless populations. More than 40 students in grades three ... Read More


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Wishing makes it so

December 14th, 2016 | by LedgerOnline

Baby, it’s cold outside… but “inside it was warm and joyous, as our community truly came together to help those in need,” said Melissa Weinstock, co-founder with Robin Fierston and Stephanie Gitlin of Deeds for Needs. ... Read More


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