Some of us might remember the song “The People in Your Neighborhood” from Sesame Street. Who are the people in your neighborhood? Quite possibly, they are our JFS drivers!
“Hate speech is what happens before hate crimes,” said Representative Steve Stivers. As a representative for Ohio’s 15th congressional district, he was one of the many people I had the privilege of meeting with this past Wednesday.
The Jewish Community Center is known as the programming arm of the Jewish Federation and its agencies. And boy, do we have programs!
It was only a few short weeks ago that our Dayton Jewish community shared the pain of a synagogue whose windows were shattered in Lima, Ohio. Now, we are anguished to see similar acts in our own backyard
A look at our Early Childhood Care & Education by the numbers
I like to consider myself a visual artist. Anyone who knows me knows calligraphy and mosaics are a passion of mine.
A Message from Joel Frydman, Jewish Foundation of Greater Dayton Chair
The Jewish Federation of Greater Dayton and the Jewish Community Relations Council are working with all local Jewish groups and community partners to find collaborative, non-escalatory ways to meet this hateful affront with a show of our commitment to love and peace.
Each year is a different show, a different cast and a unique set of challenges to tackle. Last year the challenge was to transform the multipurpose room at the CJCE into a remote African jungle.
JCRC Director Rabbi Ari Ballaban recently attended the National JCRC Conference. When I think of JCRC (Jewish Community Relations Council), I think about what it was like when I was a volunteer many years ago.