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Active Adults


JFS offers social programs for active adults with varying interests. Active Adult activities include programs such as lunches, tours of area attractions, dinner and a movie or speaker, and more! In addition, every August we host an annual brunch. We also host an annual Chanukah Brunch in partnership with Hadassah, the Jewish War Veterans, and the Lynda A. Cohen Yiddish Club. Please see the Dayton Jewish Observer, the JFS Facebook Page, or the JewishDayton.org Calendar page for events.

Active Adults Annual Brunch
August 2018
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Active Adults Winan’s Factory Tour
May 2018
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Active Adults Dine Around at Thai 9
April 2018
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Active Adults Dine Around at Ray’s
March 2018
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Active Adults Thai 9 Dine Around
November 2017
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Active Adults BRAVO Dine Around
September 2017
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Active Adults 2017 Annual Brunch
August 2017
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Active Adults Dublin Pub Dine Around
May 2017
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Active Adults Helix Innovation Center Tour
May 2017
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Jewish Observer

New gene therapy trial in Dayton offers hope for children with Canavan

Parents’ tenacity moves mountains to improve children’s quality of life By Marshall Weiss, The Dayton Jewish Observer In an operating room at Dayton Children’s Hospital on April 8, 4-year-old Benny Landsman of Brooklyn, N.Y. received the first new clinical trial of an FDA-approved gene therapy for Canavan disease. Neurosurgeon Dr. The post New gene therapy trial in Dayton offers hope for children with Canavan appeared first on The Dayton Jewish Observer. [...]

Keeping our community connected for a quarter century

By Marshall Weiss, Editor and Publisher, The Dayton Jewish Observer When the Jewish Federation hired me in January 1996 to start a Jewish newspaper for the Dayton area — with the first issue out in time for Passover — two widely-cited industry figures weighed heavily on me: nine out of The post Keeping our community connected for a quarter century appeared first on The Dayton Jewish Observer. [...]

Virtual tour, discussion of Americans and the Holocaust exhibit

In November 1938, following Nazi Germany’s Kristallnacht attacks on Jews, their property, businesses, and synagogues, a Gallup poll asked Americans if they approved or disapproved of the Nazi treatment of Jews in Germany. Ninety-four percent disapproved, six percent approved. When asked, “Should we allow a larger number of Jewish exiles The post Virtual tour, discussion of Americans and the Holocaust exhibit appeared first on The Dayton Jewish Observer. [...]

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