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Real Life Real Resources


Jewish Family Services’s Real Life Real Resources is an ongoing speaker series that provides the Jewish community and the greater Dayton area with informative panel sessions featuring local experts discussing hot button issues facing our communities today. Covering everything from LGBTQ issues to the regional opioid crisis, Jewish Family Services aims to improve the community’s knowledge base and resource awareness regarding the most pressing issues facing residents and families in Dayton.

Newtown: A Special Screening for the Community

Getting Your Affairs in Order

Downsize, Declutter, Donate

2016 Putting the J (Jewish Values) in LGBT Conversations

L’Chaim 2015: The Arts Come Alive in Dayton

Jewish Observer

Congregations plan for another Covid Passover

Passover begins at sunset, Saturday, March 27 — one year and two weeks after Covid cases began to take hold in the United States. At the time, area Jewish congregations scrambled to provide virtual Passover programming, Seders, and to-go Seder meals. This year’s offerings come with the hope for Covid-free The post Congregations plan for another Covid Passover appeared first on The Dayton Jewish Observer. [...]

Paula Shoyer’s gift this Passover: Instant Pot Kosher Cookbook

Just in time for Passover, kosher cooking maven/author Paula Shoyer’s Instant Pot Kosher Cookbook is now in print from Sterling Epicure. With 46 kosher-for-Passover recipes alone, from soups and salads to appetizers, sides to main courses and desserts — a number of which are vegetarian, vegan and gluten free — The post Paula Shoyer’s gift this Passover: Instant Pot Kosher Cookbook appeared first on The Dayton Jewish Observer. [...]

By Rabbi Elchonon Chaikin, Chabad of Greater Dayton It was one year ago, on March 1, 2020, that my wife, Mussie, and I landed back in Dayton with a group of nine Jewish teens from the annual International CTeen Shabbaton. It was an incredible weekend, full of Jewish pride, learning The post Free(dom) during Covid appeared first on The Dayton Jewish Observer. [...]

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