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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

D.C’s Folger Shakespeare Library to open Stuart & Mimi Rose exhibition hall with works from their rare book collection

It’s fitting that the first special exhibition in the Folger Shakespeare Library’s new Stuart and Mimi Rose Rare Book and Manuscript Exhibition Hall is drawn entirely from the Dayton couple’s own exceptional collection. After a four-year renovation, the Folger reopens Friday, June 21 with the new exhibit, Imprints in Time, The post D.C’s Folger Shakespeare Library to open Stuart & Mimi Rose exhibition hall with works from their rare book collection appeared first on The Dayton Jewish Observer. [...]

Mazel Tov!

To celebrate Rabbi Samuel Fox’s 100th birthday, he and his wife of 72 years, Miriam, their children, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren met with Israeli President Isaac Herzog May 20 at the Presidential Residence in Jerusalem. Rabbi Samuel Fox served as Beth Jacob Congregation’s rabbi from 1955 until his retirement in 1995. The post Mazel Tov! appeared first on The Dayton Jewish Observer. [...]

What our flag stands for

By Rabbi Judy Chessin, Temple Beth Or On June 14, 1777, our Stars and Stripes became the first national flag of the United States, when the Continental Congress passed the first Flag Act to establish an official standard for the new nation and show solidarity with the Continental Army. In The post What our flag stands for appeared first on The Dayton Jewish Observer. [...]

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