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09/02/2014

A Trip to Israel is a Must, At Least Once

Tags: Beit Shean, Women, Israel, Blog, Holidays

A Trip to Israel is a Must, At Least Once

I visited Israel for the first time last year through a trip sponsored by the Jewish Federation of Cleveland.

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09/02/2014

My Federation Story: Fulfillment through Philanthropy

Tags: Women, Blog, Volunteer

My Federation Story: Fulfillment through Philanthropy

Growing up in Columbus, my family was not nearly as involved in our Jewish community as I am today.

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07/15/2014

Israel from the Inside

Tags: Onward, Israel, Overseas, Young Adults, Women, Blog, I-connect

Israel from the Inside

Ohio State’s Lisa Bolman brings her ‘Buckeye’ spirit to a Tel Aviv children’s rehabilitation center as she explores her own Jewish identity. Thanks to our international partner, JDC, for sharing!

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06/18/2014

New York is Great, but Cleveland Feels like Home

Tags: Russia, Overseas, Women, Young Adults, Leadership, Blog

New York is Great, but Cleveland Feels like Home

In the week before Pesach, when many of us were cleaning and cooking in preparation for this Festival of Freedom, 21 Lehava leadership program participants and four staff members from St. Petersburg, Russia visited our community.

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06/18/2014

My Federation Story: Meredith's Jewish Cleveland Story

Tags: Women, Volunteer, Blog, Mandel JDS

My Federation Story: Meredith's Jewish Cleveland Story

I grew up at the largest reform temple in North America, Temple Israel, in West Bloomfield, Michigan. As the great-granddaughter of a founding member, all of the major milestones in my life occurred there.

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06/02/2014

Volunteer Spotlight: Dan Brown

Tags: Volunteer, Blog, Cemetery

Volunteer Spotlight: Dan Brown

We applaud Dan Brown for honoring our ancestors through his commitment to cemetery preservation in Jewish Cleveland!

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04/15/2014

My Federation Story

Tags: Women, Blog

My Federation Story

Even the littlest things can change someone’s life forever. Howard did that for me. Read Michelle's Federation Story.

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03/28/2014

One man’s legacy keeps many smiling

Tags: Legacy, Blog, Giving

A native Texan, Stanley Blum and his beloved wife, Betty (z”l), moved to Cleveland in 1970 where he became senior vice president at Uncle Bill’s. After “retiring,” Stanley remained in Cleveland, and with a partner, spent the next 17 years creating and marketing 14 unique inventions.

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10/01/2013

Hanoch Piven Artist Statement

Tags: Arts, Blog

Hanoch Piven Artist Statement

I owe my career, in part, to…Saddam Hussein, or more accurately to an accident involving him.

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