Genny and Ryan Sears of Chagrin Falls love being a young family in Jewish Cleveland. From ice skating with their daughters to enjoying the Cleveland Metroparks, they love spending time together – especially reading a PJ Library book.
Anshe Chesed Fairmount Temple in Beachwood had a full house April 23 for the Cleveland area’s Yom Hashoah V’Hagvurah, or Holocaust Remembrance Day, to remember the 6 million Jews who died in the Holocaust and to honor those still living in the community.
Last night, more than 500 people filled the room and tuned in via Live Stream for the 113th Annual Meeting of the Jewish Federation of Cleveland, where we honored Michael Siegal as this year's Charles Eisenman Award recipient, our highest civic honor.
Michael Siegal, chair and CEO of Olympic Steel and a Gates Mills resident was awarded the Jewish Federation of Cleveland’s highest honor at its 113th annual meeting April 20 at B’nai Jeshurun Congregation in Pepper Pike, which included a video congratulations message from Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu
Life is busy. When you aren’t on deadline at work, you’re trying to schedule a happy hour with friends, or find time to volunteer with an organization you love. As young professionals, it can be difficult to find time to reflect on the accomplishments you’ve had and challenges you face in your professional, personal and volunteer life – “coaching circles” can help with that.
The Jewish Federation of Cleveland will hold its 113th annual meeting at 7:30 p.m. April 20 when it will present its highest honor, the 2017 Charles Eisenman Award for Exceptional Community Service, to Michael Siegal, chair and CEO of Olympic Steel.
Baseball is sometimes referred to as “America’s Pastime,” but this year’s World Baseball Classic (WBC) quickly became an Israeli sensation. Team Israel made it to the second round of the WBC, and not only dominated the tournament on the field, they created an international phenomenon – and Jewish Cleveland had a lot to do with that.