Thank you to our Campaign for Jewish Needs Launch Event speakers! Sara Hurand, Cherie Dubyak, Howie Beigelman, Duby Rodman, and Noah Farrell shared their personal, powerful stories with over 400 community members in attendance. Watch their speeches here.
A stone staircase, in disrepair for years, once again provides a second access to the Hebrew Cultural Garden. The tall fountain at the center of the gardens between Martin Luther King Jr. Drive and East Boulevard in Cleveland, dry for years, is working. The plaques at the ends of the spokes of the gardens have been buffed and largely updated.
Hi, my name is Sammie Jacobs. I was born and raised in Beachwood, and will be a Senior at Case Western Reserve University this fall. I participated on Onward Israel this past summer, and was one of 42 Clevelanders who went on Onward this year.
Leader. Ambitious. Hard worker. 29-year-old Doug Breitenbach is all this and more. A Cleveland native, Doug recently moved back home after living and building a successful wealth management career in Washington, D.C. for seven years.
The theme of the Jewish Federation of Cleveland’s 2017 Campaign for Jewish Needs is inspiration, and David F. Adler, new general campaign chair, said he hopes the Cleveland Jewish community will be inspired to come together to do more in meeting its needs.
Securing a slot in the Mandel Advanced Leadership Course at the Jewish Federation of Cleveland attests to the power and the promise of the applicant, suggests Enid Rosenberg, co-chair with David Heller of this year’s MCAL.