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Rockwern Academy made the Cincinnati Enquirer for its teaching and celebrating of Sukkot.
Hillel at Miami University just hosted Back in the Kitchen with Bubbe—here’s the photos.
Cincinnati Hillel organized the first-ever Sukkah Design Competition and announced a talk on Israel’s “Photoshop Law” on November 9.
JVS Career Services announced a “Begin the Process” career workshop on November 8.
Jewish Family Service is holding its Dancing with our Stars fundraiser Saturday November 5—vote now.
The Mayerson JCC: Good thing the experts at the Mayerson JCC are here to help: Healthy eating through the Holidays
And the Center for Holocaust & Humanity Education has begun a brand new year of the International Shared Reading Project. Students in Ohio and Netanya, Israel will be reading a book on the Holocaust together and engaging in dialogue about the book and their lives in the US and Israel.
Thanks to all of you—your caring makes our Jewish community possible.
These are some of over fifty programs and agencies funded in part by the Jewish Federation of Cincinnati.
The Jewish Federation of Cincinnati: We look at the whole picture, taking into account the diverse needs of the entire community. Together we can do almost anything.
Thanks to you and the help of our parter agencies—together we can do almost anything.