| Friday, 17 August 2012 14:43|
Joshua ZuckerAWARD – Joshua Zucker, the son of Michael and Wendy Zucker of Barrington, was named by USA Gymnastics to its Second Team Academic All American. At Barrington High School, Josh earned a cumulative GPA of 3.82 to meet the academic requirement. A 3.85 GPA would have placed him the First Team Academic All American.
A five-time Rhode Island State All-Around Champion and a two-time New England Regional All-Around Champion, he is qualified to compete in the Junior Olympic National Championships. Involved in gymnastics for 14 years, he has competed for East Bay Gymnastics in Bristol, coached by Jarod Pelletier.
As a freshman this fall at Penn State, he plans to major in architectural engineering and will be a member of the Nittany Lions’ Men’s Club Gymnastics Team.
| Friday, 17 August 2012 14:41|
Eitan Kenig and Shira Yehudit MandelkornWEDDING – Anne Schwartz of Providence is delighted to announce the marriage of her granddaughter, Shira Yehudit Mandelkorn of Naveh Daniel, Israel to Eitan Kenig. The wedding took place on May 10 at Kibbutz Tirat-Zvi, Bet She’an Valley, Israel.
Parents of the bride are Chaya and Ya’acov Mandelkorn of Naveh Daniel. The groom’s parents are Naomi and Ya’akov Kenig of Kibbutz Tirat-Zvi. Maternal grandparents are Anne Schwartz and the late Charles Schwartz of Providence. Paternal grandparents are Tehila and Joseph Mandelkorn of Jerusalem, Israel.
After completing army service with Sherut Le-umi, (volunteer to my nation), the bride is currently pursuing a degree in the field of reflexology at Ridman College, Jerualem. The groom is an officer with the Israel Defense Forces.
| Friday, 17 August 2012 14:27|
Rhode Island Attorney General Peter Kilmartin, left, Elizabeth Rose Teitz, State Senator David Bates and John Wolfe, Cox Communications vice president of government and public affairs.AWARD – Right, Elizabeth Rose Teitz, a Barrington High School senior, was one of eight students to receive the 2012 Cox Communications Scholarships. During the June 18 ceremony at the Rhode Island State House, Rhode Island Attorney General Peter Kilmartin recognized Teitz and others for their commitment to education and the community.
Scholarship recipients are chosen based on their outstanding academic achievement; community service; and interest in pursuing a career in communications, telecommunications, technology or engineering fields.
Teitz is the daughter of Lois and Andrew Teitz. She will study journalism (broadcasting) at Georgetown University in Washington, D.C.
| By Hannah Zurier |
| Friday, 03 August 2012 18:12|
PROVIDENCE – School lunches may be nearly universal, but what children consume in those lunches can be remarkably varied. Choices may range from simple sandwiches and fruit to full meals.
In keeping with the back-to-school theme of this issue of the paper, here are some recipes from near and far.
| Friday, 03 August 2012 16:30|
| Daughter Lin Manchester, left, her husband Tom Manchester; grandchildren Haylee Colannino, Curtis Salk, Andrew Colannino and Kara Salk; and son-in-law Bob Blaikie and daughter Susan Gold with the celebrating couple, Sandy and Estelle Gold, who hold The Voice & Herald.Surprise 50th anniversary party – Susan Gold and Lin Manchester, daughters of Sandy and Estelle Gold of Warwick threw a surprise 50th wedding anniversary party for their parents, who were married April 8, 1962. Some 40 friends and relatives – from Las Vegas, North Carolina, New Hampshire and New Jersey – attended the June 23 party at the Greenwood Inn Restaurant in Warwick.|
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