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PROVIDENCE – As the Jewish Alliance of Greater Rhode Island’s Annual Campaign season heats up, Sharon Gaines, named the new chair of the Alliance at the June 10 annual meeting, sat for an interview. more
PROVIDENCE – Elder Peter Agbai, leader of Abuja’s Gihon Synagogue, and Pinchas Ogbukaa, Gihon’s spokesman, will come to Rhode Island in September to celebrate Sukkot, Shemini Atzeret and Simhat Torah. They have been invited by Congregation … more
PROVIDENCE – The Jewish Alliance of Greater Rhode Island announced that it has entered into an ongoing collaboration with, and will now manage the financial assets of, the Jewish Federation of Cape Cod (Mass.), effective Aug. 30. more
EDITOR’S NOTE: This is the second in an occasional series of short articles profiling our Jewish community’s unsung heroes, individuals who have not been previously featured in these pages for their acts of g’milut hasadim(loving kindness) … more
PROVIDENCE – Arthur Norman, a resident of Providence, has agreed to become interim executive editor of The Jewish Voice, effective Sept. 14, Jeffrey Savit, chief executive officer and president of the Jewish Alliance of Greater Rhode Island – … more
NARRAGANSETT – Congregation Beth David and South County Hebrew School will again partner with PJ Library to present a monthly celebration of storytelling.  Sessions will be held from 10:30 – 11:30 a.m., on the first Sunday of each month, … more
Ethiopians with Special Needs • $25,000 (including $3,250 donor-designated gifts) was allocated to Ethiopians with special needs, through the Jewish Agency for Israel. Funds diagnosed and treated 50 Israeli children requiring special needs … more
LOD, Israel (JTA) ­– The airplane landed on the tarmac, “Ethiopia” emblazoned in red on its side. A few government officials trickled down the airplane’s steps. They were followed by groups of Ethiopian Jews descending to the runway, … more
PROVIDENCE – How can schools meet the individual academic needs of their students while teaching to 21st century standards and utilizing modern technology in a fiscally responsible and sustainable manner? more
PROVIDENCE – Sunday, Sept. 15 is the first day of class this year, and students in grades 8 – 12 can still enroll in Harry Elkin Midrasha Community High School classes. Class topics include “Fasting, Praying and Community Responsibility” … more
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