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PROVIDENCE – The Jewish Community Day School of Rhode Island’s annual meeting honors those who have shown a commitment to the school and the larger Jewish community. more
PROVIDENCE – Renee Rudnick, outgoing head of the Jewish Community Day School of Rhode Island, talked with The Jewish Voice & Herald about the “highs and lows” of her four years at JCDS. more
KINGSTON – Comings and goings – hellos and goodbyes – were evident at URI Hillel’s awards night and, several weeks later, its annual meeting. more
Q. How engaged did you find students in Jewish activities and practices? A. Definitely not all the Jewish students, but a lot of them were. I would tell people, I’m the rabbi for a small town of about 15,000 people (the total number of … more
PROVIDENCE – In two separate interviews, The Jewish Voice & Herald queried Rabbi Amy Levin of Torat Yisrael and Rabbi Richard Perlman of Am David about the ongoing merger discussions between the two Conservative West Bay synagogues. more
PROVIDENCE – The Rhode Island Chapter of Hadassah will celebrate Hadassah’s 101st birthday on Tuesday, Aug. 13, with its Third Annual Books on the Beach Author Luncheon. The event, which will be held at the Atlantic Beach Club, 55 Purgatory … more
NARRAGANSETT – Congregation Beth David and South County Hebrew School will present The Edwards Twins, a nationally known entertainment act, at the Theater in Pier Village, Narragansett on Thursday, Aug. 1, at 6:30 p.m. more
BARRINGTON – As part of the “Time for Me” adult education program at Temple Habonim, three films, which offer different perspectives of Jewish life, will be shown on select Sunday evenings in July and August. more
PROVIDENCE – “You buying?” So asked Aron Lieb, a Holocaust survivor, to Susan Kushner Resnick’s invitation to have coffee together one day. more
PROVIDENCE – Providence Hebrew Day School paid tribute to three individuals at its annual Amudim Dinner. more
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