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NOVEMBER 30, 2017 – Not all superheroes wear capes. In fact, some wear aprons. That was the case when 120 North Shore teens spent a recent Sunday whipping up more than 50 lasagnas, 40 apple pies, four giant vats of white bean and kale soup, and brownies. The food was delivered to hungry families at Read More

NOVEMBER 30, 2017 – MARBLEHEAD – With the addition of Amy Gold as head of school and a generous new endowment that prompted a name change, Epstein Hillel School is looking forward to a bright future. “This year has been a monumental year for Hillel,” said parent, grandparent, and longtime Gala Committee member Anne Selby Read More

NOVEMBER 16, 2017 – The Rashi School recently elected Rebecca Burack as president of its Board of Trustees. In this role, Ms. Burack will provide guidance and leadership in maintaining and strengthening Rashi’s exceptional commitment to academic excellence. She has served on the Rashi Board since 2014. Rebecca is a partner in Bain & Company’s Read More

NOVEMBER 16, 2017 – First graders at Temple B’nai Abraham in Beverly learned the Ma Tovu prayer and its meaning and studied the Jewish Laws of Privacy. Their art project was to make privacy signs for their bedroom doors, complete with a copy of the Ma Tovu prayer on it. Children also learned about mitzvot Read More

  NOVEMBER 2, 2017 - In 2015, to contribute to the efforts of rebuilding Rwanda after the horrors of the 1994 genocide, Professors Robert McAndrews and Christopher Mauriello of the Salem State University Center for Holocaust and Genocide Studies secured a grant from the Cummings Foundation to support an annual service trip to the African Read More

NOVEMBER 2, 2017 – On a recent Sunday evening when most teens were busy doing homework, an impressive group of more than 60 Teen Israel Advocacy Fellows participated in the Anti-Defamation League’s interactive workshop, Word to Action, as part of their advanced Israel advocacy training, a free program of Lappin Foundation. Led by ADL facilitators Read More

OCTOBER 19, 2017 – Last week, Julian Edelman read a special edition of his children’s book, “Flying High,” to a group of children at the JCC Greater Boston. The book features a plucky squirrel named Jules, a goat named Tom, and a wise owl who bears a striking resemblance to a certain Patriots coach Read More

All North Shore Jewish juniors and seniors in high school are invited to attend Y2I Shabbat on Friday, November 3 from 6:30-8:30 p.m., at Temple Sinai, 1 Community Road in Marblehead. Teens will enjoy a delicious Shabbat dinner and music in celebration of Shabbat. Y2I Shabbat is a free program of the Lappin Foundation whose mission Read More

by ELI BILETCH OCTOBER 5, 2017 – Last April, I had the pleasure of travelling with Lisa Mulman to Paris to work as her research assistant translating Holocaust testimonies from French to English, an opportunity few high school juniors have. Lisa, an English professor and Faculty Research Coordinator at the Center for Holocaust and Genocide Read More

SEPTEMBER 7, 2017 - StandWithUs 2017-18 High School Interns and campus Emerson Fellows completed their August conferences and are excited to begin educating about Israel in their schools and to combat anti-Israel rhetoric. Korey Cohan, Marblehead HS: “As a proud Jew, I believe it is my responsibility to defend and promote Israel to my greatest Read More