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BY Phil Jacobs
August 29, 2013

“If you want to be joyful, you create the joy.” — Rabbi Zelig Pliskin Betty Cherniak is happy. She defines her happiness as “the intersection of serenity and peacefulness.” And she has a chevra that feels the same way. Each Tuesday evening a group of about 10 to 12 Happiness Club members meet at the CONTINUE »

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David Kowitz does not let dyslexia get in the way of success
BY Phil Jacobs
August 29, 2013

Meet David Kowitz, vice president of business development at Resource Real Estate Services LLC for the Owings Mills office. He is an attorney who earned his jurist doctorate from the University of Maryland School of Law. And he received his bachelor’s degree from Emory University. He is also the host of Baltimore CBS Radio’s “Dave CONTINUE »

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Following a father’s footsteps back to Prague
BY Hillel Kuttler
August 29, 2013

As a girl in Seattle, Anne Bush evinced little interest in the Holocaust, even though her father, Harry, was a survivor whose mother, sister and brother-in-law had been murdered. But as a mother in Baltimore, by then known as Chana Staiman, she gradually was drawn to the period, spurred in part by her elder son, CONTINUE »

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Granddaughter is inspiration for grandmother’s prize-winning needlework
BY Simone Ellin
August 29, 2013

“Had it not been for my granddaughter, I wouldn’t be here today,” said Ellen S. Federoff, 63, of Randallstown. “I died two years ago,” she said. “My heart stopped, my kidneys failed, and I was in a coma. People told me that while I was in a coma, my daughter, Rose, was there. She took CONTINUE »

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BY Maayan Jaffe
August 29, 2013

In 2005, The Associated: Jewish Community Federation of Baltimore was “Making A World Of Difference.” In 2008, it asked the community, “We Are Associated. Are You?” In 2013, The Associated is “Inspiring Jewish Community.” And last week, the fundraising engine began uprooting and replacing its old lawn signs with placards announcing the new message, a CONTINUE »