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BY Heather Norris
June 5, 2014

For the second year in a row, the Beth Israel chapter of United Synagogue Youth was awarded Chapter of the Year for the Seaboard Region. “The first time it was insane. We worked so hard for it, and it felt really great to win it,” said Josh Rosenbaum, Beth Israel USY’s president. “The second time CONTINUE »

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BY Melissa Gerr
June 5, 2014

Leonard and Roslyn Stoler’s healthcare philanthropy is reaching new heights. On Sunday June 1, the six-story Stoler Tower was dedicated on the Sinai Hospital campus, made possible by the Stoler’s $3 million gift to the new patient-care facilities. The Stoler Tower is the new home to Sinai’s ER-7 Emergency Department, the Margaret and Benjamin S. CONTINUE »

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Beloved Holocaust survivor receives honorary diploma
BY Simone Ellin
June 5, 2014

Baltimore Jewish Times readers and schoolchildren throughout the mid-Atlantic region and beyond know and love Rubin Sztajer. The 88-year-old survivor of six Nazi death camps has frequently shared his story with reporters, historians, educators and, most importantly, thousands of students. Since February 2014, when the JT covered his visit to Boys’ Latin School, Sztajer has CONTINUE »

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BY Heather Norris
June 5, 2014

For the first time ever, the Rosenbloom Owings Mills Jewish Community Center will host a block party to kick off summer. The event will take place at the JCC campus on Sunday, June 8 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. and will feature kosher food, crafts, games and much more. “Convening community and providing an CONTINUE »

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Philanthropist Beth Goldsmith honored by Holocaust Memorial Museum
BY Justin Hayet
June 5, 2014

This past Sunday at Woodholme Country Club, Beth Goldsmith and the Goldsmith Family Foundation were honored by the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum for the Foundation’s dedication to the museum’s Bringing the Lessons Home program. The Goldsmith Family Foundation was created in 1991 after Goldsmith’s late husband, Harold, died tragically in a small plane crash. CONTINUE »