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April 10, 2014

The International Institute for Secular Humanistic Judaism (IISHJ) has announced that Noach Dzmura is its new campus outreach coordinator/rabbinic student recruiter. Dzmura has 20 years’ experience as an instructional designer for the software industry and for higher education. Since obtaining an M.A. in Jewish Studies from the Richard S. Dinner Center for Jewish Studies of CONTINUE »

BY Jason Alderman
April 10, 2014

I have yet to meet anyone who thinks they’re saving too much money for retirement. On the contrary, most people admit they’re probably setting aside too little. Retirement accounts must compete with daily expenses, saving up for a home, college and unexpected emergencies for every precious dollar. If taking money out of your IRA, 401(k) CONTINUE »

April 10, 2014

Credit Union Miracle Day, the title sponsor group of a family of races, presented a $487,000 donation to Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals (CMNH) nationwide representing two popular races on the East and West coasts. Of that amount, $111,781 has been raised online by 282 credit union members, runners and their families and friends. “We are CONTINUE »

BY JNS.org
April 10, 2014

The National Library of Israel has acquired a rare Passover Haggadah that once belonged to well-known philanthropist Moses Montefiore, Israel Hayom reported. The unique Haggadah is thought to have been printed in London in 1837 and is written in Hebrew with an English translation. The front of the book is adorned with the stylized Montefiore CONTINUE »

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Bnos Yisroel benefits from kindness of strangers
BY Simone Ellin
April 10, 2014

Whether you call it “divine providence,” as Bnos Yisroel of Baltimore’s Language Arts department chairwoman Sara Arno did, or “kismet,” as Wee Chic children’s apparel storeowner Bridget Quinn Stickline did, it must have been fate that Stickline and Arno met in Greenspring Station in Timonium. “I was there to take a child CONTINUE »