With the fall semester in full swing, the University of Maryland Hillel hosted its annual barbecue on Wednesday, Aug. 30. The afternoon event attracted roughly 1,000 students, including those involved in Jewish student groups and Greek life.
Baltimore Hebrew Congregation Brotherhood held its annual opening dinner on Sept. 10 with “Sweet and Low Down: Songs For the Starry-Eyed and Worldly-Wise” performed by soprano Wendy Baird and Jonathan Jensen on piano, which was attended by more than 150 guests. From left: Baird, Sandy and Stanley Neuhauser, Beverly Kalus, Jensen, Diane Bravmann and Brotherhood… Read More
On Sept. 6, Brett Cohen was presented with the Julius Rosenberg Memorial Award, which recognizes a young adult committed to Jewish community building. The honor, bestowed annually by The Associated: Jewish Community Federation of Baltimore, spotlighted Cohen for his involvement at The Associated and IMPACT.
In an effort to help underprivileged students, more than 200 Baltimoreans gathered at the Woodholme Country Club to stuff backpacks with school supplies, ranging from lined paper to No. 2 pencils. The Aug. 29 event was hosted by Jewish Volunteer Connection, The Associated: Jewish Community Federation of Baltimore and CHAI.