Car Giveaway

From left: MileOne Autogroup COO Scott Fader, Vehicles for Change CEO Martin Schwartz and MileOne Autogroup CEO Steven B. Fader were joined by Baltimore City Mayor Catherine Pugh on Nov. 1, as Heritage and Vehicles for Change gave 20 cars to 20 Baltimore-area families who were reliant on public transportation.

Brotherhood and Breakfast

The Beth Israel Congregation Brotherhood held a breakfast on Oct. 22. Howard Libit, executive director of the Baltimore Jewish Council, was the guest speaker.

Opening Breakfast

On Sunday, Oct. 29, the Baltimore Hebrew Congregation Brotherhood held the first of its breakfast series for the 2017–2018 season with a presentation by Dr. Steven Gimbel, “Einstein: The World’s Most Famous — and Most Reluctant — Jew.” From left: Jack Richard, Cindy Richard, Ellen Davis, Sheila Frank, Wally Stebbins, Anita Brownstein, Susan Weaver, Brotherhood… Read More

Fashion, Food and Fun

Kappa Guild, Inc. held its fashion-show fundrasier on Oct. 29 at the Zamoiski Auditorium at Sinai Hospital to kick off its 65th anniversary year. Clothing was supplied by Taylor Marie. From left: Leila Liberman, Guild vice president Miriam Stern, past president Florell Epstein, Sheila Stern, Marissa Guy of LifeBridge Health, Betty Davidsohn, Guild president Sheila… Read More

Family Reunion

Descendants of Aaron and Mary Roseman, who settled in Baltimore in 1889, got together for a reunion on Sept. 23. Although the family is scattered around the globe, more than 70 of the 150-member family made it to Baltimore for the celebration. (Photo provided)

Pickle Time

The Reisterstown-Owings Mills-Glyndon Chamber of Commerce held its annual Taste of the Town on Oct. 19 at the Community College of Baltimore County’s Owings Mills campus, featuring samples from area restaurants. The Pearlstone Center (pictured) helped participants make their own pickles to take home. (Provided)

A Place to Unwind

Mount Washington Pediatric Hospital opened its new Heal and Grow Courtyard on Oct. 12 in a ceremony with donors, staff and community partners. The courtyard is located outside of the outpatient waiting area and features a large mosaic mural, seating areas and other unique features. (Provided)

A Dazzling Display

Herb Rosen, Joan Klein, Bonnie Walker and Harriet Rosen were among those who marveled at the work created by students in the Dorothy Orfuss Stein Art Program during the Myerberg Center Art Gallery Opening and Fitness Center Open House on Oct. 22. (Provided)

A SURVIVOR’S STORY

For attendees of McDaniel College’s 23rd annual German-American Day on Oct. 17, it was a chance to touch history, as 91-year-old Rubin Sztajer of Baltimore gave a presentation, “How I Survived the Holocaust.”

‘LIVE FROM BETH EL’

Beth El Rabbis Dana Saroken and Steven Schwartz honored Sharon and Alan Dorenfled for their family’s many years of commitment to the congregation at its first “Live from Beth El” event on Oct. 19. The evening featured mentalist Marc Salem.