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'Israelis for Obama' launch campaign clip.
Public figures such as former IDF chief, Haaretz publisher
join supporters of US presidential hopeful in producing
short film attempting to affect Jewish vote in key swing states.
On Sunday, September 14th,
Jack M. Barrack
Hebrew Academy (formerly
Akiba Hebrew Academy) held a Hanukat Habayit, a
dedication of their new home in Bryn Mawr.
(See previous PJVoice article.)
included: a festive Torah procession with the extended school community,
communal leaders, and supporters; placement of a mezuzah on the front
door of the school; a brief welcoming ceremony; tours of the school's
new buildings and campus; a lively reception; and demonstration soccer
and tennis matches. If you haven't had a chance to see this
state-of-the-art campus, call for a tour. This isn't your grandparents'
Jewish Day School.
Local Jewish residents met at the home of Natalie and Steve Sondheimer in Wynnewood, to organize a Jewish Outreach Program for the Barack Obama Presidential Campaign. Ann Weiss of Rosemont, Susan Schwartz of Merion, Mark Aronchick of Wynnewood, and host Natalie Sondheimer met with over 60 Jewish leaders and voters. (Photo: David Broida)
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