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  • 7/27/2019 JTNews | October 25, 2013


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    patty murray visits jfspage 6

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    Volunteer to

    Make a difference!

    Chanukah Basket MakingJoin us or Chanukah basket making andspread joy to our neighbors and riends.Basket making rom 10:00 a.m. noon and1:00 3:00 p.m., with deliveries to olloweach shit.

    ContactJane Deer-Hileman,(206) 861-3155 or volunteer@jsseattle.orgor inormation about these and othervolunteer opportunities.

    Capitol Hill Campus 1601 16th Avenue, Seattle(206) 461-3240 www.jfsseattle.org OFGREATERSEATTLE

    for adults age 60+

    Endless Opportunities

    A community-wide program offeredin partnership with Temple Bnai Torah &Temple De Hirsch Sinai. EO events are opento the public and are at 10:30 a.m. unlessotherwise noted.

    Ingredients for Longevity anda Healthy Lifemt, nvm 7

    Protecting the Vulnerable,Tales from JFSmt, nvm 12

    An Outing to the Museum ofHistory and IndustrymM, nvm 18

    Kabbalah and Why We Study Itmt, nvm 21

    RSVP Ellen Hendin or Wendy Warman,

    (206) 461-3240 or endlessopps@jfsseattle.org

    regarding all Endless Opportunities programs.

    for the coMMunity

    AA Meetings at JFSmt, 7:00 .m.

    Contact(206) 461-3240 or ata@jsseattle.org.

    Kosher Food Bank EventmW, nvm 6

    5:00 6:30 .m.

    Pre-registerJana Prothman, (206) 861-3174orjprothman@jfsseattle.org.

    Aging and SpiritualitymM, nvm 4

    3:00 .m.

    RSVP Maureen McKelvey, (206) 861-3141or mmckelvey@jsseattle.org.

    for parents & faMilies

    Raising Jewish Kids in aNon-Jewish Worldms, nvm 10

    10:30 .m.

    ContactMarjorie Schnyder, (206) 861-3146or amilylie@jsseattle.org.

    Dollars and Sense: FinancialAlternatives in Retirementmt, nvm 14

    6:30 8:30 .m.

    ContactLeonid Orlov, (206) 861-8784 oramilylie@jsseattle.org.

    Shaarei TikvahChanukah Celebrationms, nvm 24

    3:00 5:00 .m.

    ContactMarjorie Schnyder, (206) 861-3146or amilylie@jsseattle.org.

    if you like us...like us!

    in your relationship

    are you

    Changing your behavior to avoid yourpartners temper?

    Feeling isolated from family and friends?

    Being put down?

    Lacking access to your money?

    Being touched in an unloving way?

    CallProject DVORA or confdentialsupport, (206) 461-3240.

    for surViVors of intiMate

    partner abuse

    Looking Ahead

    Transforming Memories,Creating a Path to HealingmM, dm 9

    6:00 .m.

    Registerby December 2,Project DVORA, (206) 461-3240.

    Chanukah Celebration: A community-wide nondenominational celebration or peopleo all abilities and ages. Well spin dreidels, sing and eat latkes! Sunday, November 24.(More inormation below).

    November Family Calendar

    saVe the date

    Community of CaringLuncheon

    Thursday, May 8, 2014Sheraton Seattle Hotel

    This is a change from the originally

    announced date. We apologize for

    any inconvenience.

    Get ready to be part o thisnational day o giving.

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    Support the essential servicesJFS provides here at home.


  • 7/27/2019 JTNews | October 25, 2013


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    mission is to meet the interests of our Jewish

    community through fair and accurate coverage of

    local, national and international news, opinion and

    information. We seek to expose our readers to di-

    verse viewpoints and vibrant debate on many fronts,

    including the news and events in Israel. We strive

    to contribute to the continued growth of our local

    Jewish community as we carry out our mission.

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    The Seattle Jewish Transcript, a nonproft corporation

    owned by the Jewish Federation o Greater Seattle,

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    Publisher & Editor *Joel Magalk 233

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    Chuck Stempler, Chair*; Jerry Anches; Lisa Brashem;

    Nancy Greer; Cynthia Flash Hemphill*; Ron Leibsohn;

    Stan Mark; Cantor David Serkin-Poole*

    Keith Dvorchik, CEO and President,

    Jewish Federation o Greater Seattle

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    From the Jewish ranscript, October 25, 1983.

    Rabbi Arthur Jacobovitz, right, the longtime executive director o Hillel at the

    University o Washington, stands outside o his University District building. Rabbi

    J, as he was aectionately known, was discussing Hillels building expansion with

    Hillel board president Edward Stern, le, board member Rob Spitzer, and program

    director Nancy Reier. Te building that expanded was demolished more than a

    decade ago to make room or Hillels current current structure.

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    Rabbi Zari Weiss urges us to think about our Jewish values when asking our elected ocials to restore

    ederal unding or the least privileged among us.

    sn. mu v At the same time Rabbi Weiss writes about these hardships, Sen. Patty Murray paid a visit to Jewish Fam

    Service this week to tour its ood bank and learn about how ederal cuts aect people directly.

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    An Israeli and a Palestinian, both o whom lost children to violence in the Middle East confict, visited

    Seattle to talk about reconciliation to stop the killing.

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    Mark Weitzman o the Simon Wiesenthal Center has spent years crossing the globe to talk about ghting

    bigotry and advancing the cause o Holocaust education.

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    Experts are not calling it a cure, but an Israeli doctor has come across a well-used drug that has another

    positive use: Reducing or eliminating the eects o diabetes.

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    Bret Stephens o the Wall Street Journal sat down with JTNews during a recent visit to Seattle to talk abou

    his obsession with the Middle East.

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    Yossi Klein Halevi is a well-known author, journalist and speaker. He will be in Seattle next month to talk

    about his newest book, which ollows the lives o seven IDF paratroopers ater the Six-Day War.

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    Dr. David Bunis has dedicated his lie to the study o language o Sephardim. He is spending the year at t

    University o Washington to teach his knowledge.

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    Check out our two new special sections this issue! On page 19, nd articles rom our

    popular young-adult website Jew-ish.com, and on page 25 starts our monthly Northwest

    Jewish Family pages, eaturing tips on making school lunches and the debut o Ed Harris,

    who will be writing a column known as Abba Knows Best.

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    FRiDAy25OctOBERShabbaton with Rabbi Dr. Daniel Lerner

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    Lerner is an adviser and condant or high-

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