A local nonprofit financial services institution, which is headed by a Jewish Louisvillian, is partnering with the city to provide assistance to small businesses hit hard by the coronavirus pandemic. According to Louisville Business First, LHOME and Louisville Metro Government … Read More
Rabbi Michael Wolk officiated at his first funeral of the coronavirus era Sunday. It was different. “While the only people physically present were the gravedigger, the funeral director and myself, there were eight to 10 family members of the deceased … Read More
The coronavirus is keeping the JCC closed for now, but its engagement with members and the greater community continues. For starters, the JCC is consolidating all its online offerings in a new online portal, called Virtual JCC, which takes people … Read More
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