When the National Council of Jewish Women, Louisville Section, wanted to start a family recovery court in Jefferson County, they learned that they would have to raise the money themselves to do it. So they did. NCJW-Louisville raised $561,000 to … Read More
It’s been 28 years since the Crown Heights Riots scarred relations between blacks and Jews. For many, that wound has never healed. But some small act of healing begins tonight as the University of Louisville Department of Theatre Arts presents … Read More
Jack’s Place Dedication “Jack’s Place,” The Temple’s new gathering place in its lobby, will be dedicated to Jack Benjamin, in recognition of his lifetime of work, during Friday services on Nov. 1. The dedication will take place at a special … Read More
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