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National Women’s Philanthropy Board Welcomes Joan Lowenstein

The Jewish Federation of Greater Ann Arbor offers a huge Mazal Tov to Joan Lowenstein, on her appointment to the Jewish Federation of North America’s (JFNA) Women’s Philanthropy Board. JFNA’s Women’s Philanthropy Board is a group of women leaders from across the country who are nomin…

Ann Arbor Rabbis Response to Terror in Christchurch

Our hearts are breaking. When we woke this morning to the news of the terror attacks against Muslim worshippers in New Zealand, the first thing we thought of was the Ann Arbor Muslim Community. White supremacy, whether in Christchurch, Ann Arbor, or anywhere else in this world is a threat to…

Chai Mitzvah Groups are Heating Up Jewish Life in Ann Arbor

By Marci Sukenic

“What do you want your Jewish life to look and feel like?” “What kind of learning and social action projects would be meaningful to you?” “What are your priorities in your Jewish being?” These are just some of the questions that were part of the discussions at s…

Israeli war correspondent, Itai Anghel, to speak about ISIS

By Eileen Freed

The Jewish Federation of Greater Ann Arbor and Jewish Community Center of Greater Ann Arbor are proud to present ISIS: The Day After – A Look from Within, a lecture by renowned Israeli war correspondent and documentarian, Itai Anghel, Wednesday, April 3, 7 p.m. at the Jewi…

Israeli Consul General Aviv Ezra Visits Ann Arbor

By Eileen Freed

The Jewish Federation of Greater Ann Arbor hosted Israeli Consul General Aviv Ezra at three events Sunday, February 10. Mr. Ezra, based in Chicago, was in town for the University Musical Society performance of the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra (IPO) at Hill Auditorium.

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