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June 11, 2015
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Safran Hall Rededication was AWESOME!

I want to personally thank all of our guests, donors, and volunteers! We had approximately 75 people attend the Cocktail Party and Silent Auction! Our Acoustic Guitarist, Ross Griswold, was awesome too! Congratulations again to Dr. Stephen and Pat Safran, part of our event team, and our honorees!

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History

June 11, 2014
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History

November 14, 2013
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Bardin Levavy – The “Ties” of Perth Amboy

BLAST FROM THE PAST -- Check out Bardin Levavy sharing how you never really leave Perth Amboy...  

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November 13, 2013
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Confirmation 1972

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September 24, 2013
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A YMHA, A Temple, A Shul…A Home (February and March 2013)

During many of my visits to longtime members of our community, there is one refrain that appears over and over again in describing the Jewish community of Perth Amboy: “Our lives revolved around the Y, the Temple, and the Shul.” In the biography of our Jewish community, these three centers of Jewish life referred to separate institutions. Yet as we enter into a period of Jewish renewal with only one institution remaining, the steadfast and eternal values embedded within these three centers remain constant. Whether we view Beth Mordecai more as a “Y,” as a “Temple,” or as a “Shul”, it takes all of them put together to create a Home.   A “Y” The[...]

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