Fifth-grade girls from Tenafly and Englewood who attend Kesher, Ahavat Torah, and East Hill Synagogue received certificates for completing a year of chesed service projects, including making friendship bracelets for IDF soldiers, cookies and cards for Englewood firemen, supporting an art program with J-ADD, and working at the Kaplen JCC on the Palisades’ Purim carnival, and at the Englewood Shalom 5K. The program was run with the help of Chabad of Teaneck. (Photo provided)
The Glen Rock Pops performed at the Jewish Home Assisted Living in River Vale for residents and community members. (Jewish Home Family)
Teaneck’s shomer Shabbat Boy Scout Troop 226 held its end-of-year barbecue, Court of Honor awards ceremony, and Webelos Bridging Ceremony. The event was at Phelps Park in Teaneck. For information, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
n 4 The Moriah School held graduation for its 87 eighth-graders, and for its early childhood kindergarteners, who will be going to Moriah’s lower school next year. Students entertained the crowd with musical numbers orchestrated by Rabbi Michael Nadata, Moriah’s musical director. Speakers included early childhood director Divska Tolinsky; Sandy Yahalom, president of the Moriah Association of Parents; and Head of School Rabbi Daniel Alter. Following Moriah tradition, 16 students received diplomas from their Moriah alumni parents. Moriah graduates will be attending area high schools including Frisch, SAR, Ramaz, TABC, and Ma’ayanot. (Courtesy Moriah)
n 5 Last month, Bris Avrohom’s executive director, Rabbi Mordechai Kanelsky, center, and its associate director, Shterney Kanelsky, hosted a dinner at their home in honor of Rabbi Kanelsky’s birthday. Friends, family, and Bris Avrohom supporters were among the guests. (Courtesy Bris Avrohom)