Historical society celebrates new home
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Historical society celebrates new home

JHSNJ board members, Alan Peck, Alvin Reisbaum, Moe Liss, Richard Polton, and lawyer Peter Eddy at the July 15 closing of the new museum property.
JHSNJ board members, Alan Peck, Alvin Reisbaum, Moe Liss, Richard Polton, and lawyer Peter Eddy at the July 15 closing of the new museum property.

The Jewish Historical Society of North Jersey holds the grand opening of its new home, at 17-10 River Road in Fair Lawn, on November 22.

Rabbi Jonathan Panitz, chaplain of the Gilchrist Hospice of Maryland, and Rabbi Michael Panitz of Temple Israel, Norfolk, Va., will give the keynote address. Members of the society’s board will speak and Rabbi Emeritus Simon Glustrom of the Fair Lawn Jewish Center will affix a mezzuzah.

The program will begin at 1:30 p.m. and light refreshments will be served. The Jewish Historical Society of North Jersey exists to collect, protect, and celebrate the wealth of Jewish history in Bergen, Passaic, and Hudson counties. For reservations, email JHSNNJ@gmail.com.

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