JFSNJ Cafe Europa program focuses on Ziegfeld Follies era
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JFSNJ Cafe Europa program focuses on Ziegfeld Follies era

Muriel Finlay was a Ziegfeld girl. (Alfred Cheney Johnston)
Muriel Finlay was a Ziegfeld girl. (Alfred Cheney Johnston)

Cafe Europa, a social program the Jewish Family Service of North Jersey sponsors for Holocaust survivors, funded in part by the Conference on Material Claims Against Germany, the Jewish Federation of Northern New Jersey, and private donations, meets on Tuesday, January 12, at the Fair Lawn Jewish Center/Congregation B’nai Israel, from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. New York City lecturer/tour guide Marty Schneit will discuss the Ziegfeld Girls in pictures and song. Lunch will be served.

The synagogue is at 10-10 Norma Ave. Transportation is available. For information, call Melanie Lester at (973) 595-0111 or go to www.jfsnorthjersey.org.

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