Misc

Kona Ice!

Kona Ice

Need a nice refreshing treat on a hot Sunday afternoon? Kona Ice has got you covered! Did you know you could earn a free Kona Ice by completing your BEE PASSPORT? Get your Passport at Registration and get your Bee Sticker at each Bee Stop along the way. Don’t Forget to Register! Register Now »

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Shofar Making!

Shofar Making

SHOFAR MAKING! Traditional shofar making is just one of the amazing activities taking place at Apples and Honey. Choose your own shofar, participate in its construction, then toot your own horn! Check back each week to see what else we have in store. And don’t forget to register! Register Now »

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James E. Young, PhD

Never Again

Dr. Young’s international career has focused on understanding the Holocaust and helping the grief-stricken. Recipient of the 1994 National Jewish Book Award and Distinguished University Professor Emeritus of English and Judaic & Near Eastern Studies at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst, Dr. Young asks: How to articulate a void without filling it? Founding director: Institute…

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Rabbi Shira Stern, DMin

Rabbi Shira Stern photo by Rabbi Donald Weber

As a disaster spiritual care provider for the American Red Cross, Rabbi Stern helps people “access their own spiritual resources.” She serves as the director of the Center for Pastoral Care and Counseling, in Marlboro, N.J. In addition to authoring her own works, she is consulting editor of Mishkan R’fuah: Where Healing Resides. Educator: Taught…

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Jonathan Weinkle, MD

Squirrel Hill Medical Center

Jonathan Weinkle, MD A physician at the Squirrel Hill Health Center, Dr. Weinkle advises the Jewish Healthcare Foundation and is the author of Healing People, Not Patients. Dr. Weinkle’s book shows how his goal of being “a nice Jewish doctor” can deepen relationships and transform health care. Physician: Squirrel Hill Health Center (general internist and…

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Jewish Community Center

JCC Members in Fitness Class

Offering social, cultural and religious programs for all age groups and segments of Jewish community in Squirrel Hill and South Hills locations. Preschool, fitness and wellness, Jewish summer camp (Emma Kaufmann Camp – overnight; James and Rachel Levinson Day Camp), activities for children and adults with special needs, and much more.

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Jewish Association On Aging

Elderly People Laughing

Providing residential and outreach services for Pittsburgh’s Jewish seniors. The Charles Morris Nursing and Rehabilitation Center (skilled nursing care, in/out-patient physical therapy), Weinberg Village and Weinberg Terrace (assisted living facilities), and Kosher meals on wheels.

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