Tuesday, January 29, 8:15pm. 24004 Edgehill Drive, Beachwood. Rsvp 216-513-2500.
The deadline to submit resumes and cover letters is 4:30 p.m. Feb. 1.
They should be submitted to Clerk of Council Kelly Thomas, either by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by conventional mail at City Hall, 2300 Warrensville Center Road, University Heights, OH 44118.
Cozzens, who served one year on council, died Jan. 17 after a brief battle with cancer.
The following kashrus information is from the COR Detroit dated December 27, 2013.
“DUNCAN HINES MILK CHOCOLATE BROWNIES, which in the past contained cream and milk and stated OU-D on 19.3 oz. boxes, has been reformulated to a pareve formula and now bears a plain OU on new 18 oz. packages. Each box should be carefully checked, because some old formula product is still on store shelves.
Many PILLSBURY FROSTINGS which used to be OU-D have now changed to plain OU (pareve) status, even some with names such as Milk Chocolate, Cream Cheese and Butter Cream. Each container should be checked, because some OU-D product is still on store shelves.”
Last summer seven “unaffiliated” girls from Cleveland attended B-ME, were very inspired, and as a result have become much more active in Cleveland’s Jewish community. For more info about B-ME click www.cgibme.org.
Please tell everyone you know who might be able to benefit from this experience that B-ME’s director will be hosting an INFO SESSION this Sunday, January 27, from 1:30pm-2:30pm at the Friendship Circle, 27900 Gates Mills Blvd, Pepper Pike. B-ME’s director will also be available to make home visits on Sunday & Monday, email email@example.com to make an appointment.
Our local cities had a lot of snow to deal with this past week and many people worked very hard long hours to make it this way. While I cannot testify accurately to other cities, Cleveland Heights did a great job! If you feel the same way (or if you disagree), please send a thank you to the various city managers and city officials:
Cleveland Heights City Manager, Ms. Susanna Neirman – firstname.lastname@example.org
University Heights Facilities Manager Jeff Pokorny – email@example.com
Beachwood Service Director Dale H. Pekarek – firstname.lastname@example.org
I am looking for a Baal Koreh to read the megillah in a couple of prisons near Cleveland. Please contact me at the number below.
Rabbi Moishe Mayir Vogel – Executive Director
The Aleph Institute – North East Region | Hyman & Martha Rogal Center
The community offers their condolences to Dudi and Yossi Abraham and Hensha Jakobovitch on the passing of their sister, Mrs. Raizel Yampel of Brooklyn, NY. The mourners will be returning to Cleveland on Thursday and will be sitting shiva through Sunday morning. Shiva is at the Jakobovitch home at 2481 Blossom Lane, basement entrance. Davening schedule is as follows:
Orders will be Delivered Friday January 25th between 9:30 and 11:30am.
Smaller orders can be picked up or they can be delivered for an additional $2.50.
FREE Delivery On all Orders Over $30
To order email email@example.com or call 216-276-9213.
Baby Spinach and Strawberry Salad with Roasted Almonds in Red Wine Vinagrette – $3.75 per. person. *A minimum order of 4 servings is appreciated on all tossed salads
Coleslaw with Fresh Oranges and Pistachios – Comes with a red wine Dijon vinaigrette on the side. Medium – $6.25 Large – $12.50.
Chinese Vegetable Stir-Fry – Snap peas, red peppers, shitake mushrooms, broccoli, onions and carrots sautéed in a saucy Chinese marinade. Wonderful served over rice! Medium – $6.00 Large – $12.00.
Brown Rice or Basmati Rice – Medium – $3.75 Large – $7.50.
Clevelanders that are registered runners are Adira & Talia Lautman of University Heights, and FMS Freshmen Sarah Lidsky & Chaviva Mandel (use links provided to support these runners in their campaign).
Four years ago, Team Yachad was formed with just 29 excited participants in the ING Miami Half-Marathon to provide funds and awareness for the vital work of Yachad: promoting Inclusion for those living with disabilities within the broad Jewish community. Eagerly anticipating the finish line of this year’s race — to be held on Sunday, January 27 — are the 180 members of Team Yachad 2013 (including 10 individuals with disabilities, five of whom are returning team members).
Yachad/the Natioinal Jewish Council for Disabilties (NJCD), an agency of the Orthodox Union, is dedicated to enhancing the opportunities of individuals with disabilities, promoting Inclusion and independence through various integrated activities and ensuring their participation in the full spectrum of Jewish life.
New to Northeast Ohio in 2010, Rachael Ng rented an apartment across from the mall in Beachwood. But as she came to know her way around town, she quickly joined the migration path of her tribe.
“I have a lot of friends who live downtown,” explained Ng (pronounced “Ing”), a 27-year-old pharmacist for the Cleveland Clinic. “A lot of us hang out on Coventry, too. I wanted something in the center of all that.”
So she moved to University Circle, on the border of Cleveland and Cleveland Heights, and added her energy to a new and potentially potent population pattern.
All of our products are under the supervision of Cleveland kosher and are produced fresh in Cleveland’s only pareve commercial kitchen.
Currently available are 13 different types of dips including:
Tomato, olive, spinach, charif, creamy tomato onion, baba ganuch, techina, garlic basil, dill, garlic, scallion, jalapeno , and chrainaise.
We also currently have available the following types of kugels:
Authentic yerushalmi, mock yerushalmi, apple, blueberry, spinach, spinach Mushroom.
Also available by special order:
Pareve cholent, tuna salad, egg salad, arbis/ chickpeas, sweet potato salad, peanut butter noodles, soy sesame noodles,
oregano garlic noodles, round roasted potatoes, rice with mushrooms and onions available in both brown and regular,cabbage and noodles, real mashed potatoes and onions, sweet and sour zucchini regular and diet, radish tomato and onion salad.
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