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Funding increases to better serve Cincinnati’s Jewish Holocaust survivors

Elderly Jewish Holocaust survivors in the Cincinnati area, the last of their generation to have endured the horrors of the Nazi genocide, will receive significantly more aid in 2015. A true collaborative effort among the Jewish Federation of Cincinnati, Jewish Family Service of Cincinnati, a…

Dr. Ronna Schneider honored as National Young Leadership Co-Chair

Dr. Ronna Schneider, an active and accomplished Jewish and civic communal leader, has been selected as a 2015-2016 Chair Designate of National Young Leadership (NYL) for Jewish Federations of North America. Schneider will serve as chair designate this coming year and then assume her role as …

Event drives students to donate bone marrow with goal of saving lives

Although third-year nursing student Hanna Walsh is still completing her medical studies, she is already saving lives. Walsh is the first student to go through the process of donating bone marrow through the annual Gift of Life Bone Marrow Drive, a weeklong voluntary event that was establishe…

Paris trip shows vulnerability of U.S.

Recent news articles have reminded us that Cincinnati’s airport has only one international flight; that flight is to Paris. Unfortunately, this winter’s gruesome terrorist attacks there have left some scared to take that flight. A few weeks ago, I was part of a delegation of Cincinnatian…

Paris trip shows vulnerability of U.S.

Recent news articles have reminded us that Cincinnati’s airport has only one international flight; that flight is to Paris. Unfortunately, this winter’s gruesome terrorist attacks there have left some scared to take that flight. A few weeks ago, I was part of a delegation of Cincinnatian…