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[CityBeat:] Holocaust & Humanity Center to Move

The Holocaust & Humanity Center, founded by Holocaust survivors and their families, has been a presence in Cincinnati since 2000 with its educational programs and small museum. It currently has space inside Kenwood’s Rockwern Academy, a Jewish community day school. It has steadily…

[WLWT5:] Years after lightning strike, fundraiser of $30K for Ethan Kadish

A tight group of teenagers are celebrating the final night of Hannukah while helping their friend and former classmate, Ethan Kadish. Kadish was 13 years old when he was struck by lightning at a summer camp in Indianapolis in June 2013. He suffered severe brain damage, cannot talk and…

[Cincinnati.com:] FC Cincinnati signs Israeli defender Dekel Keinan

Futbol Club Cincinnati's first offseason signing is complete. FC Cincinnati has signed Maccabi Haifa captain and center-back Dekel Keinan, the Israeli Premier League club announced this morning. Keinan is a 6-foot, 33-year-old defender who plays for the most notable club in Israel.…

[WCPO:] Moishe House seeks new residents to connect Jewish millennials

Last year, Ben Pagliaro moved to Cincinnati to take a job leading music and working with youth at the Issac M. Wise Temple Downtown. After he settled in, he heard that Cincinnati was creating its first Moishe House, but organizers were having trouble recruiting the three young adults…

Gettler Family Foundation's $1 mil. grant help send security experts abroad

Originally published by WCPO Cincinnati A local family's $1 million grant will help retired military personnel and national security experts take their insights to policymakers in Washington. The Gettler Family Foundation awarded the gift to the Jewish Institute for National Security…