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Federation opens Ukraine Emergency Fund

By Reporter staff

The Jewish Federation of Greater Binghamton has opened a Ukraine Emergency Fund with monies going to the Jewish Federations of North America to help meet immediate needs in Ukraine and surrounding countries. The fund will be open through Friday, April 15. There are two way…

Ithaca College to hold Judeo-Islamic concert and lecture on April 10

The Ithaca College Jewish Studies Program and the School of Music will present “Mediterranean Encounters: Judeo-Islamic Soundscapes,” a concert and pre-concert talk by Dr. Samuel Tjorman Thomas. The event will take place on Sunday, April 10, in the Hockett Family Recital Hall in the Whal…

Chabad to offer JLI class on personal ethics beginning May 16

Rivkah Slonim will offer the class “Beyond Right: The Values that Shape Judaism’s Civil Code,” a new six-session course by the Rohr Jewish Learning Institute, which will focus on personal ethics in the light of Jewish civil law. The class will be held on six Mondays beginning May 16, a…

Chabad: in-person community seder, “Seder in a Box” and offer shmura matzah

In-person community seder

Chabad Center will hold a Passover seder open to the general community on the first night of the holiday, Friday, April 15. Festivities will begin with services at 7:30 pm followed by the seder. The services and the seder will be held at the Chabad Center, 420 Murr…

Federation and PJ Library help families celebrate Passover

By Reporter staff

Shelley Hubal, executive director of the Jewish Federation of Greater Binghamton, sees value in the PJ Library program. “Reading age-appropriate Jewish books is a great way for parents to get their children interested in their Jewish roots,” she said. “Through the PJ…