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February 2014

Patriot and Paradox

What is the legacy of Ariel Sharon?

Preparing Our Future Leaders

And Calling All Campers!

Go Fly A Kite!

How play is a critical component of learning.

Finding the “Right” Path

Educating Our Children That “Easy” Is Not Always the Best.

Teaching Our Children to Say Goodbye

Losing a pet can be like losing a beloved family member. Find the right way to say "farewell".

Kosher for Purim

A Three Little Pigs Story

Pyrrhic Victory?

It shouldn’t be this hard to beat back BDS.

The Rashi of Pink Milk

“I said so” sometimes has to be good enough.

Medical Chit Chat

The Israeli medical experience feels a little more relaxed.

Ariel Sharon, a Jew with a Jewish Heart

Prime minister had Chabad connection.

Step into My Tent

Mishkan is tangible reminder of God’s presence.

Powerful Women

Women’s Voices luncheon displays many facets of Women’s Philanthropy.

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