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Chabad Center Offers Jewish Photo Art Calendars to the Public for Upcoming New Year

Just in time for the upcoming Jewish New Year, Chabad of SE Morris County has published a new Jewish Photo Art Calendar for the  Jewish year of 5773 (2012-13), and is offering complementary calendars to the general public.

The Jewish Art Calendar, which begins in September to correspond to the Jewish year, has been mailed free of charge to several thousand Jewish homes and businesses throughout Morris County.

Every page of the newly designed full-color calendars feature photographic artwork from renowned Jewish artists, as well as information regarding the holidays within each month. It also features the weekly Friday candle lighting times, the time when Jewish women and girls light candles in honor of the Sabbath.

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“The Jewish calendar year goes by the lunar cycle, and as a result, the Jewish holidays fall out on different dates every year. These calendars will make it much simpler for people to find out when the holidays will be this year. We wouldn’t want someone to miss a holiday!” said Rabbi Shalom Lubin, Director of the Chabad Jewish Center.

The calendars have been distributed to local nursing homes and assisted living facilities, and will be distributed to Jewish students on the local college campuses.

To receive a complementary calendar, or to receive more information about Chabad’s upcoming programs and events, please call 973-377-0707,or email info@chabadcares.com

 Chabad of SE Morris County is a Jewish outreach and educational organization located at 42 Park Ave. in Madison. It serves the communities of Madison, Florham Park, The Chatham’s and East Hanover, New Jersey.  Chabad seeks to strengthen and promote Jewish unity, awareness, and pride; by providing educational, religious, and social services to Jewish families and individuals from all backgrounds and affiliations.

To order your Jewish Art Calendar, or for more information about Chabad of SE Morris County, please call (973) 377-0707,or email info@chabadcares.com

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Chatham

A Week at the Library of The Chathams Monday, February 19 – Sunday, February 25, 2018

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By Galina Natenzon

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#NoMore

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To the Editor,

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Adults Who Interact With Teens Offered Free Youth Mental Health First Aid Training

February 23, 2018

With teenage suicide rates on an upswing, a barrage of tragedies in the news, and the heightened pressures of adolescence in a media-frenzied world, it’s more important than ever for caring adults to know how to intervene effectively.

Morris County again this year is funding Youth Mental Health First Aid training through NewBridge Services for adults who regularly interact with children ...