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Making Parnassah Affordable

Sara Schenirer’s Initiative to Make Higher Education Accessible Shira Perlstein Chani Reiss* grew up in Lakewood and dreamed of becoming an ABA therapist. Dassi, her older sister, was an accountant, but Chani was looking for an opportunity to work with children on the spectrum and support a husband in kollel for as long as possible. …

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Tuition Relief

Granted Activists’ Attempts to Gain Government Funding for Schools Tuition costs have been an unbearable burden on private-school households everywhere. Is there an end in sight? Dina Steinberg It’s a problem that has affected our community for years, eating away at many a family’s financial security and menuchas hanefesh. While we appreciate the privilege inherent …

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Dr. Pearl Herzog

A Heart for History, an Eye for Eternity Penina Nussbaum The experiences, relationships, and accomplishments of Pearl Herzog and her family offer a unique appreciation of and glimpse into the journeys of Am Yisrael in the 20th century. Her name may be familiar from various publications or from around Lakewood, where she has lived for …

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RSV Outbreak

With the COVID-19 crisis dissolving into endless disputes over vaccines and masks, another viral specter may be rising. A common respiratory illness is behaving strangely, infecting much higher-risk patients than usual, and spreading rapidly during a season in which it is usually dormant. Experts think the virus’s odd showing may be connected to COVID-19. Respiratory …

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A Tzaddik in Our Time

Ben PidahtzurFew pleasures in life can compare to exploring the streets of Yerushalayim. From the bustling shuk to thenarrow alleyways, there is always something new to find. The Yidden living there are full of treasures aswell, from the “simple” ones that host bachurim by the dozens to the hidden tzaddik that might be sittingon your …

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From Joy To Sorrow

Y. Strauss Nehepach l’eivel micholeinu. Mindboggling. Heart wrenching. Unthinkable. The magnitude of the tragedy that engulfed the entire Klal Yisrael on Lag BaOmer evening is indescribable. What began as a frightening rumor soon became a catastrophic reality as we, thousands of miles away, were swept up in the severity of the calamity taking place. In …

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A Tag Generation

Link after Link “Mommy! Look at me!” Sara glanced up, then down again. “Mom-my! You didn’t look!” Sara nodded absently as her fingers tapped, tapped, tapped. Suddenly, a shadow fell over her phone. She looked up. “Mommy! I went across the monkey bars all by myself and you missed it!” Sara looked at her son. …

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B2B with Adam Lieberman

Expert Business Insight and Advice  The Voice introduces a four-part “Grow Your Business” series with business coach and consultant Mr. Adam Lieberman.  Week 1 of 4 Growth Guidelines Adam Leiberman with Dina Steinberg Kate was a hardworking 34-year-old mother of two when she decided to leave her dead-end job in sales in search of her …

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Are You Getting the Vaccine?

Now that COVID-19 vaccines are set to become available to all adult residents in New Jersey, the Big Question has transitioned from the theoretical to the very practical. Are you getting the vaccine? Governor Phil Murphy announced last week that all New Jersey residents 16 or older will be eligible for COVID-19 vaccination beginning this …

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The Soveya Approach

Interview with Rabbi Eli Glaser, CNWC, CWMS, Founder and Director of the Soveya SolutionA. Levy There are numerous diet programs on the market as well as many local nutritionists here inLakewood. What makes your program unique?First, I want to acknowledge that there are many fine clinicians in the Jewish community, some of whomI’ve helped begin …

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