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November 19, 2009
The 90-year-old was a Marks and Spencer staff manageress for 10 years before working in the family business until retirement. She began volunteering in 1982, when she joined the JBCS, she has volunteered with All Board for 20 years, and at the former B’nai B’rith Stepney Settlement, which is now under the auspices of Jewish Care, since 1990. She has also helped Yaffa Amit, the director of senior care and activities at St John’s Wood Synagogue, for the past 10 years.
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By Robyn Rosen, October 22, 2009
Strictly Orthodox parents who have been unable to find acceptable school places for their children have joined forces to create a new religious primary school for girls in north London.
Over 40 people attended a meeting last week to discuss plans for the Bnos Beis Yaakov School. Educational phil-anthropist Benjamin Perl will be the patron and honorary president and St John’s Wood Synagogue leader Richard Harounoff will chair the project.
The committee is searching for premises, preferably in Golders Green, Hendon or Finchley, and hope to open next September.
By Simon Rocker, September 24, 2009
A large crowd gathered at St John’s Wood Synagogue for a farewell reception for Syma Weinberg, who retired this summer as executive director of the Chief Rabbi’s office after nearly 13 years.
The former Hasmonean Preparatory School deputy head and education consultant to Jewish Continuity is making aliyah with her husband Henry in December.
“It’s been a privilege to have been working in the community for 40 years,” Mrs Weinberg said.
By Simon Rocker, September 17, 2009
Rabbi Mark Solomon has left the Liberal Jewish Synagogue, St John’s Wood, after nine years to take up a new role as interfaith consultant for Liberal Judaism.
He has also become part-time rabbi of Sukkat Shalom, Edinburgh’s Liberal community, and will take services over the High Holy-Days.
Rabbi Solomon, a trustee of the Interfaith Alliance UK, said that “Jewish-Muslim links are very important these days, but I hope to build links more widely as well”.