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October 30, 2008
Angela Duce has been appointed to a new senior post at Norwood, heading up its services to adults with learning disabilities. Drawing on more than 20 years' experience in the field, she comes to Norwood from Shaw Healthcare, a Cardiff-based health and social care organisation. She was previously head of operations at MacIntyre, a large learning disabilities charity, and has also worked for Milbury - now known as Voyage - one of the largest learning disability providers in the UK.
October 3, 2008
The United Synagogue administrators' group organised a surprise lunch at their quarterly meeting at Stanmore Synagogue to honour Mary Chambers, who is celebrating 30 years in the post at Bushey.
She was presented with a bouquet on behalf of her fellow administrators by Clayhall Synagogue's Michelle Mervish before the arrival of a Bushey delegation, including minister Rabbi Meir Salasnik, for the lunch.
August 1, 2008
More than 100 people helped to celebrate the 30th anniversary of Stanmore Jacs, the inaugural branch of the Jewish Association of Cultural Societies, which caters to the over-55s. Those at the tea party included the association's founder and recently retired chairman Annette Pearlman, who congratulated the group on its enduring popularity.
July 22, 2008
Over £12,000 was raised from a summer fete in the grounds of Jewish Care's Princess Alexandra home. The event attracted a 1,000 crowd for entertainment ranging from a bouncy castle and face painting to model car racing and a "beat the goalie" challenge. Organisation was a team effort involving a Jewish Care committee, League of Jewish Women and Wizo members and the home's staff and volunteers.
By Craig Silver, June 13, 2008
Twelve friends from Stanmore and Finchley have hit the heights for Camp Simcha — which helps Jewish children with life-threatening illnesses and their families — by scaling Ben Nevis to raise £14,000.
June 6, 2008
More than 200 Stanmore and Canons Park Synagogue members attended a memorial service for chazan Chaim Graniewitz, who died in January, aged 77. United Synagogue leaders joined the congregation and a letter was read out from Chief Rabbi Sir Jonathan Sacks, recalling Rev Graniewitz’s “passion and pride in Judaism and the Jewish people. He had the ability to empathise and to bring a smile to faces in difficult times.” Tributes were also paid by Stanmore senior minister Rabbi Mendel Lew and Rev Graniewitz’s sons David and Steven.
June 6, 2008
Natalie Berman had a belated batmitzvah ceremony at Mount Scopus, overlooking Jerusalem, after taking part in the FZY year scheme. The 19-year-old from Stanmore said it was “a wonderful experience. It meant a lot to me that my mum flew out for it. I can’t read Hebrew very well so it was a real achievement that I did not make any mistakes.”