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Tuesday, April 29, 2008
$2 Million Grant Awarded to Former Oheb Shalom Synagogue in Newark
Greater Newark Conservancy City Bloom Newsletter
An anonymous, longtime valued supporter and donor recently awarded Greater Newark Conservancy with a $2 million challenge grant to launch the Conservancy’s new $6 million Campaign for the Building. The new Campaign will provide the Conservancy with the necessary funds to complete the renovation of the Main Building, located adjacent to the site of the Conservancy’s Prudential Outdoor Learning Center in downtown Newark. Renovations to this historic building, once home to Oheb Shalom Congregation, Adas Israel and Mishnayes and later MetropolitanBaptist Church, will allow us to increase our year round programming for children and adults in urban communities. The renovated building will include classrooms, a lecture hall, exhibit space and an educational kitchen.


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Tuesday, April 22, 2008
6th North American Chevra Kadisha Conference
The 6th annual North American Chevra Kadisha Conference will be held in Edison, NJ at the Holiday Inn Hotel - Raritan Conference Center - June 1- 3, 2008 - Sunday 1pm to Tuesday 1pm.  Check the ISJM calendar of events or the link below for more information.

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