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A Reminder to Do Good

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Dear Mrs. Pfeiffer,

Thank you for sharing the story “A Letter Without a Stamp” (July 7, 2016). I was very touched and deeply moved (at times to tears) to read about such genuine and loving people, such as Harry and George (and you and your Lutheran supervisor).

I cut the article out of the paper because for me it is an...

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Keep Dunkin Donuts Safe for Our Children

Dear Dunkin-Donuts Candy Man,

You have a cherubic face, an innocent smile and a kippah. You appear to be a Sabba (grandfather). However, I do not know you and the children with me do not know you. Therefore, you are a stranger. Given that we live in this day and age, when we teach our youngsters not to accept candy from strangers, I request that you refrain from offering sweets, no matter how kindly meant, to children whom you do not know.

Let’s keep Dunkin Donuts kid-friendly and kid-safe.

A D-D Customer
(Name withheld upon request)

OU Advocacy Helps Increase Funding to NJ Jewish Day Schools and Yeshivas

The Orthodox Union Advocacy Center...

We Must Address Lead Levels in Teaneck Schools

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As the Teaneck Town Council concurrently was made aware, on March 15, 2016, I inquired by telephone with their Health Department about whether the lead levels in the schools and the township were recently checked. As the buck was passed from person to person to person, I was given the following verbatim responses: “We only do code enforcement,” “Call United Water” and amazingly, “Call the Board of Ed” (as if that is their function!). Everyone that I spoke to subsequently at Teaneck Township, including but not limited to the Town Manager and Health Commissioner, by email or live on the telephone, responded that United Water/Suez regularly checks the town’s water. I also made...

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Michael Cohen Has Earned Our Support

I am writing to express my full support of our councilman, Michael Cohen, for a third term representing our community in Englewood. While it is true that I have known Michael for well over 20 years, that is not the reason I am supporting him, as this is not a popularity contest. I am supporting him because he has lowered our taxes, fought for what was right—because of his steadfast political independence—and had the courage to take on whomever necessary to protect our community. I am voting for Michael because he has done a great job for two terms and has truly earned our support for a third. Why fix something that isn’t broken?


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Thank You Butterflake!

The Gluten-Free Gemach would like to publicly thank Butterflake Bakery and Richard Heisler for the donation of dozens of exquisitely delicious cakes, cupcakes and cookies. Many people benefitted from your great generosity, especially children with celiac who now have special desserts to share with classmates on their birthdays.

Thank you again,

Miriam and Jeffrey Rosenfeld, Gluten Free Gemach



Kudos to RYNJ Honorees

I would like to comment on the upcoming RYNJ Scholarship Reception honoring Rabbi Shmuel and Barbara Goldstein. Personally I owe Rabbi Goldstein much gratitude for hiring me in 1984, when RYNJ was a fledgling school in Bergen County...
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