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Jericho Supports Israeli Soldiers

IsraelAThe Schechter School of Long Island in Jericho received more than $6,000 worth of online donations from the efforts of members of the Schechter community who were in Israel this summer, led by Schechter parents and Chesed Committee member, Vivi Nassim, to support the school’s efforts on the ground in Israel.

“Our donations have benefited by soldiers and civilian children being directly impacted by this horrible war,” said Dr. Cindy Dolgin, head of school. [Read more...]

Shabbat Under The Stars In Jericho

sShabbat Under the Stars — a traditional Friday evening service accompanied by singing, music, and a barbecue — will be held in the parking lot of Temple or Elohim on Tobie Lane in Jericho Friday, September 5 from 6 to 10 p.m. 

This is the seventh year that the annual event, free and open to the entire community, is taking place.

“We hope this joyous event will help introduce our Temple and its offerings to as wide a segment of the Jericho community as possible,” Katz said.

Pictures From Temple Or Elohim’s Last Shabbat Under The Stars [Read more...]

What Are You Reading Next?

booksDuring the summer months we have more time to catch up on our leisure reading. Wondering what to read next? The Jericho Public Library offers an email newsletter service called NextReads.

As a Jericho cardholder, you can subscribe to any of the 22 different newsletters and get reading lists delivered right to your inbox. [Read more...]

Home Staging In Syosset Jericho

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The backyard of this North Shore home was staged by Staging Magic to have a more inviting, spacious appeal.

“Home staging,” the rearranging of furniture and decorating of home interiors and even exteriors to make them more presentable and appealing to the greatest number of prospective buyers, is taking on a new popularity.

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The Great Kate In Jericho

CalendarA_081514Join Marc Courtade on Friday, Aug. 15 for a look at the life and films of the great Katherine Hepburn.

Hepburn was a leading lady in Hollywood for more than 60 years. In the 1930s she went from new star to box office poison with several unpopular films, then turned to Broadway for a triumphant run in The Philadelphia Story. [Read more...]

Power Outages In Jericho

trafficAfter heavy rains pounded the area Tuesday night, traffic lights along Jericho Turnpike from Jericho to the Westbury border  remained without power Wednesday morning. Police are directing traffic at multiple intersections.

$400K Raised In Jericho For Kids

400On a beautiful June evening, The Long Island Council of Save the Children held a 30th Birthday Bash and fundraiser celebrating its founding by Susan Lassen and the late ML Gaston Held at Jericho’s Meadowbrook Club, the event raised more than $400,000 for the organization, widely regarded as the world’s top independent charity for children in need. Pictured here, Save the Children Long Island Council President Mary Jo Balkind (right), with Alexandra Galston Murray (Daughter of Founder ML Galston) and her husband, Mathew Murray. (Photo credit: Abby Sheeline)

Jericho Residents At Art Opening

jerStill Life: 1970s Photorealism, which runs at the Nassau County Museum of Art in Roslyn through November 9, got off to a festive start last week with an opening reception. Showcasing works from the Yale University Art Gallery, the exhibit takes viewers back to the turbulent 1970s, with pieces by Audrey Flack, Ralph Goings, Duane Hanson, Malcolm Morley, Ben Schonzeit and Idelle Weber.

Pictured: Lisa Genna and Eric Knudsen of Jericho with Thomas Blackwell’s “Triple Carburetor GTO Candy Apple Blue” 1971

JJC Israel Bonds Event Honors Cantor

cantorCantor Barry Black and his wife Dorit will be the honorees at the Jericho Jewish Center (JJC) Annual State of Israel Bonds breakfast on August 10 at 10:15 a.m.

Black has been JJC’s cantor for eight years. The cantor previously served synagogues in Florida and New York and also performed in classical and musical theater including film. Both he and Dorit are practicing attorneys. [Read more...]

CPA Firms Merge In Jericho

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Joseph Boyce (left) & Mario Conde (right)

Two prominent Long Island CPA’s with more than 50 years of combined experience joined together on June 2. The newly formed firm of CondeBoyce, LLP combines the small business startup expertise of Mario Conde, CPA, formerly partner in the accounting firm of Ambrico Conde CPA, LLC, with Joseph Boyce, CPA, whose consulting practice specialized in outsourced CFO services for hedge funds.     CondeBoyce, LLP is slated to become one of the leading full-service accounting firms in the New York metropolitan area.  The company offices are located in Jericho, Long Island and New York City. [Read more...]