As Leikin Motor Cos. celebrates 50 years in business, Ron Leikin, president and dealer principle of Leikin Volvo Cars Cleveland and Mercedes-Benz of Willoughby, credits a committed staff to the longevity of the company.
Everett Jewish Life Center in Chautauqua will celebrate its 10th year during the 2018 season with speakers, films, classes and events from June 24 to Aug. 25.
Workmen’s Circle will present the 40th annual Yiddish Concert in the Park at 7 p.m. June 24 at Evans Amphitheater at Cain Park, 14591 Superior Road in Cleveland Heights.
Regina Brett was selected as the top columnist in the country for the second consecutive year as the Cleveland Jewish News earned three awards in the 37th annual Simon Rockower Awards for Excellence in Jewish Journalism, the American Jewish Press Association announced June 19.
Dan Zelman, an active member of the Cleveland Jewish community and long-time American Jewish Committee supporter, will be honored with AJC Cleveland’s 2018 Distinguished Leadership Award during the group’s 2018 Appeal for Human Relations Reception June 26 at Beechmont Country Club in Orange.
The “Everyday Heroes” activity-based programming at the Maltz Museum of Jewish Heritage kicked off June 5. The programming includes an Everyday Heroes Activity Center in the special exhibition space as well as an Everyday Heroes StoryWalk – a self-guided, hands-on tour using a children’s boo…
Temple Emanu El Brotherhood will host its 28th annual sports night June 26 at the synagogue, 4545 Brainard Road in Orange. Andy Baskin, co-host of “Baskin and Phelps” on 92.3 The Fan, will be the featured speaker.
The Jewish Federations of North America’s national young leadership cabinet took its annual study mission April 23-29 in Spain and Morocco – a trip of which the Cleveland area was well represented.
Robert L. “Bob” Sill, a founding member of the Cleveland Chapter of American ORT who went on to serve as national president of American ORT and chairman of the board of World ORT, is remembered for his passion to educate young people around the world and as a mentor to many in the Cleveland …
Northeast Ohio Medical University responded to a $36,000 matching gift challenge by Huntington Bank for its annual giving day June 6 with a record-breaking 206 donations totaling $112,525.
David S. Ariel, who was president of the Cleveland College of Jewish Studies for 25 years, was remembered as a “visionary in Jewish education.” He died June 16 at age 68.
The 2018 Corporate College Smart 50 class, presented by Smart Business Cleveland magazine, will be honored at an awards presentation June 27.
Leatrice Rabinsky of Cleveland Heights, a noted Holocaust scholar who pioneered Holocaust education in schools, is remembered as an influential figure who educated for more than 40 years. She died June 5 at age 91.
Moshe Halbertal, an Israeli philosopher, professor and co-author of the Israeli Army Code of Ethics, told a local audience that he believes the Israel Defense Forces has fought a war on terror without brutalizing its forces, however, there are challenges and missteps regarding Israeli politi…
Rabbi Sue Levi Elwell of Philadelphia visited Suburban Temple-Kol Ami in Beachwood June 1 to help professionals from health providers to social workers on how to better serve their LGBTQ clients by listening and committing to them during the temple’s first Reaching Out program that spanned f…
Three men involved in a 2015 gun battle on a street in Washington, D.C., that resulted in the death of Lyndhurst resident Matthew Shlonsky, a Brush High School graduate, pleaded guilty June 8.