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Passover and COVID-19

By Rabbi Shimon Kramer A rabbi was asked what to feed a person quarantined due to COVID-19. “Matzah¨ of course” the rabbi replied. “Well¨ does it help?” “That I can’t tell you¨” said the rabbi. “But it slides easily under the


Important information you should know about coronavirus, what you can do to reduce its impact, and how you can keep yourself and others safe. • Now in effect, New York State on PAUSE: 100% of the workforce must stay home, excluding

In And Around… fun things to do in the neighborhood

  Purim Carnival Congregation Beth Ohr Annex located at 2655 Clubhouse Rd. Merrick on Sunday March 8, 2020 at 10:30am. Games, prizes, snacks, face painting, bouncy rides, photo booth and more. Open to the public. $10 per child. Come dressed in
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The Avocado Lesson…

How to design a kitchen now that will be long- lasting By Randi Satnick    Spring is typically the season when new homeowners and others plan the renovation of their kitchen spaces. So, now would be the time to consider what
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Mental Health Wellness Week

Students at John F. Kennedy High School in the Bellmore-Merrick Central School District recently spent time with trained and certified therapy dogs thanks to the nonprofit organization Therapy Dogs Long Island on Feb. 12. In collaboration with Kennedy’s Wellness Week, a

Faculty Follies Fundraiser For Community Cuboard

The Bellmore-Merrick Central High School District annual faculty variety show, “The Faculty Follies” was an exciting night of entertainment and a fundraising events for the district’s food bank, the Community Cupboard .  The evening featured live performances by teachers representing each