Keyword: Touro Fraternal
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In July, the Touro Fraternal Association announced its intent to pay High Holy Days security costs for all Rhode Island synagogues, Chabad houses, and Hillel organizations. As of this writing, that offer has been accepted by 18 congregations across the state. more
CRANSTON – Jeffrey Stoloff and Larry Berman were installed as lodge presidents of Touro Fraternal Association, and seven members of the Board of Directors took the oath of office during the … more
CRANSTON – Touro Fraternal Association is offering financial support to all Rhode Island synagogues to assist in hiring professional police protection for the High Holy Days. Touro, the area’s largest Jewish men’s fraternal association, has reached out to congregations in the state with an offer to help provide a safe and secure environment during Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur. more
CRANSTON – Alan Lury, who has served as vice chairman of the Touro Fraternal Association’s board of directors for the past five years, was unanimously elected as the new board … more
Arthur Poulten, a true giant in Touro Fraternal Association history, left a lasting legacy as the former chairman of the board of directors for 12 years.  Poulten, who passed away on April 1 … more
CRANSTON – Ten young men and women have been selected to share a total of $30,000 in scholarships and loans from the Touro Fraternal Association. Three of the recipients received $3,000 … more
For 100 years, the Touro Fraternal Association has brought Jewish men together, offering a sense of community and belonging. Founded in 1917 and organized a year later, gatherings were social at … more