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PROVIDENCE – As a community newspaper with a small staff, The Jewish Voice relies on contributions from the local Jewish community. more
PROVIDENCE – The Jewish Voice welcomes its new advertising sales representative, Ellen Goodlin, who succeeds Tricia Stearly. more
NEW YORK – Rabbi Elan Babchuck, of Temple Emanu-El, the Conservative synagogue in Providence, and Rabbi Peter Stein, of Temple Sinai, the Reform synagogue in Cranston, are two of 21 successful applicants to a rabbinic fellowship program. more
CHESHIRE, Mass. – Evie Bastow, the aunt of Ruth Perlow, will become a bat mitzvah later this month – at age 80! more
CRANSTON – Touro Fraternal Association, the largest independent Jewish fraternal order in New England, announces the retirement of Robert D. Miller as chairman of the board and Jed R. Brandes as his successor. more
SEEKONK, Mass. – A local group’s third annual golf outing – to raise funds for armed services personnel – netted more than $25,000, according to an event chair, Sharon Teich.  more
PROVIDENCE – At Temple Beth-El’s 4th Annual Golf Tournament on July 15, 90 golfers enjoyed a day on the links at Ledgemont Country Club in Seekonk, Mass. Golfers and many synagogue members participated in an evening of cocktails and hors … more
BRISTOL – It was November 1942. Nazi Germany had invaded Norway and the deportation of the Norwegian Jews had begun. more
PROVIDENCE – Home & Hospice Care of Rhode Island sponsors Camp BraveHeart, a free, two-day summer camp for kids and teens, ages 4 to 17, who have lost a loved one.  The camp runs Aug. 22 and Aug. 23 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at YMCA Camp Fuller in … more
PLYMOUTH, Mass. – In 1909, when 40 Jewish families formed the Beis Jacob Society, they began making plans to build a synagogue. By 1911, the society had voted to spend up to $4,000 to build that synagogue and, after securing a long-term mortgage, … more
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