George Floyd’s death: A community responds
Sadness, anger, empathy, shock, devastation — words alone are inadequate to express our deep distress at the violence that erupted after the death of George Floyd of Minneapolis, whose pleas for his life were captured in a disturbing video.
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How JFS is meeting the community’s needs
The pandemic continues to challenge Jewish Family Service of Greater Dallas, and like the successful team it is, the agency keeps stepping up to the plate and hitting home runs of support for the community.
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The Beat Goes On
Eli Davidsohn, 76, the Dallas master of ruach, isn’t letting COVID-19 slow him down. In the last 10 weeks he has been performing virtual programs, tutoring students and “visiting” with impact as only he can.
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As Texas enters Phase 2, more openings
Area Jewish organizations have begun the process of reopening as Texas Governor Greg Abbott moves the state toward fewer restrictions. On Monday, May 18, Abbott moved Texas into Phase 2 of the process, allowing the following businesses and organizations to reopen:
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Adam Katz and Layne Shidlofsky say ‘I do’
“Happily ever after” was planned to start differently for the new Mr. and Mrs. Adam and Layne (Shidlofsky) Katz.
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The On Year

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