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OU Leaders to Gather Sunday, April 2 for 108th Anniversary National Dinner

February 10, 2006, by

With a distinguished list of honorees and a new “interactive” presentation as the program, the Orthodox Union will celebrate its 108th Anniversary National Dinner on Sunday, April 2 at 5:00 P.M. at the Grand Hyatt New York. Once again this year, in a format that originated at the 2005 dinner, all aspects of OU activities […]

So, How Do I Tell the Shul Blabbermouth to Be Quiet?

February 10, 2006, by

Howard Horowitz arose at 4:00 a.m. Sunday in his Boca Raton, FL home; caught the 6:00 a.m. flight from Fort Lauderdale Airport to New York; participated in the Orthodox Union’s first-ever One Day Conference and Seminar for Gabbaim (referring to the synagogue congregant or lay officer who plays a major coordinating role in the running […]

Joshua London, Author of Victory in Tripoli, Joins Orthodox Union’s Institute for Public Affairs

February 8, 2006, by

Joshua E. London has recently joined the Orthodox Union’s Institute for Public Affairs (IPA) as Deputy Director, with the responsibility to help develop and coordinate public policy research and initiatives on behalf of the Jewish community. Mr. London comes to the IPA from the Jewish Policy Center, a politically conservative Washington, DC-based non-profit think-tank and […]

Text of OU Letter to Acting Prime Minister Olmert on Amona Situation

February 8, 2006, by

Dear Acting Prime Minister Olmert: We write to you on behalf of the Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregations of America, the United States’ largest Orthodox Jewish umbrella organization representing nearly one thousand synagogues in North America as well as an Israel Center in Jerusalem that services the thousands of American olim, that now call Israel […]

OU Kosher is Coming to a Synagogue Near You to Address Kosher Needs

February 8, 2006, by

The Orthodox Union’s worldwide Kosher Division is coming to a synagogue near you with Kosher in the Workplace. This new program, launched this month, in which OU experts will be visiting OU synagogues throughout North America, has been developed to answer questions frequently asked by kosher observant Jews working in a secular environment. This program […]

West Orange Synagogue to Feature Launching of OU’s New National Initiative

February 8, 2006, by

The Orthodox Union will launch a new national initiative, Kosher in the Workplace, at Congregation Ahawas Achim B’nai Jacob and David (AABJ&D) of West Orange on Sunday, February 26 from 7:00-9:30 p.m. The program will feature Rabbi Menachem Genack, Chief Executive Officer of OU Kosher, who will discuss Issues Out of the Office, such as […]

Far Rockaway Synagogue to Feature Launching of OU’s New National Initiative

February 7, 2006, by

The Orthodox Union will launch a new national initiative, Kosher in the Workplace, at Kneseth Israel Congregation (The White Shul) of Far Rockaway on Tuesday, February 28 from 8:00-10:00 p.m. The program will feature Rabbi Dov Schreier, Kosher Rabbinic Coordinator, who will discuss Issues Out of the Office, such as attending an office party or […]

Time to Saddle Up for this Year’s Yachad Event: A Night at the Races

February 1, 2006, by

Yachad is off to a running start with its pre-Purim benefit, A Night at the Races, which will feature a raffle drawing with a grand prize of $10,000. With more than 500 guests expected to attend, Yachad’s annual gala event will be held on Saturday, February 25 at 9:00 P.M. at the Park Avenue Country […]

Attention Teens: For Your Free IPod, Register by March 1 to Attend NCSY Summer Programs

January 31, 2006, by

The Orthodox Union’s National Conference of Synagogue Youth (NCSY) is offering a FREE iPOD to all teenagers who register by March 1 to attend NCSY’s upcoming summer programs. To receive this free iPod, registrants must attend a summer program, and use the coupon code ‘mp613’ with online registration at www.summerprograms.org. “The iPOD is the kiruv […]