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Jewish Light Editorial

No Bleed, No Lead

“I sure could use a little good news today”

  • icon Posted: April 22
Professor is latest victim of anti-Israel thought police

Every time I learn about the latest antics of the anti-Israel thought police on university campuses, I find myself offering silent thanks that they are, for the moment, just thought police. Be…

Reb Mimi Feigelson discusses her spiritual journey

Reb Mimi Feigelson, Israeli Orthodox rabbi and scholar of Hasidic thought, who is visiting St. Louis April 23-26 to serve as Traditional Congregation’s 2015 Scholar in Residenceand speak atoth…

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  • Massage and the hydration equation

    Once considered to be a luxury of the rich and famous, massage therapy has taken a quantum leap in the past two decades and is currently belie…

    • icon posted: April 23
  • Flash mob proposals

    I know I’m probably in the minority here, but I’m sick of the over the top dancing flashmob proposals.  As far as I’m concerned, if you’ve see…

    • icon Updated: April 22
  • My life isn't lived on Madison Avenue

    I turned 47 a few weeks ago, which means I am firmly ensconced in that state of life known as “adulthood.” I don’t know how it happened, but h…

    • icon Updated: April 20

Ohr Chadash Teen Page

Student devotes free time to environmental sustainability efforts

Abby Lammers is a senior at Parkway North High School who has been influential in her community by pushing for environmental sustainability. Abby, who earned a perfect score on both the ACT and the SAT standardized tests and will be attending Northwestern University in the fall of 2015, attended Saul Mirowitz Reform Jewish Academy for elementary school and is a member of Shaare Emeth Congregation. She spent her high school years at Parkway North converting her passions and aspirations into fuel and motivation. Although she is a member of many clubs including marching band, Abby’s biggest  commitment at school has been to the environment.

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